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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.
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.
I really like this soldering iron. I've only ever had cheap ones before. There are a lot of small details that make it great. A comfortable hand grip. Read morePublished 1 month ago by asdadfasdfasdf
Great soldering iron. Used it for countless hours during school and dug it up a few weeks ago(nearly 2 years later) and it worked great. Read morePublished 1 month ago
My 40 year old Weller 25 watt finally quit. I expect this replacement will give equal service. Perfect for light electronic assembly. Good temperature control. Easy handling.Published 5 months ago by Rick M.
Weller is the only way to go.
The soft grip is my favorite thing after having used cheapie soldering irons for a few years, I came back to my Weller. Read more
The package arrived and was SEVERELY damaged. The tip also had an imperfection on the chisel (however after one use it was no longer visible, so I guess that didn't matter). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Spencer
Love this thing! You can tell the quality from the grip foam, the solid build and the flexible cable. Great soldering iron! Read morePublished 11 months ago
I have gone through half a dozen irons over the last 20 years. The main problem are the cheap inferior tips sold with them. Read morePublished 15 months ago