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MINI TS100 Digital OLED Programable Interface DC5525 Soldering Iron Station Built-in STM32 Chip - $39.99

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Found a hot sale iron, at a good price during the 11th anniversary.
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572 Reviews and a 5.0 star rating.

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An internal heating intelligent CNC soldering iron, lightweight design, easy to assemble or disassemble and storage,
highly effective heating element and simple control interface, is indispensable tools for electronic worker.
Work between DC12-24V, with OLED screen, temperature adjustment buttons, external power independently, up to 300 ℃ just need as low as 10 sec.
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Very good iron with great reviews. Wonder why it didn't pop up in the search results when I searched "anniversary".
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Neat concept. But not really good for much but light use/ small components with low thermal mass.
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I like that this display current temperature so I can have more control
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Damn I just went down the rabbit hole on youtube. Looks like fpv drone enthusiasts and other people who solder love it.
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I use this daily and love it. Great yes for small work, goes good with my WXP 200 Weller I have.
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I've had this thing for over a year. I love keeping it in my bag. Instead of using my regular Surface Book power supply, I bought a universal power supply with an adaptable tip so that I always have this available. However, it is very true that if you have something with high thermal mass, this is not going to cut it. But I recently modified a belt clipped 7.4V battery pack that uses two 18650s for a surgical headlight using only this for all board soldering. The design is sleek as well. Oh, I will mention that right off the bat I bought the thin tip for it and never put in the screw to secure the replacement tip in place so I can interchange them if necessary. Hope ya'll enjoy this thing... Wish they made a carrying case for it. Used a waste piece of tube and a metal pencil box to put it in.
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Super nice iron. This store has some great prices on a lot of stuff. I'll defiantly be bookmarking this site.
Thanks for posting. I even like the name! Smilie
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Neat concept. But not really good for much but light use/ small components with low thermal mass.
Actually this thing can pump out a lot of heat.
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Neat soldering iron and the reviews are pretty impressive. I laughed when I first saw it/some features it has...but after watching some videos and reading up more it actually is a nice device it seems (I like the idle temp, auto shut off). If I didn't already have a decent soldering station I would grab this
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Can this act as your primary soldering iron without issue? Just purchased Hakko fx880d for $80 but I might return for this.
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Can this act as your primary soldering iron without issue? Just purchased Hakko fx880d for $80 but I might return for this.
Hakko one definitely better. Plus you can have large selection choices for the tips. You can have this one as backup or light work tool.
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Actually this thing can pump out a lot of heat.
You'd have to supply 24V @ 2.7A to put out the 65W and have a quality tip with good thermal mass. I do a fair amount of soldering. I'm not sure I'd want to use this for my primary iron. Doesn't look very comfortable to use. Also seems like it might develop a problem with the power jack with a lot of use.

I'd like to see a high quality, fast recovery soldering station which uses cartridge tips for the workbench at a reasonable price. Reliability and quality of Chinese made soldering stations has been a problem in the past. Poor plating on the tips etc. basically poor quality all around. When you use a tool every day it has to work well every time you turn it on.
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