|Part Number||MT560 C|
|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.5 x 7.2 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||MT560C|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
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Mag-Torch MT560C Self-Lighting Tradesman Regulated MAPP or Propane Torch
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- Map Pro / Propane Self Lighting Tradesman Torch
- Magna Industries Inc
- Brass Burner Tip for durability
- Brass Regulator for consistent flame
- 4-Feet flexible hose
- Silver Swirl Combustion Tip resists flame blowout and reduces brazing time by 30-Percent
- Use with MAPP or Propane fuel
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As for the product itself, it's alright. Not what I was hoping for though. The hose is nice, it allows me to keep the tank upright (I'm using those small 14.1 oz tanks) so that I don't get flaring, and the belt clip is pretty handy too. However, the swirl flame, which is supposed to offer a hotter flame, wasn't exactly what I was hoping for. I'm not sure if mine was just broken, or if I was doing it totally wrong, but when I lit mine up I had to turn the gas on all the way for the flame to stabilize. That kind of defeats the purpose of having a variable nozzle. I noticed that if I didn't have the gas all the way open, my flame would sputter, like an old engine, and the flame would come out in rapid bursts. Once I turned the gas all the way on, the flame was so spread out at the base, and so dissipated just a few inches from the nozzle head, that I couldn't really do anything useful with it. Trying to solder pipes was very difficult because I had to hold the nozzle so close to the pipe that it was heating up too large an area and causing issues. If I held it any further away, the diffused flame wouldn't get enough heat to the pipe. I'm assuming this is what caused the plastic to melt, the fact that I had to hold the nozzle so close to the pipe, and the igniter housing is WAY too close to the nozzle head.
I tried melting some thick gauge copper wire (6 or 8 gauge), coiled tightly into a small space. I had been able to do this with my old torch, but had issues because the old torch didn't have a hose.Read more ›
I got a mild burn off this as it lit up under the igniter button and set my glove on fire which passed on to my shirt sleeve.. no fun when your two stories up on a ladder and you catch fire! Other then that is probably ok, keep in mind this is NOT for weed burning as the flame is too small. But great for general shop work and as you do not have to worry about tank position as it is on your belt. Good thing to also have is a adaptor to refill your small propane tank from a 5 gallon propane tank.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works as it should, just hate the part where i must open and close the valve everytimePublished 5 days ago by Himant Ramphul
Works well for scorching wood projects prior to finish, I don't have to support the weight of the LP bottle any longer, I'd like another 12-18" of hose length to make this... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Meema & Popo
I have used this torch a few times. It always lights when it should. It was easy to use straight out of the box. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Roeclan1
Torch works great. I would of given 5 stars. But the igniter fell off the torch and I had to put it back together.
Over all very happy with item