SolderPro 70 Gas Soldering Iron Kit £29.99 @ maplin - HotUKDeals
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Maplins have some good bargains on at the moment. This has been reduced from £49.99.

Was looking for for a soldering gun and found the 70W version for £35. At the bottom of the page was this kit posted for cheaper! You get the same gun plus the solder, ignitor flint and a variety of different heads.
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http://uk.farnell.com/iroda/pro-50k/soldering-iron-kit-gas-30-70w/dp/1296822 looks better and cheaper, they work quite well :)

Edited By: leemole101 on Dec 28, 2010 13:56: g
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The above link doesn't work. Click here: direct link
#3
leemole101
Well it isn't better as it isn't as powerful as the one I posted.This is the same soldering kit on the website you posted which is £2.25 more expensive after VAT being applied!

http://uk.farnell.com/iroda/pro-70k/soldering-iron-kit-gas-25-80w/dp/1296807
#4
not a hot deal at all, buy it if u want but i was actually trying to help you out (_;) welcome to hukd

Edited By: leemole101 on Dec 28, 2010 15:10: b
#5
-10 doesn't say anything at all - it's quite a specialist item, most people on HUKD would have no need of a soldering iron at all, let alone a gas powered model.

The item you posted was cheaper, yes, but certainly not better.
#6
Nice! My Antex GasCat was about £70 (8 years ago). Very handy to have in your toolbox, works very well and lasts a lifetime - if you treat it well.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Dec 28, 2010 15:15
#7
I have one of these and it is quite a good solid product and does the job very well. I bought mine from Maplins a couple of years ago at £19.99.
#8
I have old leaded light windows. Does anyone know if you can use this torch (or similar) to repair criss-cross lead strip. A few small panes of glass need replacing and the lead strips are soldered on each crossover?

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