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Thanks for adding the PCB option.
But I prefer a soldered option as well because I don't have the tools to do the soldering.
Anyway, I have updated my order with the PCB option, and hope I can figure a way to do the soldering later.
It is not cheap...It is like the price of buying the switch tester alone...
$20 bucks is too much? Seriously? If you're really that hard up for cash, you probably shouldn't be on this website...
The soldering iron is an incredibly useful tool and the ability to solder will pay for itself as soon as you repair one thing on your own. It's not like this keypad is its only application, you should be able to find plenty of uses for a soldering iron. And of course, you can't put a price on the knowledge and the feeling of accomplishment.
It's a nice tool and anyone who wants to call themselves an enthusiast should own one.
Ask to borrow a set from a friend. Buy some cheap electronics kit to practice on. A good temperature controlled iron is easier to use.