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Lincoln Electric K2185-1 Handy MIG Welder

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  • Welds up to 1/8" mild steel
  • Welds both MIG (shielding gas sold separately) and flux-cored
  • Plugs into household 115V, 20 amp outlet
  • 1 year warranty on parts and labor (90 days on gun and cable)
  • 70 Amp
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 1
Item Weight49 pounds
Product Dimensions18 x 16.8 x 10.3 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberK2185-1
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
ColorRed
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage76 volts
Installation Methodmig-welding
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 yr warranty on material and workmanship
  
Additional Information
ASINB000QFNZ74
Best Sellers Rank #13,713 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight51.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableApril 29, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

• This compact, portable and lightweight wire feed welder plugs into a 115V, 20 amp outlet and is user friendly. Four voltage settings and continuous wire feed speed adjustment allow you to weld mild steel from 24 gauge to 1/8" thick. • 35-88 amps output. • Plugs into household 115V, 20 amp outlet. • Cold contactor safety feature keeps welding wire electrically "cold" until gun trigger is pressed. • Input Power: 115/1/60 • Rated Output: 70A/17V/20% • Input Current: 20A • Output Range: 35-88A • Dimensions (H x W x D): 12.8 in x 8.8 in x 18 in • Included: • Welding gun and cable assembly. • Work cable with work clamp. • Gasless nozzle for flux-cored welding. • Gas nozzle, gas regulator and hose for MIG welding. • 1 lb. spool .035" (0.9mm) Innershield® NR®-211-MP flux-cored wire. • 2 lb. spool .025" (0.6mm) SuperArc L-56 solid MIG wire. • .035" contact tips - quantity 3. • .025" contact tips - quantity 3. • Welding handshield with #10 filter plate and clear glass cover plate. • Chipping hammer/brush.

From the Manufacturer

Interested in welding? Ready to try your hand at wire welding? Have we got the welder for you - the Handy MIG from Lincoln Electric! This compact, portable and lightweight wire feed welder plugs into a 115V, 20 amp outlet and is user friendly. Four voltage settings and continuous wire feed speed adjustment allow you to weld mild steel from 24 gauge to 1/8" thick. And, it's easy to get started since practically everything you'll need to MIG weld is in the box - gun and cable assembly, work cable and clamp, gas nozzle, gas regulator and hose, spool of solid wire, contact tips and hand shield with filter plate and lens. Just add a cylinder of shielding gas. But that's not all - there's also a spool of self-shielded, flux-cored wire, contact tips and chipping hammer/brush so you can use your Handy MIG to weld with gasless, flux-cored wire too.

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
76.00 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

LOve the welder now, got a little thing tweaked and it is a great little portable welder!
Amazon LOVER
They have crummy rollers that won't hold up, they will make your weld wire look like a birds nest.
Machine Gun Joe
It really surprised me to its ability to weld thicker material and still run on just 110 power.
hankbear

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108 of 110 people found the following review helpful By hankbear on April 21, 2011
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I bought this unit to do some auto body panel replacement welding. I already have a 220 volt mig that I have used for over 10 years. It has a hard time with light welding tasks like sheetmetal. I figured this unit would be good for small welding tasks and is a good brand name in the welding world. The unit came well packed. I was not happy that the gas regulator did not have a gauge, thus making it hard to know when you were near the end of your bottle. I did end up adding a gauge since this would drive me nuts. The reason I am giving it full stars is based on its performance. It really surprised me to its ability to weld thicker material and still run on just 110 power. I love that I can plug it in anywhere and weld away on just about any size material with ease. And as predicted, it does dial down to be very good with 18 gauge sheetmetal. I wish it had a infinite dial for power output but I am able to find one of the 4 settings that will work for the job at hand. I have plugged into a variety of outlets and have not popped a breaker yet. The main thing is that I had always viewed portable welders as wimpy and for people that were too cheap to buy a full size welder but now realize that this unit has enough power to be my only welder for household and hobby use. I was tempted to buy a no-name unit from some other companies in order to get the infinite power dial for heat but am happy with what I chose. I am sure this unit will last and it is very smooth. The whole reason I was buying a second welder was for that smooth reliable operation at low heat settings, and this unit did that and much more.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Herb Petersen on May 17, 2013
Was looking for a decent, cheap MIG welder two years ago, searched the web and found this for $267.18, delivered, Fed EX, 2 day delivery. Jumped at this price and got it in two days. I have had a Lincoln 235 Amp AC welder for about 40 Years (bought it new for $79.00 retail at Farm & Fleet) and have welded more things than I can remember. It is still going strong, so I knew I was going with a good brand name.

A few months later, I bought a Argon/CO2 tank to go with it. It sat in my shop until just recently, (We moved here in 2010 and it took a while to get the shop built and arranged the way it should be) when I bought a cart for the welder. Well, I just used it about a week ago. This thing is fantastic! It is the easiest welder I have ever used. I built a cart for my OXY/Acetylene set, out of 1" square steel tubing, all miter cuts. The fact that you can see exactly where the weld is immediately, is great, no chipping off slag to see the results. I was using a 15 amp outlet, as it is the closest 110V outlet to my welding table and it worked, no problem. I did pop the breaker once during a long series of welds, but that was to be expected, I was welding 1/8" steel and the highest setting. This unit is spectacular. Do not hesitate to buy this if you are in the market for a light to medium duty welder. The fact that it will work on light gauge metal is great. It is very difficult to weld the thin stuff with a stick welder without a stitch attachment. With the wire feed you don't need to replace the sticks every few welds.

I haven't tried it with the flux core wire, but with the great results I had with the inert gas, I don't intend to. You can hold a nice arc from 1/8" to 3/8" from the surface and the welds are nice and smooth, penetrate well and again, no slag!
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Machine Gun Joe on April 17, 2013
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I have been in the welding business for 40 years. When my wife told me she wanted a welder for her birthday and wanted me to teach her how to weld for her arts and crafts I had to decide one thing. What kind of machine would be best for a beginner ? I started looking at cheap Chinese welders and my experience told me they are not built to last. They have crummy rollers that won't hold up, they will make your weld wire look like a birds nest. Then I looked at their duty cycle. This is the amount of time your machine can run without resting to cool down. (I told you I have done this for 40 years) The cheap machines all max out at about 10%. You all know that means if you want to spend an hour welding, your machine is shut down 54 minutes in that hour to cool down. I know Mama is not going to be welding one straight hour, you have to do more prep work in welding than actual weld time and that lets your machine cool down and be ready when you are. This machine has a 20% duty cycle and that is rare in this price range. Plenty of power for any home use.

I chose this Lincoln K2185-1 because Lincoln is a company I have trusted my whole working life. Lincoln Welders have been headquartered in Cleveland Ohio for over 100 years and their quality is known world wide. Lincoln Manufactures over 90 different models for any type of welding need. As I said earlier, this is not a high production machine. This unit plugs in anywhere to 110 v. 20 amps. and works great on light gauge steel. If you want to weld material thicker than 1/8" you should look elsewhere, but if you want to do auto body work or light gauge sheet metal this machine is awesome. You can weld with flux core wire or use shielding gas and hard wire for a better looking weld using the inexpensive regulator that comes with this unit.
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