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JCD 8898 2 in 1 750W Soldering Station Hot Air Gun Heater US$30.99 (~A$40.89) Delivered @ Banggood AU


This Soldering station looks decent with an iron and air gun for use on electronic components including surface mount.

CD 8898 2 in 1 750W Soldering Station Hot Air Gun Heater LCD Digital Display Soldering Iron Welding Rework Station for Cell-phone BGA SMD PCB IC Repair - 220V discounted to only around $AUD 40 delivered from an Aus warehouse.

Be sure to select the 220V option for Aus. It appears the power cable may be replaceable with a common IEC power cable. Otherwise you'll need a power adaptor for EU plugs.


  • Hot air heater and welding iron 2in1 rework soldering station.
  • Dual LCD digital displays to show precision temperature.
  • Extremely low noise and space saving design.
  • Intelligence self-detection function features safe personal operation.
  • Automatic cooling function for effectively prolonging the heater's life and protecting the hot air heater.

Hot Air Heater
Working Voltage: AC220-240V OR AC100-130V
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Output Power: 750W
Temperature Range: 100°C~480°C
Temperature Stability:±2℃
Air Flow: 150L/min (max)

Soldering Iron
Working Voltage: AC220-240V OR AC100-130V
Output Power: 80W
Frequency: 50Hz/60Hz
Temperature Range: 180°C-500°C
Temperature Stability: ±1°C
Soldering Iron : ESD design
Heater Material : Ceramics

These tips appear to be suitable for spares and other head shapes

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    Got almost 100 votes last time it came up

    I ordered one but shamefully haven't actually got around to trying it out


      with zero feedback from anyone unfortunately


    The Quick 861DW is basically the microsoldering standard (had one for around 5 years now) but they are almost 5-8x more expensive than this

    Don't know how good a $40 hot air station with free postage would be

  • -3 votes

    banggood items sucks in quality.


      depends what you're buying. Bought plenty of poor quality products from Gerry Harvey


    not suitable for medium sized bga work like ram chips. would need one that's around at least $200, usually states "lead free" in the listing.

    cpu northbridge graphics chip would all need a bga workstation.


      Where i worked we used an Infra-red station for BGA, i preferred hot air for SMD though..

  • +1 vote

    would jump on this if it had desoldering attachment too.


    Thanks! Stacked with a random 10% off coupon that automatically applied, and removed shipping insurance. Came out to 26.39 USD or 34.15 AUD.


      Do you know what the other coupon was?


        No unfortunately. Seemed really generic and it doesn't even show up in my used coupons page…

        • +1 vote

          No problem, thanks for checking.

          • +1 vote

            @matthmbg: Would be referral code 10% from refer a friend. Most likely


      that's weird that they allow stacking..

      I got a voucher code that pops up also
      but if I choose that then this code won't work and actually ends up more expensive


    I picked one of these up last time.
    Compared to the KSGER T12 soldering iron this one is kinda rubbish. But I bought it for the hot air rework gun which is fine enough.
    The soldering iron is fine for some pretty generic joining wires or through hole stuff.
    If you were planning on using it for surface mount stuff its not great IMO.


      Why is KSGER T12 better and how much it cost?

      IF we only do some soldering/hot air gun stuff would these be good enough?
      It seems cheap enough for what you get with it…

      does surface mount not use the hot air gun so why it is not great?

      also any stations that has
      -soldering iron
      -desoldering attachment or tool
      -hot air gun

      I think all three of these together would be ideal.

      is this one better quality than this deal?