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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-TPH60Soldering iron stand - Weller, for WP35
Stand for weller soldering iron part number S-TWP35.
$30.95
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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.
$12.95
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S-TSPG80LSoldering Iron - Weller SPG80L, 80 watts

The Weller SPG80L is a heavy duty 80 Watt soldering iron. It is ideal for soldering chassis connections in classic amps such as can capacitors and can be used in many other applications. This soldering iron has an indicator light that shows when the iron is turned on for safe use. The barrel is stainless steel and the rugged tip is replaceable. The impact resistant handle remains cool when in use. Features:



  • 900°F tip temperature suitable for chassis soldering and other heavy duty applications
  • Indicator light to show when the iron is on
  • 3/8” chisel tip
  • 6 foot power cord
  • Metal stand included

$41.95
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