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Sears Craftsman Soldering Irons: 40w - $5.92, 30w- $4.42 - Other cheap solder accessories

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Thanks. Got 2 sets of the solder tips. Had $3 surprised points so got em for free! Big Grin
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Thanks. Got 2 sets of the solder tips. Had $3 surprised points so got em for free! https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...es/biggrin.gif
(Assuming you got the straight/wand-style tips) Do you know whether those tips would fit in the Weller wands (25 or 40 watt)?
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Does anyone else loath the performance of Sears site? Seriously one of the worst out there. I cant even complete the order most the time from the page expiring, only loading partially or just simply timing out.
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Does anyone else loath the performance of Sears site? Seriously one of the worst out there. I cant even complete the order most the time from the page expiring, only loading partially or just simply timing out.

Sears is pretty good. Never had any problems.

Now, Staples and Frys - now we can talk about technology starved stores.
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Does anyone else loath the performance of Sears site? Seriously one of the worst out there. I cant even complete the order most the time from the page expiring, only loading partially or just simply timing out.

I ordered the Craftsman tire tool last SD around, went through well but got cancelled at the last minute. Mad
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Without regulated temperature this is only good for crude garage soldering jobs.
You can find simple regulated iron on ebay for under $10.
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Does anyone else loath the performance of Sears site? Seriously one of the worst out there. I cant even complete the order most the time from the page expiring, only loading partially or just simply timing out.
I heavily block ads and their (spying) scripts on a browser level (and below) - Sears.com punishes me in no time with the symptoms you describe (and everything works OK with adblockers disabled)... Do you block their ads as well, because that's might be the reason?
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Picked up the 40W today, thanks OP! Been looking for a cheap one to do some small projects.
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Are these any good? I don't think anything less than 60W is really useful.
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Without regulated temperature this is only good for crude garage soldering jobs.
You can find simple regulated iron on ebay for under $10.
Can you suggest a good soldering iron. I am new to raspberry pi hobby and don't want to burn things.
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Does anyone else loath the performance of Sears site? Seriously one of the worst out there. I cant even complete the order most the time from the page expiring, only loading partially or just simply timing out.
This just adds to the numerous problems and other issues Sears has. Can't even maintain a decent functioning site? Sears approaching demise makes sense.
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I'm looking for something I can use on my Death Ray Project. Something I can blow the moon up at the next eclipse, if needed. Do I need the 60W soldering gun, or will 40w suffice?
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where to buy solder wire?
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where to buy solder wire?
I'm really surprised they don't sell solder or flux on the site. I wonder if they even sell it in the store anymore?

Does Harbor Freight sell thin gauge solder for these pencil style irons?
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