Draper Butane Powered Soldering Iron for £9.99 Delivered (+£4.49 Non) @ Amazon UK
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Draper Butane Powered Soldering Iron for £9.99 Delivered (+£4.49 Non) @ Amazon UK

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Found 11th Dec 2018
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  • Features instant electronic ignition, variable flame control and a refillable tank
  • Compact single hand operation
  • One fill of standard butane lighter fuel will give up to 20 minutes
  • Next Day Delivery
  • Manufactured to EU Standards
  • Draper Guaranteed Product
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Not very good, takes ages to heat up and struggles to melt modern solder. You can not carry enough butane to this device- Buy the battery one from Lidl. Cold.
Get a Dremel one myself, and though before I had it I was questioning wether I'd use it - I have never used a wired one since!
Bought similar from Aldi for same price
Damian667 h, 23 m ago

Not very good, takes ages to heat up and struggles to melt modern solder. …Not very good, takes ages to heat up and struggles to melt modern solder. You can not carry enough butane to this device- Buy the battery one from Lidl. Cold.



You mean modern leadless solder? Agreed.
Nothing worse than an iron which does heat up enough or quickly.
It also seems to be a bit difficult to fill 'It's easier for my wife to suck a golfball through a hosepipe than it is to refill this'
Damian668 h, 43 m ago

Not very good, takes ages to heat up and struggles to melt modern solder. …Not very good, takes ages to heat up and struggles to melt modern solder. You can not carry enough butane to this device- Buy the battery one from Lidl. Cold.


I have this soldering iron and none of the above is true! And you are actually recommending a battery soldering iron, ROFL
Milki_bar_Kid46 m ago

I have this soldering iron and none of the above is true! And you are …I have this soldering iron and none of the above is true! And you are actually recommending a battery soldering iron, ROFL


How can you tell me that my experiences with this device aren’t true;

I’m a electronics engineer of thirty years standing trained in the RAF, I bought this to use in the field as I repair many coax RF cable systems and it’s junk, I bought the battery one through frustration from lidl and it works a treat, nothing personal here, it’s a fact, perhaps I got the only under performing item in the country...keep your unsubstantiated opinions about my experiences to yourself.
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