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Bernzomatic ST2200T Butane Micro Torch


ST2200T Butane Micro Torch

  • Perfect for precision light soldering and hobby work
  • Features a built-in push-button igniter
  • Includes micro flame torch and soldering tip
$2597 /each
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Product Overview

Designed for precision work including fine soldering, jewelry repairs, craft projects and heat shrinking wire, the Detail Torch for hobby and household use features three interchangeable settings: fine soldering, hot air blower and pinpoint flame. An electric ignition makes lighting quick and easy, an adjustable flame control knob allows for a fine-tuned precision flame, and continuous flame lock keeps the torch lit while in use.

  • 3 interchangeable settings: fine solder, hot air blower and pencil flame
  • Trigger ignition easily ignites and extinguishes flame
  • For use with butane fuel, such as the bernzomatic 5.5 oz. butane cylinder
  • Pinpoint flame for detailed work
  • Continuous flame lock keeps torch lit
  • Adjustable flame control easily sizes flame for different applications
  • CPSC approved child resistant ignition
  • Limited 3-year warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

does it come full of fuel?

Asked by: puccaj
Answered by: Frank
Date published: 2017-02-21

is a way to control temperature to this torche

is a way to control temperature on this torch, o maybe any attachment to
Asked by: felix
on the right top palm side of the handle or support of the tool.
Answered by: Speed
Date published: 2017-03-26

can this product solder sterling silve?

Asked by: eieo
Yes,this will solder sterling silver,just make sure you use the correct paste for silver or it won't adhere to the silver content. You can contact your local welding supplier for the paste.
Answered by: Speed
Date published: 2017-06-04

Will the frame on this torch melt after being left on to long?

Asked by: ThisGuy74063
NO,it is well insulated from the housing and cool to the touch after 1 hour or so when the butane runs out of fuel.
Answered by: Speed
Date published: 2017-03-26
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Customer Reviews

ST2200T Butane Micro Torch is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 86.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have somewhat extensive experience using assorted brands of torch lighters various price ranges... I have somewhat extensive experience using assorted brands of torch lighters various price ranges. I just bought one of these today, and so far it works great. It has nice features for the price. The Bernzomatic decal came off easily, which could be good or bad depending on your opinion of decorative stickers. This torch is not the same quality that you'd get with a Blazer, for example, but it works as advertised and I would consider it to be mid-range in both price and performance. I like the fact that the base is screwed on, unlike cheaper similar models. Extra star for the soldering and heat gun attachments. Now, about some of the reviews for this torch. It's a good thing that some of you returned it, because you'd have probably ended up hurting yourselves or others with it. Here are some tips: 1. It is easily operated with one hand. First use your thumb click on the safety switch, which locks in place. Then move your thumb slightly upwards and depress the round blue button. 2. Bleed the air out of the tank before filling it with butane. 3. If it doesn't ignite the first time you click the button, try holding it down halfway for a second until you hear a hissing sound, then press the rest of the way. This ensures that there is adequate butane around the igniter. Also, it helps if the flame controller is turned up when lighting. You can adjust the flame once it's lit. 4. Some of you are probably wondering what the blue slidey-thing on the top does. It is not a safety device. This switch changes the flame from the thin, pencil-type to a wider, Zippo lighter-type flame which is less likely to singe your hair or skin when lighting a cigarette, for example.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Using it for art work. It's hard to start and the lock button doesn't always work. I would retu... Using it for art work. It's hard to start and the lock button doesn't always work. I would return it if I could.
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's just OK I bought mine about 3 months ago & have used it for soldering, heat shrink & heating up metal. Their has been times of difficulty of igniting. I'm happy with the results of its use on the projects I've used it on. My issues with it is; 1) the soldering tip. Lost it & can't find where to buy a replacement tip. It's small & easy to lose. 2) when you have all 3 tips connected for soldering & you need to remove any tips to change your work... IT'S HOT! You better have a good pair of gloves (but that makes it difficult) or wait till it cools. 3) now I've noticed when heating for more then a few minutes with soldering tip on or heat tip on. The torch gets hot & the heat generated inside of heat tube, it also heats up the plastic igniter toward the rear and eventually melts it.
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for heating. It does what it's supposed to do. Heats well doesn't get too hot.
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I own three different ones... one is a Blazer brand, this Bernzomatic, and one from Harbor Freigh... I own three different ones... one is a Blazer brand, this Bernzomatic, and one from Harbor Freight--- that is also in descending price order as well. With that, the Blazer continues to be top notch for me. Easy to start, easy to control what kind of flame I need, and no issues after 10+ years of use. I had bought one of the orange ones from HF for work--- it works OK, but became increasingly harder to control the flame and to start... and have since made it a backup unit if all else fails. So I bought one of these Bernzomatic's to replace the one at work. First I give it a 1-1/2 star reduction for the safety interlock. Ridiculously small tab that requires strong fingernails to use , spring is too hard, and I have to always try several times as it never starts on the first click. And then repeat each time? Furthermore it is technically easier to start with two hands than one. Not happening. So for me, I modified it by taking it apart and removing the entire safety interlock so that I can simply just push the button to start it. That was it's saving grace as if I could not do something about it, I would have returned it. The other 1/2-star is for the flame intensity/ slide on the top of the unit... it is spring loaded ?!?! My others rotate and allow you to leave it in position, not this one. Fortunately most of the time a full flame works fine for me. My only use is for electrical shrink tubing in control cabinets. When it comes to wiring sleeves of shrink tubing again and again but not all at once, a torch works better than a mini electric heat gun. In the end, it works, but I definitely prefer my Blazer unit hands down. Yes it is twice the price, but well worth it as it has proven itself to me. Also as far as the modification--- that is my choice as I do not worry about anyone else using the device... you have to make decisions for yourself if you choose to even think about it. Also in response to another review about filling issues.... all I have to say is that I own these as well as two different expensive butane powered soldering irons and several cheap refillable lighters for grills, candles, etc.... They all behave the same.... fill it until it starts to spit out butane. Been this way for decades!
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this tool. It's relatively small and easy to fit into tighter spots, and I've used it for... I love this tool. It's relatively small and easy to fit into tighter spots, and I've used it for both plumbing and electrical soldering. The only issue I had was that Home Depot seems to no longer carry the fuel for this. It seems like a pretty substantial oversight.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I liked the soldering tip adapter. I used this a lot doing my RC battery end plugs where it requi... I liked the soldering tip adapter. I used this a lot doing my RC battery end plugs where it requires at least 900 degrees of heat to solder the 10 - 12 gauge wires onto the XT60 plugs. I used it also for all my heat shrink tubing's and the best of all,it's portable and I don't have to worry about looking for a 110 volt plug IN.The product is well built and has never lost any butane that was not used from the last session of the projects. I bought one that was similar,but it was not as well built and it felt a little cheap and plastic and it lost pressure of fuel of butane that was used during the processing . Now when I do go to the field or do some automotive soldering,this is my go kit with all my electrical tools that is needed.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good little tool Works for my needs. Sometimes you do have to press button a couple times before it clicks in and lights. Seems to be affected by position you hold the nozzle while attempting to light. Other than that works well.
Date published: 2017-04-18
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