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50W Temp ControlledSolder Station with Static Dissipative Tip: £12.98 Delivered @ maplin

£12.98 @ Maplin
This seems alike an absolute bargain! Shame the free delivery offer is now out, but still, £12.98 for a temp controlled soldier station WITH a static dissipative tip, you cant go wrong! Enjoy :) … Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
This seems alike an absolute bargain! Shame the free delivery offer is now out, but still, £12.98 for a temp controlled soldier station WITH a static dissipative tip, you cant go wrong!

Enjoy :)


Product Features

* Ideal for general electronics and electrical repairs
* 50W temperature-controlled soldering station with adjustable range
* High quality compact design includes safety guard iron holder
* Anti-static ground output
* LED power indicator
* Pack of 3 assorted tips available separately (Order Code: N79AR)
* Supplied with a sponge, stand and one spike point tip

The 50W Solder Station is low-cost and ideal for individuals working on budget equipment, as well as for general electronic and electrical repairs. The tip temperature can be controlled, from 350 F (180 C) to 900 F (480 C) without the need to change the tip or heating element. Additionally, a pack of three assorted tips for this solder station can be purchased separately (Order Code: N79AR).
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#1
just ordered this http://www.ebuyer.com/product/168929 from ebuyer to replace a few capacitors in an aging dvd player. should i cancel my order and get the maplin one instead? you might have guessed i'm not an expert on soldering irons.
#2
Good deal. I have to think what other odds and sodds I want from Maplin now.
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Zurich, yes i would definitely cancel that order! That is extortionate for an 18 Watt iron. If you just want a cheap iron for occasional use, you can get a decent 30 Watt iron from eBay for a fiver.

Having said that, i think its worth spending the extra few pounds for a temp controlled one like this, with a decent stand and even a sponge :)
#4
Serj
Zurich, yes i would definitely cancel that order! That is extortionate for an 18 Watt iron. If you just want a cheap iron for occasional use, you can get a decent 30 Watt iron from eBay for a fiver.

Having said that, i think its worth spending the extra few pounds for a temp controlled one like this, with a decent stand and even a sponge :)


thanks for the reply. :thumbsup:
#5
spike point tip ???

Has anyone ever used a spike tip point (those who know what they are doing) ??

I worked for a very very large electronics manufacturer and have never seen anyone use a spike tiphttp://di1.shopping.com/images1/pi/72/e7/d4/70564502-149x149-0-0_METCAL+Metcal+Soldering+Tip+Bevel+700+Deg+F+For+MX.jpg

They used the above type
#6
Yeah, its definatley more common to use an Anvil tip, but i figured i would wait and see when it arrives, becuase tips are easily bought from elsewhere very cheaply :)
#7
The link takes you to batteries. Here it is:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=35016
#8
Gonna try pick one up in store

Cheers :)

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