|Item Weight||1.58 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.7 x 4.7 x 1.2 inches|
|Item model number||USAE1-VTGEDS006AD-VD|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||6|
OMorc Desoldering Wick, Solder Sucker & Solder Braid (2.5mm Width, 1.5m Length) – Desoldering Vacuum Pump Solder Removal Tool
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Top-notch Quality. The solder sucker has an aluminum bronze frame and a high pressure vacuum which can remove solder from a printed circuit board effectively.
- Solder Wick Braid. The desoldering wick is 2.5mm wide and 1.5m in length. Weight: 0.4oz. With low residue design, this solder braid will help clean spare solder on the pin away to avoid short circuit, especially in small, hard to reach areas.
- Pure oxygen free copper wire, no clean flux for easy to use. The solder wick can help clean some residue flux and BGA thermal bonding pad too.
- Compact and Lightweight. Measuring 7.48''X0.79'', the desoldering pump can be used with only one hand, either your right or left hand.
- Solid Construction. The solder sucker has plastic backing to ensure stability.
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
Why Choose Us:
All Our Products are Produced under Strict Quality Inspection
Professional After-Sales Team
99% Positive Amazon Feedback
Suck the Solder Away Easily
The solder sucker measures 7.48"X0.79", which will fit your hands perfectly no matter if you are left-handed or right-handed. With metal body and high pressure vacuum, this desoldering pump can help you suck the solder away effectively.
Clean the Solder in Detail
2.5mm wide, 1.5m in length and 0.4oz in weight, the solder wick can clean the solder in some small or hard to reach areas. No clean flux, oxygen free copper wire. It will be a great accessory to remove the extra solder.
How to Use the Desoldering Pump
Step 1: Press the plunger down until it is been locked and you will hear a click;
Step 2: Make the tip of the soldering iron to the solder joint and allow the solder to become fully liquid;
Step 3: Move the tip of the pump next to the molten solder. Move the iron out of the way and immediately cover the liquid solder puddle with the pump's tip. Pull the trigger;
Step 4: Repeat this process if necessary.
How to Use the Solder Wick
Step 1: Place the wick over the solder you need remove and then just push the heated soldering iron tip onto the wick;
Step 2: Remove the wick once the solder has been absorbed;
Step 3: Cut off the used part of the wick;
Step 4: Repeat this process if needed
Compare with similar items
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
UPDATE: OMorc honored their guarantee and replaced my unit with an updated model that fixes all the above issues, the new model is a single barrel construction and has no threads, the replaceable tips use a quarter twist lock, and the plunger action is very smooth and latches every time. As they actually stand by their product, they deserve 5 stars.
The main problem I have with it is that the threads where the metal part screws over the plastic part are very shallow, and they quickly wore down to where they would pop apart under pressure of the spring. The cap where your thumb presses down the rod also came off at one point and I had to bend the rod up a big and put the cap back on.
Overall, I liked the usability of it while it worked, but it falls short on quality.
Seller contacted me to get a picture of the issue where the threads wore out on my sucker, stating that they wanted that information to send on to the manufacturer for reviewing for quality improvements.
They then sent me a replacement which actually seems to be of somewhat higher quality than the original. Instead of a shallow-threaded connection between the metal and plastic parts of the body, it has a push & twist design with 2 nubs that lock the parts together. Time will tell whether this design works better than the original I had, but it strikes me as a much stronger connection than the original threads because of how shallow they were.
Also, because it is necessary to open up the gun and clean it out now and then (I don't consider this a quality issue, just part of sucking solder up into it, and it's easy to do), this design makes that quicker to do. I'm very happy with the replacement, and that they sent me one at all.
By BT8850 on June 20, 2018
Also, the whick has no flux in it so it doesn't work at all. It is completely useless.
Don't waste your money.
I never used either of these tools in particular for desoldering, I've only used the basic turkey baster style tool which has always been a bit of a pain.
Needless to say i was amazed at how well this worked - heated up the solder pushed the button and bam, all solder sucked up. Super easy.
A couple of tips for the sucker:
- If you can't get the solder to melt with your iron, apply a little solder to it first - it will help conduct the heat into the existing solder.
- Ultimately, this thing is pretty much disposable and limited time use (which is fine for the price) - every couple joints you desolder you should take it apart and clean out the solder to keep it working.
The desoldering wick is good to have, but not as quick or effective other than removing solder from a flat surface (like removing splatter from something) - in my experience.
What worked best and fastest for my needs was just using fish tank air tubing to blow the solder clean out of the hole once it was melted. This kit is not really useful for removing machine welded header pins. I'm sure I'll find some better use for it later but it missed the mark for what I bought it for.