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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Perfect for hobbies and electronics, this kit lets you get started soldering right away.
The SP23LK Soldering Kit makes easy work of soldering speaker wires, fixing remote-control cars, making jewelry, assembling circuit boards, repairing radios, and more. Its durable stainless steel barrel resists corrosion for long-term performance, and its heat- and impact-resistant handle keeps you comfortable and in complete control at all times.
High-Quality Accessories for Versatile Performance
The SP23LK Soldering Kit contains three high-quality, replaceable 1/8-inch nickel-plated copper tips, including an MT1pencil point, MT2 flat screwdriver, and MT3 chisel. The kit also includes a soldering aid that you can use for better results and increased accuracy on intricate pieces.
Durable Design and Smart Features for Long-Term, Safe Use
The SP23L soldering iron is built to last with its stainless steel barrel and impact-resistant handle. Additionally, the nickel-plated tips with copper cores resist corrosion and protect against solder creep to help maintain the iron's performance and longevity.
An indicator light lets you know when the iron is turned on, offering an added level of safety and convenience. The heat-resistant handle also adds to the safety of this tool by helping to prevent accidental burns. And the SP23L is UL-listed, which means that it meets independent safety standards. The kit is backed by a one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
SP23L Solder Iron, three nickel-plated tips, one coil of lead-free solder, soldering aid, and user's guide.
What can I say, it's a Weller. Nice size for general ham stuff and around the house.Published 1 month ago by STEVE
I am still baffled about this thing?!?....I own and operate a commercial electronics repair shop that has been in business for over 3 1/2 decades. I do 2-way radio repair. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph E. Lorey
if you can get a real one, this things start to get ugly, and the tips for some reason start to lose the coating and solder wont stickPublished 3 months ago by Miguel Menendez
The pictured Iron is designed to fit in my existing weller welding station. The design of this one will not fit - it has a large triangular piece above the heating element, as... Read morePublished 3 months ago by David L. Jenkins