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Had this for about 4 months. A very small part of the angle bevel tip broke (still pointy). Still usable. Heres some info on the solder. 20 Shipped.


Heats Quickly And Cools Down Nearly As Fast



Fits in tool box
and can go anywhere. Separate light allows for easy visual inspection. Great for on-the-spot
small jobs.

The Cold Heat Soldering Tool is an battery-powered device that quickly heats and cools and makes soldering jobs faster and easier. It creates the heat right in the proprietary tip material, making the tool 20 times more efficient than the average conventional soldering iron. The instantaneous heating, up to 800°F in about 1 second, and cooling, cools to the touch in about 3 seconds, makes the soldering tool fast and safe to use. People who use the Cold Heat Soldering Tool are far less likely to burn themselves and there is no loss of productivity due to waiting for the tool to warm up. The sleek ergonomic cordless design is aesthetically pleasing, and will look great in any home toolbox or workbench.


Handles up to 18-20
gauge solder wire. Sharp point allows
for detail work. Flat face provides
grater heat transfer.

50° Angle Bevel Tip Applications:

To be used for most applications, this tip provides dual functions:
A sharp end for fine soldering of electronic components,
small wiring (21-25 ga.), and other PCB work.
A flat face for situations when more heat transfer is required between the tip and larger parts, as in the soldering and tinning of larger wires (18-20 ga.), electrical components, small pieces of metal such as alligator clips, etc.


 

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How many tips does this include? Are they universal? if not whats the best place to purchase addtional ones?
 

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jdmgear said:
How many tips does this include? Are they universal? if not whats the best place to purchase addtional ones?
Just one, dunno if its universal but its good quality. If you want more tips, you can prob get them at Home depot, ebay, or any hardware store or any store that sells electronic stuff.
 
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