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Super

AdvantagesAffordable, easy to hold, effective.

DisadvantagesCould do with a safety feature

...First impressions I have owned my Weller Soldering Iron for quite some time now. I bought it many years ago and have used it on numerous ocassions. I didn't choose a soldering iron based on looks, and I cannot imagine anyone would do this either. I bought the soldering iron I could find at the time and I think I must have bought it from the type of store that Maplins is. They sell a wide...

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Excellent

“A rather heated point.”

published 18/03/2014

AdvantagesVersatile and easy to use

DisadvantagesThe replacement of batteries may be an issue for some.

...I do already have several soldering irons with a variety of tip shapes and sizes but none of these were ideal for what I wanted to do this time. I had several small lamps that had broken wiring/circuit board inside and I needed an iron that was not too powerful and I could use in a very confined space. So after a quick search on-line I found this. The Maplin Battery powered soldering iron...

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Excellent

AdvantagesEasy and safe to use, well designed, steam feature is very good

DisadvantagesNone from me

...I do not have the best of luck with irons, I remember writing this in a review once before and now that iron has given up on me, hence me writing a review on my new iron, a Phillips model, GC2920. To be fair, my last iron was a rather cheap product and I was not expecting great things and after a couple of years it just didn't want to iron anymore! The Philips model was purchased after I did...

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