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  • All-in-one step solder and seal process
  • Solder seal connectors that can be used on wire AWG from 26 to 10
  • Dual-walled design - Outside Polyolefin tubing provides insulation and improves pullout strength; Hot Melt Adhesive & Solder inside ensures wires tightly connected and avoids wires slipping out of the terminal
  • The connector assortment includes:
    • White (AWG 26 – 24)
    • Red (AWG 22 – 18)
    • Blue (AWG 16 – 14)
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TICONN US via Amazon [amazon.com] has TICONN 150 PCS Solder Seal Wire Connectors, Heat Shrink Butt Connectors, Waterproof and Insulated Electrical Wire Terminals, Butt Splice (150PCS)

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As a Master Avionics Tech and Master Aviation Electrician, I have installed thousands of these types of splices - mostly on helicopters. They are superior to crimp type splices but have a learning curve. You have to take your time and let the heat penetrate the insulation shrink. If you do it right (a heat gun with an end which shapes the air around the spice works best) the solder will melt, and the bands on either side will seal the ends. The solder does melt at a lower temp but, as long as there is no stress on the wires (and really, there shouldn't be) it will not be a problem. (Um, cold joint? That's pretty funny considering.) Compared to crimp-type splices, these offer a much better connection, and they won't permit moisture to penetrate and corrode the joint. Helicopters are harsh environments, so I feel comfortable saying that your car or motorcycle should be fine.

Yeah, I've done a...but of soldering as well. More than most, in fact - but I still reach for these when I'm doing wire repair jobs...
There's no crimping involved with these. Their heat shrinking tubes with solder in the middle. Just stick the wires in from each end, ensuring they overlap in the middle, and use a heat gun (or hair dryer) to evenly heat the tube until the solder in the middle melts and the tube shrinks.
I was an aircraft electrician in the Navy. They literally trained us to use these on F-18s. I've never seen one fail. I've seen wire bundles get ripped in half and rebuilt with 50 of these on an aircraft carrier. Heat gun is preferred but a lighter will solder these up fine. Use the blue part of the flame and you get skilled at not burning them.

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It's a real pain trying to crimp both wires at once in the middle, while laying on your back under a dash with limited wire length in a harness. I much prefer the connectors with enough metal to crimp each side independently
There's no crimping involved with these. Their heat shrinking tubes with solder in the middle. Just stick the wires in from each end, ensuring they overlap in the middle, and use a heat gun (or hair dryer) to evenly heat the tube until the solder in the middle melts and the tube shrinks.
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I use these at work way easier than soldering and using shrink tubing for electronics.
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These things are magical
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Grabbed these for around $7 a few months back. Only used once, worked decent.
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Anyone know if this specific brand is Ok? I have previously received some crappy electrical connectors by buying the cheap china brand on Amazon. (I've also gotten good product.)
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Even cheaper with Subscribe and save
Items: $12.95
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Subscribe & Save: -$0.65
30SK1V4B: -$3.89
Subscribe & Save: -$0.65
Total before tax: $7.76
Estimated tax to be collected: $0.41
Order total: $8.17
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It's a real pain trying to crimp both wires at once in the middle, while laying on your back under a dash with limited wire length in a harness. I much prefer the connectors with enough metal to crimp each side independently
There is no need for a crimp here. You insert the wires then heat it up with a heat gun, the metal melts into the joint.
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Seems can order more than 1 and the promo code will multiply accordingly (I tested up to 5).

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I don't think any electricians would use these.
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