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Old 09-04-2004, 06:07 PM   #1
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Interesting Product....Cold Heat Soldering Tool...wireless!

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I don't recall exactly what I was doing..but my attention was brought to the TV where a commercial was on about this little gadget.

Cold Heat Soldering Tool heats up to 500 degrees in less than 1 second and cools in 1-5 seconds so you can put it away without waiting. Cold Heat Soldering Tool is cordless and creates the heat only on the tip making the tool 20 times more efficient than the average conventional soldering iron.

Cold Heat Soldering Tool is easy to use with its ergonomic shape and cordless operation. The replaceable bevel tip is included along with a convenient carrying case. Cold Heat Soldering Tool is great for electrical, hobbies, and light PCB work. Uses 4 AA batteries (not included).

Handles up to 18-20
gauge solder wire.

Heats and cools almost instantly
Independent lighting function
Replaceable tip included
Very safe--tip hot only during active soldering
Tip heat indicator
Over 700 joints per battery pack
Uses 4 "AA" batteries*
Great for electrical, hobbies, and light PCB work
Goes any where you do!
Works with any regular solder 18-25 ga.

I saw the guy in the commercial go from soldering to landing her on his finger right after and didn't melt into his hand... and thats what brought my attention to the tv..I was waiting for blood curling cry..but yet...nothing!

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Old 09-04-2004, 07:07 PM   #2
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I have had one of these to use and they are garbage. Great for soldering small stuff like resistors on a board but ot good for 14 gauge wire. As I said it was great for the small stuf but plan on going through alot of the tips, they had a habit of exploding.

Stick with the old faithful solding iron of old, how often do you need to touch the tip when your just finished soldering anyway. If you do want to get fancy get an iron with a light on it.
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