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Victor 0384-0936 Genuine Portable Torch Cutting Welding

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Technical Details
Part Number 0384-0936
Item Weight35 pounds
Product Dimensions28 x 16 x 12 inches
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0019RO22K
Best Sellers Rank #121,466 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight37 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 3, 2010
  
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Product Description

Cuts up 1/2 and welds up to 1/4 with tips supplied in kit.

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It's a real VICTOR torch.
Hightower
Cons: I find that fuel costs are higher for these small bottles, but still worth the convenience.
Zen Dragon
I will only use it occasionally and for very small jobs, so It is well suited to my needs.
John H. Murphy

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Hightower on April 1, 2011
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Nice little cutting torch. Just what I needed something light and portable. Great quality. It's a real VICTOR torch. One of best portable torches Ihave seen.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By GKS on August 6, 2013
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Usually, when I see an outlier rating like the 1-star titled "Perhaps too small for any welding use," I don't give it much weight. After all, there are almost always at least a few folks who simply are never happy, and how can (in this case) 9 people be so pleased with a bad product? Being new to gas welding, I assumed that an outfit supplied by one of the two names in gas equipment would comprise components that worked together to provide the capabilities advertised here, "Cuts up to 1/2" and welds up to 1/4" with tips supplied in kit." So--contrary to my normal approach to starting up a new pursuit, I bought first and educated myself second. After doing my own research, I found that Mr. Bode was absolutely on target. A check of the Victor catalog shows that, at 3 Psig the #1 welding tip in the kit uses 3 Scfh of acetylene (requiring at least a 30 cf tank of acetylene to meet the CGA minimum safe withdrawal limits for intermittant use)--the #0 cutting tip supplied uses 5 Scfh and requires a minimum of a 50 cf tank at the same working pressure. In fact, a call to the Victor tech line produced an admission that there is no welding/brazing, heating or cutting tip made by Victor that can be safely serviced by the included 10 cf (MC) acetylene tank with the possible exception of the #000 welding/brazing tip (which maxes out the tank safe-draw-down rate and allows you to weld 1/32" stock). Bottom line--the supplied tanks are essentially useless! Those who are happily using this kit may not be experiencing burning acetone dripping from their welding tips, but it is a good bet that acetone droplets/vapor are making it into their regulators. Forget about this kit!Read more ›
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By S. Cogan on April 11, 2011
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Perfect for small shop or Diy no tanks to rent, although most states won't fill your new tanks, they will exchange them for full ones (not new). The two welding tips and the cutting tip are good for starting.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Midworld on July 23, 2012
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Excellent product. Victor is still one of the Best, as claimed by my friends.
Clean and well-made torch. Lights easy, welds smoothly. I have not tried the cutting torch yet.
Just bought it last month - so far no issues at all.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By justin on April 1, 2013
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I needed a small torch for cutting bolts, heating up rusted bolts, and general shop use. I had some reservations becuase some reviews said that these small torches were only good enough to cut sheetmetal. They were wrong, this thing heats and cuts 1/2" bolts as quckly as a large torch. I would definitely recommend this for the weekend mechanic, it will do everything that you need it to.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Zen Dragon on December 10, 2012
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Pros: Had mine for a few years and it still works great. I carry it up on roofs when I braze copper flashing and the weight is light enough for that type of work.
Cons: I find that fuel costs are higher for these small bottles, but still worth the convenience.
Haven't used the cutting torch yet.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By G. Conway on May 8, 2012
Under moderate weekend use it lasts barely 2 weekends. I did learn from this kit what I could do with an oxy acetylene set and have since gone to a local Airgas to get larger tanks costing over $500, and I can still use the torch and fittings. So in that sense it was a good purchase. But if you already know what your want you can probably save $ by avoiding the step that in my case as a newbie happened to be useful.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Ross on April 18, 2014
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I've had an industrial strength Oxy-Ace Torch for many years that I use for brazing and welding...but I only use it infrequently these days, and it takes up a bunch of space (4 foot tall tanks, etc). My spouse also uses a small Acetylene-only torch for jewelry making.

So I bought this unit to replace both my huge welding torch setup and my spouses jewelry setup. It works like a champ with good industrial quality welding and cutting heads and is light enough to hand carry and store out of the way. For my spouse, I added a "Little Torch with 5 tips in a box." It provides a small-handle torch suitable for jewelry making that attaches directly to the Victor regulators and tanks (directly compatible hose fittings), and it provides better heating than she had with her small Acetylene-only torch.

I'm VERY happy with the torch's quality and performance...it's actually a step up in quality from my 1950s professional-grade industrial strength torch. The soft burnished brass handles are rock solid, very attractive and professional looking. AND, the new smaller tanks and regulators are more in keeping with my present needs, and perfect for my spouses jewelry making torch.

I highly recommend it for small scale applications similar to mine.
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