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S-T7805Bulb solder-off - Weller
Removes melted solder by suction. Facilitates accurate printed circuit repair and cleaning.
Begin by squeezing, then hold over the solder to be removed and release the bulb to allow the solder to be sucked into the bulb. This method of solder removal is very basic and inexpensive. The bulb takes up very little space in your tool kit. Made in Taiwan.
$19.49
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S-TWP35Soldering iron - Weller, WP35, controlled output
  • Input Voltage: 120
  • Power Consumption: 35 watts
  • Tip Temperature: 850ºF
  • Heating Element Type: Nichrome wound, fiberglass and ceramic insulated
  • Lightweight handle with cushion grip for ease of use and comfort
  • Comes with 1/8" screwdriver tip
  • Stand (S-TPH60) sold separately
  • Three wire grounded power cord for your safety
  • UL listed
Stand sold separately (S-TPH60)
$62.95
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S-TPSI10Soldering Iron Tip - Weller, for PSI100, Hot Knife tip
Replacement hot knife tip (cat no. PSI 10) for Weller Portasol, butane soldering iron.
Cut and cauterize nylon ropes and synthetic upholstery materials easily. Adjustable temperatures up to 450°C (850°F) make it perfect for cutting and shaping plastics and model making.
$13.95
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S-TPH60Soldering iron stand - Weller, for WP35
Stand for weller soldering iron part number S-TWP35.
$41.70
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S-TWE1010Soldering iron station - Weller, WE 1010, 70W, digital display

The Weller WE1010 is an excellent soldering station for professional use and beginner hobbyists alike. With increased power and stability, the WE1010 is an upgrade in many ways for users of the WES51 and WTCPT soldering stations.


$135.92
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