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This is a great iron. I use it a lot to do shrink tube a lot. This is same price when I bought it a few months ago too but Def worth this price
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Is this a prime day deal?
No its not
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What's the difference between the two? What does one do the other doesn't?

Figure it might be useful to learn and be able to solder...
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No longer working, even all the way to checkout.

edit: Tried again and it works now. Thumbsup
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Worked for me.
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Worked for me.. Must be an active prime member
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Debating between this and Some battery ones like Weller, Hakko, or mulwalkee .

I think at the $25 this is a good deal for basic soldering. Temperature and heat time performance.

Anyone else ?
I'm no soldering whiz... but I've tried battery powered, and I've tried a butane powered one. Both failed miserably for me in regards to soldering. They just couldn't get my work hot enough to get the solder really bonded. Unless you can't possibly access a power outlet, just stick with electric.
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Deal works fine for me
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Debating between this and Some battery ones like Weller, Hakko, or mulwalkee .

I think at the $25 this is a good deal for basic soldering. Temperature and heat time performance.

Anyone else ?
As someone who's done a lot of hand soldering (as opposed to SMT/wave/oven) over the last 25+ years, some of it professionally back in the 90s, I'll say all those choices are crap. LMAO It's just that some is less crappy.

For simplicity and portability, you can't beat a cheap butane soldering iron. They have plenty of heat even for relatively heavy gauge wire, heat up fast, they're inexpensive, and 'recharging' takes a few seconds from a butane container. Plus most double as a mini blowtorch for heat shrink etc. I always have one in my toolbox even if I almost never use it. There's limited temp control and a much greater fire/burn risk. The battery powered ones I haven't used but from what I know they're underpowered, slow to heat up, and burn through batteries fairly quickly.

With that said, a decent temp controlled hakko iron is leagues ahead as long as you have access to power and >$100. If you're doing any kind of semi-regular work (replacing dead TV caps is a favorite) then this is by far a better option.

For 25 bucks this'll get the job done but it's no special deal either and gets pretty regularly posted. Just make sure you buy some good rosin core solder and tip cleaner. Technique is 75% of the game, but the 25% in the right tools makes a huge difference.
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Q: What is the difference between this and model LX-770?
A: The LX-770 is like a pencil grip and the LX-771 is like a pistol grip and has a little bigger tank.
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I'm no soldering whiz... but I've tried battery powered, and I've tried a butane powered one. Both failed miserably for me in regards to soldering. They just couldn't get my work hot enough to get the solder really bonded. Unless you can't possibly access a power outlet, just stick with electric.
In your case you probably need a solder station. You can adjust the temperature and the temperature stays constant.
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In your case you probably need a solder station. You can adjust the temperature and the temperature stays constant.
Do you have a recommendation on a good soldering station or hot air/combo station?
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Can I use this to build an iPhone 12?
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It's not working, coming up with 38$ ?
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