Soldering Starter Kit

$116.95 USD
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Product Features

  • All the tools you need to get started in one kit
  • 100 Watt soldering iron heats up quickly and maintains temperature
  • Versatile iron is suitable for lead came and copper foil construction
  • Quality stand, tinning block and solder wick make the job easy


Product Description

Get great results every time you solder with the handy tools in this kit. The Studio Line soldering iron is a smart choice for production, studio, and classroom use. This 100 watt, lightweight design iron features a built-in temperature control, 1/4" 750 degree tip, a stay cool comfort grip insulated handle and quick change nut for easy tip changes. The flux included is is designed for use on copper foil. It contains no zinc chloride, ammonium chloride or hydrochloric acids and leaves no corrosive residue. Non-irritating to the skin and specifically designed to be easier to use and safer than other flux. With a tinning block to keep the iron tip clean, solder wick for removing excess solder for perfect solder lines, and an iron stand for safety, this is the most complete kit for soldering available.

Copper foil and lead panels by artist Steena Gaut.

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Product Details

  • Diamond Tech Studio 100 Iron with built in temperature control
  • 1/4" 750 degree chisel tip
  • Soldering iron stand
  • EX Flux Pen
  • Tinning Block
  • Solder Wick

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Pros : I bought this kit when I starting soldering. It was just what I needed to get started learning how to solder. It has everything you need to learn with on small projects. And it can always be used later on for quick projects too! I ended up buying a bigger and better unit but I never regretted buying this kit and making sure that this was a hobby that I was going to stick with. I us this solder for all kinds of jobs too. And my son has borrowed it for some of his auto speaker needs also. It was a good investment.
Cons : Not many cons to it that I found except as I got better at soldering I found I wanted a stronger solderer but for starting out this one was perfect.
Other Thoughts : Make sure you have the right kind of solder when you are soldering. Like silver for silver and gold for gold. The sold that comes with it does not solder everything. And follow the instructions completely for the best results.
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