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Gas Powered Mini Soldering Torch Kit @ Aldi £12.99 In-store or £2.95 p&p if order under £20.
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Gas Powered Mini Soldering Torch Kit @ Aldi £12.99 In-store or £2.95 p&p if order under £20.

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Posted 28th Jul 2019

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Available to preorder online from 28th July or can buy in-store from 1st August.

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Make sure you have the ideal equipment for when it comes to those home soldering projects. This Gas Powered Mini Soldering Torch Kit is the perfect addition to your workshop, allowing you to perform high precision tasks with minimal effort. Alongside its piezoelectric ignition and adjustable, wind-resistant flame, this handy item includes all the accessories you need to get started.

Contents

1 x Standard tip

1 x Needle tip

1 x Chisel soldering tip

1 x Anvil soldering tip

1 x Deflector

1 x Cleaning sponge

1 x Solder wire

1 x Protective cover

Features

Lightweight and refillable cordless kit for high precision electronic soldering

Piezoelectric ignition

Adjustable, wind-resistant flame

Up to approx. 30 minutes’ (approx.) working time with butane gas (not supplied)

Child safety lock

High quality aluminium housing

Max. torch temperature: up to 1.300°C (approx.)

Max. soldering temperature: up to 450°C (approx.)

Max. heat blow temperature: up to 600°C (approx.)

Gas-tank volume: 4 - 4.2ml (approx.)

Guarantee/Warranty

3 Years


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Was looking at a kit by Draper for twice this price. I need it for pyrography. Anyone with any knowledge of this, is this up to that. Certainly seems so. Cheers Si
essexsi28/07/2019 11:27

Was looking at a kit by Draper for twice this price. I need it for …Was looking at a kit by Draper for twice this price. I need it for pyrography. Anyone with any knowledge of this, is this up to that. Certainly seems so. Cheers Si


You can use it for Pyrography but you'll be limited in terms of tips to use for it. There is the Dremel Versatip that you can use too. Dremel also sells a set of 4 Pyrography tips separately to use with it. You've just missed out on Amazon's deal on the Dremel Pyrography tips. They were reduced over this weekend to £11.66. Price gone back up today. I didn't post a deal as I didn't think anyone on here would be interested.
Edited by: "Loubou" 28th Jul 2019
Thanks for that. I do think the Draper offers more options if I don't burn the house down!
essexsi28/07/2019 11:50

Thanks for that. I do think the Draper offers more options if I don't burn …Thanks for that. I do think the Draper offers more options if I don't burn the house down!


Check out this quick video. It's for the Dremel Versatip using their 4 Pyrography tips.
Loubou28/07/2019 11:59

Check out this quick video. It's for the Dremel Versatip using their 4 …Check out this quick video. It's for the Dremel Versatip using their 4 Pyrography tips. [Video]


Awesome thanks .
essexsi28/07/2019 11:27

Was looking at a kit by Draper for twice this price. I need it for …Was looking at a kit by Draper for twice this price. I need it for pyrography. Anyone with any knowledge of this, is this up to that. Certainly seems so. Cheers Si


Far better to go for mains powered kit, constant power and heat. Bigger range of tips as well.
northwales28/07/2019 12:34

Far better to go for mains powered kit, constant power and heat. Bigger …Far better to go for mains powered kit, constant power and heat. Bigger range of tips as well.


Many people choose gas because it's not tethered, and sometimes gas powered ones will be able to dump more heat, which is good if you need to solder onto large objects. Its ideal for lots of automotive applications.

Battery-powered wireless soldering irons are also useful if you're doing small stuff and hate the cable.
Should cover me for soldering my guitar electronics. Thanks OP.
Blurigard28/07/2019 12:55

Many people choose gas because it's not tethered, and sometimes gas …Many people choose gas because it's not tethered, and sometimes gas powered ones will be able to dump more heat, which is good if you need to solder onto large objects. Its ideal for lots of automotive applications.Battery-powered wireless soldering irons are also useful if you're doing small stuff and hate the cable.


Try reading the post I am talking about. They want it for pyrography.
essexsi28/07/2019 11:27

Was looking at a kit by Draper for twice this price. I need it for …Was looking at a kit by Draper for twice this price. I need it for pyrography. Anyone with any knowledge of this, is this up to that. Certainly seems so. Cheers Si

Is that adult material for pirates?
dribspak28/07/2019 13:37

Is that adult material for pirates?


Lol. Pyrography is wood-burning for arts and crafts. Wood as in wood from trees, used to make doors etc. Not wood of the adult variety.
Loubou28/07/2019 14:05

Lol. Pyrography is wood-burning for arts and crafts. Wood as …Lol. Pyrography is wood-burning for arts and crafts. Wood as in wood from trees, used to make doors etc. Not wood of the adult variety.


I got wood 🤭
had a gas soldering iron over 30yrs, great for the quick car jobs... just be careful where you put it down!
Any one got suggest of a mains powered one? Been looking for ages, but so many chinese clones not really sure what to go for in the £50ish area for rc cars.
Grey101Ace28/07/2019 17:34

Any one got suggest of a mains powered one? Been looking for ages, but so …Any one got suggest of a mains powered one? Been looking for ages, but so many chinese clones not really sure what to go for in the £50ish area for rc cars.



Antex... worth the money, had a few over the years, used fine tip small watts for electronic, last one I bought was a 30w std one... bit of a poker really
Edited by: "stealth666" 28th Jul 2019
just seen and bought this... antex gascat 40: here
Edited by: "stealth666" 28th Jul 2019
stealth66628/07/2019 18:20

just seen and bought this... antex gascat 40: here



Good price for an Antex, but fiddly flint-based ignition. The Aldi one is piezo-electric, which is way better. I have several gas soldering irons (don't ask why, I'm not sure either) and the Aldi one is very effective if a little on the chunky side. The 'child safety' is a bit annoying too, but that's not a major issue.
Is this cook for baking cupcakes?
Norseg28/07/2019 20:26

Is this cook for baking cupcakes?


It's not a cooker and it won't bake cupcakes. It is a soldering iron. It does produce a flame but I don't believe it can bake cupcakes.
Dodge6228/07/2019 19:38

Good price for an Antex, but fiddly flint-based ignition. The Aldi one is …Good price for an Antex, but fiddly flint-based ignition. The Aldi one is piezo-electric, which is way better. I have several gas soldering irons (don't ask why, I'm not sure either) and the Aldi one is very effective if a little on the chunky side. The 'child safety' is a bit annoying too, but that's not a major issue.


Yes, realised that now... the ferrex stuff if good quality pls 3yr gazza
northwales28/07/2019 13:02

Try reading the post I am talking about. They want it for pyrography.


Aye, fair enough.
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