Free shipping. Item up for sale is a:. Genuine Hakko Soldering Station , Volts. ESD Safe.
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Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Did you miss your activation email? This topic This board Entire forum Google Bing. Hakko Print Search. Stormchaser Contributor Posts: 6 Country:. Hello everyone, long time lurker, but now I'm all legal and registered! I was hoping for a bit of help evaluating what I think was a great deal I snagged off eBay. I'll keep the price a secret for now and see what people think it is worth.
The condition of the tips seems to be The iron did unfortunately come with that super fine conical tip, so I'll have to pick up some other tips. I did a quick power on test and everything seemed to be in order, I have a couple of soldering projects that'll put it through a good test run.
So what do you think? Deal or dud? How much would you think this setup would go for? If anyone wants me to do that I'd be happy to take more better pictures and add them to the album. Also yes, I know those huge soldering tips won't go on the iron or the tweezers, they weren't in the listing and I have no idea why they sent them lol. The metcal stand adapter thing wasn't in the listing either, and I don't believe it's compatible with the base they sent.
That's ok though, I have another iron holder I can use as the base they sent seems to be more suited to the tweezers.
I'll make a separate post to see what you all think about that too! Big hint: it was spurred on by Dave's video about people complaining they can't get cheap scopes. Thanks saturation for the info on Flextronics , they sound like a good bedrock company.
Too bad they closed their contract electronics manufacturing plant in , it was just a short drive from me! But I'm glad to hear they seem to be doing well and winning awards so hopefully they'll be around for any calibration needs that might arise. I purchased the iron locally, so they must have some sort of satellite office around here! I did some desoldering practice with it, seems to work just great! I didn't time it but it seems like it hit temp within 30 seconds of turning on.
I can't believe I've been using a dinky 15w straight-to-mains radio shack iron, so embarassing! Since nobody else seems to want to take a guess, it was purchased for 69 USD and about 12 shipping, and then since it was a local purchase I did have to pay tax. Came to about 88 I think which seems like a steal to me! As Dave would say, Good on ya! Enjoy the treasure. There was an error while thanking.
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