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    Gas fired soldering irons

    I have one and it's great for IWB sockets and other hard to reach things. This one looks like the dog's doofers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laserblazer View Post
    I have one and it's great for IWB sockets and other hard to reach things. This one looks like the dog's doofers.

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    I bought one last time it was on offer .. it it really very good! The only problem I've had is lighting it if it's a bit windy, but I guess that's the same for all Gas Powered devices .. lol ..

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    Oh @*** I paid full price (£40) just last week!

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    I have a similar one from Nimrod and its really good and been a great asset and I have a range of changeable nibs and tips for it Including a flame thrower one which is great for use in the kitchen

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    Not half bad! Hint though, avoid the Antex kit - bought one not very long ago and it failed within 10 minutes use.

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    I have a couple of the Iroda soldering irons, excellent bits of kit. The blowtorch is good for soldering battery terminals, the hot air for heat shrink.
    I use my Zippo to light it if it's windy.

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    rofl get someone else to do it works best for me ;-)



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