SainSmart Pro32 Soldering Tool Set

SainSmart Pro32 Soldering Tool Set

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The SainSmart Pro32 is a smart quick-heating soldering iron with a lightweight design. The shell is made from polycarbonate plastic with a 304 stainless steel embedment for inserting soldering tips Read More
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very good for soldering in the field
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Would recommend to a friend.
bgohsman
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Apr 12, 2019
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So far, I've only had an opportunity to use it once. But it performed just fine. I will likely only be using this on very small, fine components with fairly thin solder, and it is perfect for that.
ZiggyInc
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Oct 17, 2018
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I used this Iron exclusively due to a lost power stand for my Weller. I built a Bob Heil pineboard radio, and this Iron heated up in seconds, turned itself off when not in use, and warmed up hot enough to use leadfree solder for weeks on end. It is an outstanding tool, and I will be buying a second for guests to use.
gurustave
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Oct 17, 2018
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Small, heats up quick, holds temp, nice display, and doesn't get too warm, even under extended use periods. Plus I can run it off a lipo or other battery source. Almost a full replacement for a desktop iron station.
xXRedDragonXx
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Oct 5, 2018
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Heats up very quickly, holds a good temperature, and is very small and portable. Great for running off a lipo pack, especially good for field work in that regard. It's also good for surface mount soldering if you use a smaller tip. It's really light-weight which is good for keeping it steady. One thing I recommend is to get a better power supply than the one is included in this kit. The supply I received was very cheap quality and broke after only a few days of usage, however I have been using a 65w supply that I salvaged from a projector.
Heat1138
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Jul 10, 2018
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