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Weller WLC100 40-Watt Soldering Station
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- On/off switch with power-on indicator light
- Variable power control produces 5 to 40 watts
- Quality, lightweight pencil iron
- Cushioned foam grip with replaceable heating element
- Includes iron-plated copper tip, safety guard iron holder, and natural sponge tip cleaning pad
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At the heart of the WLC100 Soldering Station is a high-quality lightweight pencil iron with an ST3 iron-plated copper tip. To ensure that you can work comfortably for long stretches of time, the iron has a cushioned foam grip that sits comfortably in your hand as you work. It has a replaceable heating element, so you can continue using the same iron for a long time to come.
Easy-to-Adjust Variable Power Controls
Unlike many basic soldering kits, which can be difficult to adjust, the WLC100 features a variable power control that lets you adjust the power level from five to 40 watts with a simple turn of the knob on the base unit. This lets you choose the precise setting for each unique job that you tackle. The base also includes a "power-on" indicator light and on/off switch to help keep you from leaving a hot iron on accidentally.
The workstation also provides a built-in iron stand to keep your workspace organized and a natural sponge tip cleaning pad to keep your tip ready to go at all times.
High-Quality Accessories for Dependable Performance
The WLC100 includes an ST3 iron-plated 1/8-inch screwdriver tip. Weller also offers a wide array of compatible ST series tips to perform a variety of applications (additional tips are sold separately).
All Weller tips are constructed of solid copper and plated with iron, as well as nickel and chromium to protect against corrosion and solder creep, helping to ensure that your tools perform reliably over time. Additionally, Weller tips are pre-tinned with tin/lead solder.
This WLC100 Soldering Station is UL-listed, which means it has been tested and meets independent safety standards. It is backed by a one year warranty against manufacturer’s defects in material and workmanship.
What's in the Box
Soldering iron, ST3 tip, and base unit with built-in iron stand.
From the Manufacturer
Size: 1 Pack
Top Customer Reviews
Weller quality and durability.
Price is too high for a simple iron without temperature control, the "power control" knob works like a simple light dimmer - with no feedback from the tip, so the temperature will be jumping up and down while you work.
Side notes: for pleasant work experience and good quality soldering one needs to keep the proper tip temperature - it can't be too low or too high. Note that in both extremes the solder will visibly melt, but the quality of the connection will suffer. When the iron is too cold: you are likely to get "cold solder" joints that look fine outside but lack internal integrity and often drop the connection soon. These are hard to troubleshoot.
If the iron gets too hot, you may burn the copper traces and they will break off the PCB, you may overheat electronic parts, and (most annoying to me) you burn out the flux before it does its job. Ironically, using too hot iron may also result in "cold solder" connections. This happens because the flux will go in smoke before it reaches the soldered surfaces to clean them and make the solder stick properly and permanently.
The only way to ensure correct soldering temperature is to use controlled iron with feedback from the tip (very important). The WLC100 has only appearance of "control" but you can't set and hold the temperature. It is as good as the cheapest iron from Sears or Radio Shack that cost five times less.
And there is really no other reason to get the other ones, when one of the elements goes bad on the other ones, you have to pay more than the price of this whole station just to replace the element! This one doesn't have any element, you just replace the tip, which you can get at any Radio Shack for a dollar or two tops. And I still have not needed to replace the tip on this one after years of use, since I keep the tip nice and tinned.
This heats up nice and fast, is always reliable, just as good as any of the BLUE ones that cost three and four times the cost that the same company sells, and has never let me down.
Get it now, before they raise the price any more!
Once you get it, it should last a lifetime.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this soldering station locally because I was getting other things also locally through an electronics/hobby chain to replace an old soldering pen I'd had over 30 years... Read morePublished 2 days ago by John Palmer
I got this for my boyfriend to work on a project and he says its way better than the cheap one he got at a store and that he feels like a professional. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jackyjackyjacky
I'm not an expert solderer, but this little guy does everything I want it to. I'm very happy, and for the price you can't beat it. Read morePublished 5 days ago by William Doyle
Works well, takes a long time to warm up. Am curious why the jack for the iron is 3-conductor when the tip plug is 2-conductor. Quality of cords could be higher.Published 6 days ago by Mike It