expired 110-265V 967 Power Electric Soldering Station US $27.49 (~AU $39.56) Delivered @ Banggood

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Features: LED Display of temperature Soldering Station

  • Excellent inverter frequency change design, can help to effectively avoid the damage of the heating element, extend the heating element life more than 50%.
  • The Station Output power can reach 75W, higher than most station on the market.
  • Slender iron handles are insulated and ergonomic-designed for ease and comfort.
  • Temperature adjusted by simply turning the dial
  • Wide selection of tips available for soldering SMD and through-hole connections.

Specifications:

  • Color: Black
  • Size: Approx. 14 x 11.5 x 8cm/5.51 x 4.53 x 3.15''
  • Input Voltage: AC100—265V (110V/ 220V Universal)
  • Output Voltage: 26V
  • Temperature Range: 392-896°F (200-480°C)
  • Max Output Power: 75W
  • Solder Tip: B Tip

Package includes:

  • 1 x Main Unit Electric Soldering Station
  • 1 x Soldering Iron Handle
  • 1 x Soldering Iron Holder
  • 1 x Power Cable
  • 1 x Power Adapter
  • 1 x User Manual

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Comments

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    Can anyone chip in beyond specs? Anybody used one of these?

    • +3 votes

      I've never used this, but personally I'm sold on the newer-style irons (like the TS100) where the heater and temperature sensor is embedded in the tip. They heat up way faster and thermal regulation is much tighter as the temperature sensor is in the tip itself as opposed to at the heating element which is only loosely coupled to the tip.

      Of course, the TS100 is about twice the price (assuming you already have an old laptop PSU somewhere). There's definitely still a market for these older-style irons, but if you intend to use it a lot, it'd be worth considering something more modern.

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        Yeah it’s really a q of hobbyist vs pro tool. For a hobbyist this is well inside the exey-but-worth-it-for-a-nice-tool range.

        I used to have a v basic Weller soldering station that was plenty good enough for me to both get tidy work done and enjoy using. Gave it away to someone who was going to use it a lot more often than I ever did but am always on the lookout for a reasonable replacement.

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        I have a TS100 as well what a nice solder iron. I have yet to make it work with a cordless battery like a Ryobi One+

        The only bad thing is so hard to rest it on a surface after plugging into a laptop power connector. The whole thing just unbalance itself cant be rest on the surface properly because of its lightweight

        • +1 vote

          To fix that you could get a flexible cable like this. I haven't tried that one myself, but it looks like it should do the job. I'd probably add some heatshrink at the plug end as a strain relief.