|Item Weight||1.54 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 7 x 2.1 inches|
|Item model number||2200-01|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Dremel 2200-01 Versa Flame Multi-Function Butane Torch
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- Integrated ignition trigger for easy startup (No independent ignition tool required)
- Variable Temperature and Flame Control Features for both torch and flame operation
- Flame Lock Switch for simplified operation on extended use projects
- 9-Piece Kit offers versatile accessory range
- Attachable base for hands-free operation
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The Dermal Versa Flame multi-function butane torch produces variable temperature and is equipped with flame control features for both torch and standard flame operation. The Versa Flame is a highly portable tool that can be used for applications such as soldering, pipe fitting, shrinking and even culinary brazing! The Versa Flame also features a self ignition button with safety lock and a flame lock-on for continuous hands-free operation. The large tank capacity with standard butane gas allows for up to 75 minute run time. Kit contents include Versa Flame tool, storage case, blower, deflector, flame diffuser, soldering tip, solder, sponge, tins and wrenches.
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How I killed it: The soldering tip threads onto one of the other long tips. Dremel provides a small wrench to tighten the soldering tip down. I went to go remove it after I was done and didn't realize that the main part of the tip also turns easily. I used the small wrench to remove the soldering tip which also turned the main portion. Under the main portion is a small plastic tube that contains the element for the ignitor. I snapped this right in half. The torch could still be used if I lit it with a cigarette lighter or the like, but for what I paid I just decided not to mess with it. I'm just leaving this so others don't make the same mistake. I wouldn't call it a defect or a reason not to get it.
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Now for the modification: If you don't have kids/grandkids around, there is a way to get rid of the child safety mechanism. At the base of the plastic housing, remove 2 - T8 torx screws. Using a fine jeweler's screwdriver, remove the tiny screw near the blue pushbutton. Carefully split open the plastic section near the pushbutton and carefully remove the child safety lock. Replacing the 3 screws, you have a normal non-safety torch. All other functions work normally.