Meterk 60W Soldering Iron Kit - Only £12.34 delivered (+£4.75 non prime). Sold by ECmall and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Meterk 60W Soldering Iron Kit - Only £12.34 delivered (+£4.75 non prime). Sold by ECmall and Fulfilled by Amazon

£12.34£32.99 63% Amazon Deals
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Found 30th Nov
Who's a little tinker(er) then!
Got someone in your life that likes to fix things when they are not broken?

Well, look no further than this nifty soldering iron kit!

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  • ◕‿◕14 in 1 Full Kit ➤ Adjustable temperature soldering iron, 5 soldering tips, desoldering pump, solder wick, 2 anti-static tweezers, solder wire, iron stand with cleaning sponge, wire stripper cutter and a carry tool box to meet all your soldering project needs.
  • ◕‿◕Advanced Design & Fast Heating Up ➤More energy saving, environmental protective and safe using with ON/OFF switch on the soldering iron, It heats up with 60W power to standby efficiently just in a few minutes.
  • ◕‿◕Adjustable Temperature & 6 Interchangeable Tips ➤Adjustable temperature with thermostat range of 200~450℃ (392~842℉). 6pcs interchangeable soldering tips from broad chisel to super fine to meet different soldering demands.
  • ◕‿◕Durable Solder Sucker & Solder Wick ➤ Full oxygen-free copper wire with 2.0mm width, 1.5m length, 0.2oz weight and it'is easy to clean residue flux, especially in hard-to-reach areas. The desoldering pump is high pressure vacuum with an aluminum body frame, allowing easy one-handed use and best for removing solder from PCB through-hole solder joints.
  • ◕‿◕For Various Maintenance of Household Appliances ➤ Repairing circuit boards, soldering computer motherboards, component of mobile phone, electric repair, home DIY and other soldering project.

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Seems to have all the right tips. One for burning the carpet, one for burning the kitchen table etc. The only thing missing is the Savlon.
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Original Poster

Have been needing this myself as have a trainset to fix!
Edited by: "birdyboyuk" 30th Nov

just what I needed thank you very much ! Merry Christmas

Just what I don't need! And then I went I bought it just in case as this is a bargain that I couldn't resist

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Hersheymad9 m ago

just what I needed thank you very much ! Merry Christmas


No problem! Bit early for a Merry Xmas, but what the heck....Merry Christmas!

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sweetibiza1007 m ago

Just what I don't need! And then I went I bought it just in case as this …Just what I don't need! And then I went I bought it just in case as this is a bargain that I couldn't resist


Haha! I know that exact feeling, but you never know when you may need it!!

Hmm, a 110 volt iron fitted with a 240 v plug, I bet that gets very, very hot, very quickly!


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melted9 m ago

Hmm, a 110 volt iron fitted with a 240 v plug, I bet that gets very, very …Hmm, a 110 volt iron fitted with a 240 v plug, I bet that gets very, very hot, very quickly!


But when soldering, it should be used in short bursts I'm guessing thus to reduce this over heating??
Edited by: "birdyboyuk" 30th Nov

Thanks for posting

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djbarbee2 m ago

Thanks for posting


You're welcome! Glad to be of assistance!

birdyboyuk33 m ago

But when soldering, it should be used in short bursts I'm guessing thus to …But when soldering, it should be used in short bursts I'm guessing thus to reduce this over heating??



It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just a photo shopped picture, and the real ones will be 240v.


If you intend to use this, I would strongly advise at least testing for a electrical connection from the iron's tip to the earth pin, as it must be earthed to protect the user from electrocution when the element fails.

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melted3 m ago

It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just …It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just a photo shopped picture, and the real ones will be 240v.If you intend to use this, I would strongly advise at least testing for a electrical connection from the iron's tip to the earth pin, as it must be earthed to protect the user from electrocution when the element fails.


I see...hopefully just a misprint, but best to check with the company!

birdyboyuk37 m ago

But when soldering, it should be used in short bursts I'm guessing thus to …But when soldering, it should be used in short bursts I'm guessing thus to reduce this over heating??



No. The iron heats up and stays on for the duration.
There are those rubbish trigger ones that you only use briefly.

melted4 m ago

It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just …It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just a photo shopped picture, and the real ones will be 240v.If you intend to use this, I would strongly advise at least testing for a electrical connection from the iron's tip to the earth pin, as it must be earthed to protect the user from electrocution when the element fails.


I susepct these will be 240v but going by the picture the cable is only twin core, no earth.

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bigbak6 m ago

No. The iron heats up and stays on for the duration.There are those …No. The iron heats up and stays on for the duration.There are those rubbish trigger ones that you only use briefly.


Oh...I think I know what you mean.
This one has a switch

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freakstyler6 m ago

I susepct these will be 240v but going by the picture the cable is only …I susepct these will be 240v but going by the picture the cable is only twin core, no earth.


They should have small print with their pics....for illustrative purposes only! lol

Great, I needed one of these to build my smoker project!

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netyard1 m ago

Great, I needed one of these to build my smoker project!


Awesome stuff!

