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  • posted bysquid4ever on 05/14/2016

    Pros : Quite cheap, Useful but for very litte application Cons : Takes too long for melting pure tin

    Impression:Quality and Usefulness are so so;

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  • posted bybubblaren on 06/15/2015

    Pros: Does the job, actually fused (clip on), acceptable thermal insulation on the main leads to the heating element. Cons: Very poor heat distribution/longelivelty due to very thin outer cup material. Very bad and weak structural design of the pots mounting solution. The power cord do not fit EU... Read more

    Impression:Close to poor;

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  • posted byThallysSCCP100 on 01/07/2015

    The product worked perfectly ideal for welding various electronic components in a fast and practical. The only point that I did not like is that it takes to heat up.


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  • posted byOffroad66 on 05/17/2013

    Functional and practical product. Heating fast enough. Power is well adapted to the volume pot. Small footprint making it easy to use on site. I use sticks tin alloy 33% - 67% lead, melting point 185 ° C, you just skim a little dirt in the first heating. After it is ideal for my work. The we... Read more

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  • posted byctr210 on 03/17/2013

    High power, heats fast. Works perfectly. I'm very very satisfied with this purchase. The container can load a sustancial amount of soldering alloy. in my particular situation I load the Temperature controlled soldering pot with an alloy of 55% tin solder and 45% lead. This alloy melts before the... Read more

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  • posted bysn0wchyld on 10/06/2012

    makes tinning multiple wires a breeze. rather than taking 20 seconds or so to mount and then tin each wire, just dip the lot in one bunch and your done! maybe could be cheaper? Would be even better if it had removalbe 'cups'... so you could have one for solder, one for hot glue... etc etc. temp a... Read more

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  • posted byDANEBO on 05/30/2012

    - Really great for lab jobs. It tins quickly coated copper wires, insulated copper wires, magnet wires and common electronics wires. - Great for transformers and coils winding construction: this soldering pot allows you to tin evely the end of the wires. - Makes the quicksilver job very easy and... Read more

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  • posted byKamel85 on 02/02/2011

    Handy thing to have if your soldering alot of wires, beats coating all wires manually, just dip the wires in some grease and down the pot and your all done. Temp. dial worked fine on mine, and are decently accurate. Heats up to right temperature quick. None, I switched cable on mine, so i had a i... Read more

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  • posted byasdasd123123 on 01/04/2011

    It's a simple hot pot for lead, tin and possibly silver. It gets got quickly, and has an agreeable quality level. Has a dial for some sort of temperature control, it still melts my leaded solder at the lowest setting, so it may not be very accurate. Had to replace the mains cable, and when doing... Read more

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