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Q: Soldering iron that I can use on electronics? like the ipod ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Soldering iron that I can use on electronics? like the ipod
Category: Computers
Asked by: spax-ga
List Price: $4.00
Posted: 14 Oct 2006 12:40 PDT
Expires: 13 Nov 2006 11:40 PST
Question ID: 773457
Can someone reccomend me a soldering tool that would be alright to use
in extremely small soldering tasks. Like soldering very small iPod
parts together? I have the coldheat tool, but I have now learned that
this is not good for the job.
Subject: Re: Soldering iron that I can use on electronics? like the ipod
Answered By: bobbie7-ga on 14 Oct 2006 13:02 PDT
Hello Spax,

Here are a few options.

WE-WM120 (12 Watt Mini Solder Iron-Deluxe)   $36.95

Need to do micro work? Slim profile, low wattage and micro tips will
let you solder even the smallest of joints in tight spaces!
Lightweight, pencil thin soldering iron with stay-cool handle,
designed for soldering miniature components
Develops tip temperature of 800F with 3-wire grounded plug


Mini Soldering Station ProsKit 220V SS-201

Precision temperature control: ~330C (~626F)
Super slim, pen-like style for greater control and visibilty
Specially designed for repairs to cell phones and PC boards
Conductive soldering stand
Dual voltage AC 110/220V


Mini Soldering Station


Search terms:
mini soldering device OR tool

I hope this is helpful!

Best regards,

Clarification of Answer by bobbie7-ga on 14 Oct 2006 13:08 PDT
This is a 60 watt corded soldering iron that has a tip temperature of
860 degrees. It includes a soldering iron and conical needle tip
(nickel plated copper).
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