Would this do for small electronics like a circuit board

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scoopsy1 m ago

Would this do for small electronics like a circuit board


I would say so...it has different interchangeable tips on it so perfect for the smaller projects

melted44 m ago

It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just …It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just a photo shopped picture, and the real ones will be 240v.If you intend to use this, I would strongly advise at least testing for a electrical connection from the iron's tip to the earth pin, as it must be earthed to protect the user from electrocution when the element fails.


Total fake reviews on Amazon also - beware

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JJ10014 m ago

Total fake reviews on Amazon also - beware


How can you tell?

JJ10021 m ago

Total fake reviews on Amazon also - beware


They don't look fake. One is a top 100 reviewer and some are verified purchases. Only bad thing is that it only has 9 reviews

Seems to have all the right tips. One for burning the carpet, one for burning the kitchen table etc. The only thing missing is the Savlon.

melted1 h, 9 m ago

It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just …It is unsafe to run a 110V appliance on 240V. If you are lucky it is just a photo shopped picture, and the real ones will be 240v.If you intend to use this, I would strongly advise at least testing for a electrical connection from the iron's tip to the earth pin, as it must be earthed to protect the user from electrocution when the element fails.


I have been using 110v iron in the UK for a couple of years now. But mine has an earth wire which I use to ground it.
I don't get any issues with it.

Even if the Iron is suspect, is this not worth it for the tool box and acessories alone?

birdyboyuk1 h, 24 m ago

Oh...I think I know what you mean.This one has a switch


Yes, that is unusual, I wondered if the seller had bought in 110V irons with 2 pin plugs and added the switch so he could wire in a moulded three pin UK plug, which would also mean it wasn't earthed.
Edited by: "melted" 30th Nov

iDealYou24 m ago

I have been using 110v iron in the UK for a couple of years now. But mine …I have been using 110v iron in the UK for a couple of years now. But mine has an earth wire which I use to ground it.I don't get any issues with it.




I knew an electrician who told me that where he used to work he discovered one of the drills his company had been using for years was a 110V unit that some idiot had fitted a 240v plug on. He said it had loads of power, so worked really well, but of course they had to scrap it.

There are different requirements for 240v appliances, 240V will jump wider gaps than 110V, and UK sold appliances MUST be double insulated or fitted with an earth. When elements fail they typically go live so they must be earthed to ensure the user isn't electrocuted.
Edited by: "melted" 30th Nov

Bought for the tool box alone and the accessories as quick check on Amazon for tool boxes cost £10 alone. Can always just get a better soldering iron if that turns out to be rubbish but mainly going to be using as a hobby than on actual phones or anything expensive.

melted4 m ago

I knew an electrician who told me that where he used to work he discovered …I knew an electrician who told me that where he used to work he discovered one of the drills his company had been using for years was a 110V unit that some idiot had fitted a 240v plug on. He said it had loads of power, so worked really well, but of course they had to scrap it.There are different requirements for 240v appliances, 240V will jump wider gaps than 110V, and UK sold appliances MUST be double insulated or fitted with an earth. When elements fail they typically go live so they must be earthed to ensure the user isn't electrocuted.


Agree, that makes sense.

just what I was after, thank you!

So tempting but I don't need it although I'm trying to justify it. My fingers are moving very fast, I need to put my phone down for a rest.

I ended up ordering thanks

Just remember to buy some flux, makes soldering a lot easier and cleaner.

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dealerxxx58 m ago

So tempting but I don't need it although I'm trying to justify it. My …So tempting but I don't need it although I'm trying to justify it. My fingers are moving very fast, I need to put my phone down for a rest.



Do it! You know you want to! lol

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joedastudd27 m ago

Just remember to buy some flux, makes soldering a lot easier and cleaner.



A flux capacitor??

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CosmicAero1 h, 24 m ago

Bought for the tool box alone and the accessories as quick check on Amazon …Bought for the tool box alone and the accessories as quick check on Amazon for tool boxes cost £10 alone. Can always just get a better soldering iron if that turns out to be rubbish but mainly going to be using as a hobby than on actual phones or anything expensive.


Soldering irons are cheap enough nowadays I think, so a good investment I'd say!

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TBC151 h, 57 m ago

Seems to have all the right tips. One for burning the carpet, one for …Seems to have all the right tips. One for burning the carpet, one for burning the kitchen table etc. The only thing missing is the Savlon.



Haha! You been there too?? Brings back childhood memories!

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iDealYou2 h, 0 m ago

I have been using 110v iron in the UK for a couple of years now. But mine …I have been using 110v iron in the UK for a couple of years now. But mine has an earth wire which I use to ground it.I don't get any issues with it.



Is yours similar to this one?
Surely this is bound to have an earth to be sold in the UK??

birdyboyuk7 m ago

Is yours similar to this one?Surely this is bound to have an earth to be …Is yours similar to this one?Surely this is bound to have an earth to be sold in the UK??


Not the same as mine.
I bought mine from AliExpress ... I made sure it had the earth clip. However, it's only 2-pin 110v.

edit: tbh, I think it's much better than mine.
Edited by: "iDealYou" 30th Nov
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