|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.4 x 5.5 x 2.7 inches|
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|Item model number||MT-76|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited 1-year warranty|
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Master Appliance Triggertorch 3-in-1 Heat Tool with Soldering and Hot Air Tips
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- Removable, stable base, ideal for table top or hand-held use with 2 hour runtime
- Cordless, portable and featuring hands-free slide lock for continuous use and instant off operation
- Ideal to heat parts, ignite materials, melt plastic, shrink tubing, solder & desolder, terminate specialty connectors and more
- Butane-powered and adjustable temperatures up to 2500 degrees Fahrenheit with easily replaceable heating elements for user-friendly maintenance
- Temperature and power ratings: up to 2500-Degree Fahrenheit/1300-Degree Celsius.
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Cordless and completely portable, the Triggertorch 3-in-1 Heat Tool with gas adjustment wheel is a versatile and convenient solution to providing adjustable broad or pinpoint blue torch flame to any project. This handy butane-powered torch operates as a soldering iron, hot air tool and brazing torch and features a removable base that can be used on table tops or in hand and includes an ergonomic handle to ensure a non-slip grip and prevent hand fatigue. The self-igniting electric ignition is easy to start and eliminates the need for a lighter or match. Unique shutter lever easily extinguishes ignition flame if using optional soldering or hot air tip attachments. Hands-free slide lock allows for continuous use with instant-off operation and durable, refillable plastic fuel tank that allows for a 60 minute runtime. Temperatures up to 2500 degrees Fahrenheit perfect for high powered, long term heat applications. Comes standard with soldering and hot air tip attachments. High temperature and power ratings: Up to 2500-Degree Fahrenheit/1300-Degree Celsius. Meets Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) Child Safety Requirements. Tool Dimensions: 6.5" H x 3.8" W x 1.3" D. Approx. Operating Time: 2 hours. Net Weight Tool: 8 oz. Shipping Weight Tool: 1 lb.
Top customer reviews
I wish I could say the solder iron worked as well as the heat gun or torch, but sadly it's a little underpowered. You can get it to work, but not as quickly or strongly as one would hope. If you do need to solder with this, you can silver the tip first from a thin strand of solder and then it'll slowly melt any other solder it touches. Definitely not as good as an electric.
I should have listened to the guy who said it sucked for soldering, cause...well, it sucks for soldering. I splice wires together on occasion for my work and I wanted an all in one solution to solder and then shrink the tubes. Soldering is a joke. I immediately abandoned this POS and went back to my isotip for the soldering. What's more, it's not great for heat shrink either, especially considering it's size. Way, way overpriced for what I ended up getting... a dust collector.
This Master Appliance comes with heads that slide over the hood with difficulty and do not fit tightly. The ceramic element is a separate, fragile piece that I almost lost opening the package and shattered before getting either of the heads working. I guess I am not using two of the three torch functions. There is a separate step for heating the ceramic that the MagTorch does not require. Finally, the flame adjustment uses only about 1/8th turn of the provided wheel's displacement. The only advantage I see is the flame may be a bit larger.
Immediately after initially submitting this review, I discovered where the ceramic element was suppose to be placed. I cannot falt Master Appliance too much for not showing this in their instructions because my MagTorch came with practically no instructions. I guess the manufacturers of these devices just assume you can figure out how to use them. If the element had already been in place, I would never have known it existed.
The reason I bought the Master Appliance torch is that my MagTorch torch did not light every time, especially with the heads on. Still, I have to give the nod to the MagTorch. The heads are screwed on using a plastic hood that allows you to change heads even when they are still hot and it is half the price.