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Weller WP25 Professional 25Watts/120V Soldering Iron

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  • Professional soldering iron ideal for a wide variety of electronic tasks
  • Tip Temperature is 750° F
  • Quick change knurled collar with stainless steel barrel
  • Cushion grip handle and plug-in heating element
  • Made in Mexico
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Weller WP25 Professional 25Watts/120V Soldering Iron + Weller ST7 0.03" X0.79 mm ST Series Conical Tip + SE MZ101B Helping Hand with Magnifying Glass
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Product Description

Product Description

Perfect for a variety of electronic soldering work, this top quality iron features a long life, double coated tip and a quick change, plug-in heater element. Lightweight handle includes a comfortable cushioned grip. Net weight: 1/2 lb.

From the Manufacturer

The Weller WP25 is a 25Watts/120V professional soldering iron ideal for a wide variety of electronic tasks. Uses ST series long life double-coated iron-plated tips - ST3 tip included. Tip temperature is 750° F. Iron has a quick change knurled collar with stainless steel barrel. It also features a cushion grip handle and plug-in heating element. Iron comes with a 6 foot 3-wire cord. Iron is 7 7/8" long. UL and cUL listed (120 VAC units only). Made in Mexico.


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Technical Details
Part Number WP25
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions10.2 x 3.9 x 1.6 inches
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Item model numberWP25
National Stock Number3439-01-066-8164
ColorBlue and Silver
MaterialMetal
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Wattage25 watts
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000B63BTU
Best Sellers Rank #25,786 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMay 10, 2004
  
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Wattage
25 Watts

Bulb Voltage
120 Volts

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Andrew K. Barkley on July 29, 2009
Weller has been the gold standard for ever! This TEMP CONTROLLED iron will run forever. The tip provided is way to big for printed circuit work, so order the smaller tip right away and you will increase the usefulness of this iron a whole bunch. Enjoy!
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. Kazanecki on April 22, 2010
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Easy to use small handheld. Look for tip sizes in ST series from ST1 trough 8. Weller ST7 ST-Series Tips is smallest tip and must have for printed circuit work. Also, for tiny work get yourself Helping Hands Magnifier with Light. By the way, [...] has more dedicated website for soldering.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Data Virtue on February 22, 2013
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Yeah, a Weller soldering iron reported by some to have lasted them 20 years fails after a few hours of use. After using this iron for a maximum of 4 hours of continuous use I plugged it in (it worked fine the last time I used it) and got nothing--total failure. I removed the element housing from the base and noticed that the element (ceramic?) was falling apart like a soft brick of calcium carbonate. I didn't drop this thing or abuse it in any way--it WAS my baby, one of my prized tools. Had to whip out my $5.99 cheapy I got with a Elenco "Learn to Solder Kit" I bought for my son. It happily melted through the job I was planning.

The build quality of these Wellers is much better than the Chinese cheapies on Amazon, but I have lost my faith in the functional quality. Weller doesn't back up their products more than a year, and getting something like this replaced is more trouble than its worth (you have to pay shipping, wait, etc..).

UPDATE: Having become obsessed with finding a decent soldering iron, I have discovered that Hakko USA has a 25W "Dash" model that comes with a pencil tip--available on their website for the same price as the Weller. They claim that their element is sealed from the environment preventing oxidation. They also have some units available for a little over $100 that could prove useful to someone who solders quite often.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ric on December 13, 2012
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This iron works great, way better than the cheap-o radioschack ones. Keep the tip tinned and maintained and this thing seems like it should last you years (I've had it for a year now using it on little electronics projects and its been great).
My only gripe is that the base is crap. You're gonna need something to put this thing in/on while its plugged in and its gonna need to have some weight behind it or the irons gonna eager to jump out and give you a burn you wont soon forget.
So if you get this iron, which you should if you are just working on little beginner to moderate electronics projects (circuit boards and such), you will need to find a decent base to support it also. I've been using a cheap flimsy thing from radioshack and I've gotten a few burns just because it doesn't balance it well enough.
If your doing bigger projects or just looking for an iron to use on an almost daily basis, you might want to invest in one that comes with a base, temp control and an on/off switch.
Thats the other thing about this, no on/off switch. Kind of a pain.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CJH on December 2, 2011
I had recently written a not-so-positive review of my Weller WP25 which up and stopped working after a few hours of light use. I had originally spoken with someone at Cooper/Weller who indicated that I was pretty much out of luck and would need to pay for a repair. Before tossing the unit in the trash I decided to try again to see if someone on the technical support side could help me troubleshoot the issue before I chucked it. I ended up describing the issue and the gentleman I spoke to could not have been cooler. He indicated that based on what I described that I had a bad heater unit and that if I sent it in that they would repair it (and that the item actually had a longer warranty than the original CSR I spoke to quoted.

Less than two weeks later I have a replacement, working soldering iron in my hands and am back in business. I'm happy to revise my original review of the product and company services.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rpenc01 on December 29, 2014
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I've been a ham radio operator and audio hobbyist since 1980. I recently purchased two of these, having had the older 2 wire model, which still works. Now the irons are properly grounded, which should help protect sensitive electronic components when they are being soldered. I've found this unit ideal for soldering small electronics kits and projects. I also purchased a number of different style tips for different applications at reasonable cost. This is a good quality, reliable iron. Keep in mind this is a 25 watt iron, and it is not intended for soldering larger components, heavy gauge wire, or do glass or jewelry work. It is designed for soldering small electronics components. It is also not intended for soldering antenna connectors and the likes. For those applications you will need a higher wattage iron. Unless you're really good, a higher wattage iron will probably fry smaller components. I've found 25W to be the ideal iron for soldering components to printed circuit boards (PCBs). A lot of your success with this unit will depend on your ability to properly and periodically tin the tips, and keep them clean-- and, of course, your soldering skills. The handle does get a bit warm after extended use. The cork does help in this regard. The round 3 conductor cord is a little short, but surprisingly flexible. If I were to suggest one design change, it would be to include a light to tell the operator it is on. Highly recommend the Weller WP25 for light duty electronics work (small components and (PCBs), supplemented by a higher wattage unit for those larger components, connectors, and large area PCB pads. This unit will take care of perhaps upwards of 90% of your soldering needs when working on printed circuit boards.
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