|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||19 x 12 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||SH-1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Warranted for manufacturing defects|
Elenco Soldering Iron Holder
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- Highly Rated: 4.1 star rating with over 900 reviews
- Popular Item: Popular with customers shopping for "soldering iron stand"
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- Standard issue Soldering Iron Holder for Pencil style soldering irons
- Dual coiled springs to protect users and work from burns and damage
- Sponge for tip cleaning
- Metal base for stability and durability
- For 30 years Elenco has been developing reliable & affordable electronic test equipment, tools, and educational kits
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Standard issue Soldering Iron Holder for Pencil style soldering irons. Dual coiled springs to protect users and work from burns and damage. Sponge for tip cleaning. Metal base for stability and durability. For 30 years Elenco has been using their strong engineering and design skills to develop reliable, affordable electronic test equipment, tools, and educational kits
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I like the double springs, inner and outer piece. Wide base. Light weight yet stable.
A bit of caution. Our thermalstat integrated solder tip may try hard to maintain set temperature if loaded (heat drawn) by the holding spring when tip / head rest touching it. Waste of energy also risk of overheated and oxidized solder tip. To fix that, I match the inner spring bottom with a Teflon plug (0.75” dia.) center drilled and machined a funnel shape just enough to locate the tip inside.
It is indeed basic. Which is a plus in my view. Parts are well made, the black framing is some sort of metal, NOT plastic, which was a pleasant surprise. There is a "groove" to hold the wire spiral from slipping around the bold+nut thats holding it down.
The spiral has a "mouth" with an inner spiral that holds iron snuggly yet "insert" is simple and smooth.
I saw people refer to the sponge being "flimsy". It simply needs to be hydrated, its that kind of a sponge. Its not lush or anything but perfectly adequate.
Bottom line, to my own surprise, its a keeper.
My Weller SP40NKUS soldering iron just barely hangs in there. To the point where a tiny tug on the cord or bumping of the unit puts the iron at risk of falling out. The big goofy LED housing on my iron prevents the iron from sliding all the way down the coil. Because of this, the metal before the tip also just rests on the black plastic. I was concerned about this at first but whatever that plastic is made out of, it could withstand a fully heated iron resting on it for an hour+ with no visible deformation. Bottom line, it works, but unless you have a very thin soldering iron I would consider getting something else.