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Dremel 2200 VersaFlame Multi-Purpose Tool Kit for Soldering, Pipe Fitting, Shrinking, and Culinary Brazing (9-Piece)
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2200 VersaFlame Multi-Purpose Tool Kit for Soldering, Pipe Fitting, Shrinking, and Culinary Brazing (9-Piece)

  • Integrated ignition trigger for easy startup
  • Ideal for hot knife cutting, soldering, wood burning and more
  • Includes blower, deflector, flame diffuser, soldering, and more
$4499 /each

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The Dremel VersaFlame multi-function butane torch produces variable temperature and is equipped with flame control features for both torch and standard flame operation. The VersaFlame is a highly portable tool that can be used for applications such as soldering, pipe fitting, shrinking and even culinary brazing. The VersaFlame also features a self-ignition button with safety lock, and a flame lock-on for continuous hands-free operation. The large tank capacity with standard butane gas allows for up to 75 minute run time. Kit contents include Versa Flame tool, storage case, blower, deflector, flame diffuser, soldering tip, solder, sponge, tins, and wrenches.

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how is gas replaced?

Asked by: Pete
THere is a small valve in the bottom of the tank. You push the nozzle of a Ronson, or comparable cigarette lighter refill butane container on to the little valve stem and you press for about 10 seconds. That's all there is to it.
Answered by: lilrabbit
Date published: 2017-05-31

What materials will it cut?

Asked by: Bryan
It is NOT a cutting torch. It will solder metal. It will shrink thermoplastics, it will carmelize stuff in the kitchen, but it is not a cutting torch.
Answered by: lilrabbit
Date published: 2017-05-31

Confusing Dimensions

Listed dimensions are confusing. What is the height of the unit from bottom to top when stood on a table? What is the width measured at the top from the end of the nozzle to the rear of the unit? Weight is just under 2 lbs.?
Asked by: Jim
On it's little stand it is about 8" tall. The length from front to rear is about 6"...longer if you install one of the attachments. The 2 pounds is the weight of the whole kit in it's metal storage box. On it's own, it's less than 16 ounces.
Answered by: lilrabbit
Date published: 2017-05-31
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2200 VersaFlame Multi-Purpose Tool Kit for Soldering, Pipe Fitting, Shrinking, and Culinary Brazing (9-Piece) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Jack of All Trades but Master of None Decent product for various usages. First off, this product comes in a sleek metal box to keep the tool secure and in order. I was a little overwhelmed at first because there are quite a few pieces to the tool but this is due to its multi-functionality. The options are endless as advertised. The tool can be used in the kitchen as well as in a plumbers pouch. I would have liked to see the tool itself have more of a rugged design. Aesthetically speaking, the design and feel of the tool felt as if it was designed more for a kitchen pantry rather than a garage. Overall, the flame was consistent and handle well for a small pipe fitting project.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from hot little guy Dremel has always been known for good products at a reasonable price. This torch is no different. It comes with many attachments, and for most people who buy it for a specific reason, the attachments won't be used except for the one they bought it for. It is very comfortable to hold, and compact enough for tight areas where a standard size torch won't work. The case it comes in is nice, but I don't think it will last long. The one thing I didn't like is that it doesn't come with ANY butane. Not even a small bottle. The box does say this, however it is in small writing on the edge of the box.
Date published: 2017-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great size This is a great compact tool but do not let the size fool you because this is a fully functioning compact lightweight blow torch that has many uses. From soldering copper pipes, shrinking wrapping electrical wires, to putting on the final touches to a great flaming dessert in the kitchen. The small size and professtional look make this a great looking kitchen tool but is mighty enough to take under the house to sweat copper piping in a confined space. Compact size but powerful enough to get any job that requires hot heat. Love this tool.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Quality Torch This torch is well-named; quite versatile. Filling the tank with fuel was simple, and lighting it was easy with a button located on the back portion of the unit. The kit comes with several fittings, including a soldering tip and a blower for shrink tubing and other uses. The blower did a good job of browning marshmallows for smores on Memorial Day! The kit includes a plastic base that fits on the bottom so the torch can stand upright when not in use, and all of the equipment stores in a form-fitted small metal box. Very nice!
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from very versatile heat tool This Dremel VersaFlame multi-function butane torch is very versatile with the applications that it can tackle. Producing a variable temperature and a flame control feature for both torch and standard flame functions it can handle everything from Solder to baking. Dremel has always been a top of the line company and this product is just that. The VersaFlame has safety features that are a bit of a learning process and you need two hands to keep it going until the on switch is engaged but after that it will stay lighted for as long as you have butane. The large tank capacity with standard butane gas allows for up to 75-minute run time. Kit contents include Versa Flame tool, storage case, blower, deflector, flame diffuser, soldering tip, solder, sponge, tins, and wrenches.
Date published: 2017-06-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought 3 for plumbing work that was in a terrible area, and I simply couldn't get a regular tor... I bought 3 for plumbing work that was in a terrible area, and I simply couldn't get a regular torch in close enough to sweat some pipe I knew it'd be underpowered being butane, so I bought 3 so that two of us could continuously heat a fitting. For 1/2 copper fittings, it did the job after quite a long time. On thicker brass fittings and even 3/4 pipe, two of these will not do the job. I finally did my work using a torch I borrowed that had 6 inches or so of hose before the nozzle and has a decent handle. I don't know if this is a product you can buy or was something my neighbor made by adding a short hose, sorry. I'm sure I'll find some use for it as a heat gun for electrical work that doesn't need power. I used it to good effect to clean steel that had a sticky residue from being taped all over. combined with a wire brush and a rag I cleaned a pretty large area in a short time. Isopropyl would have worked as well or better, but there's always 10 ways to do a job. I'm hoping I'll get more use out of these, I gave one to the wife for culinary brazing, which she will most certainly never do, but who knows. I could see the use of this for electrical work, but it's not an all in one by any means.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lights On The First Try This is a great set and has all you need to solder,heat shrink,melt or cut threw plastic. The kit has a nice metal case and comes with a good amount of solder. After you buy this product make sure you pick up a can of butane that can be found at Home Depot. The torch has a few safety features that can be tricky and plus you need two hands to keep it going until the on switch is turned on but after that it will stay lighted for as long as you need it.
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this little torch I've had a little "Super-Cub" mini torch for about 20 years and it's always been a useful, but very touchy little tool, a challenge to light, difficult to adjust, and prone to extinguishing itself. This tool is a massive improvement. It has a refillable tank and I found "Ronson" brand butane cartridges at the local grocery. Filling the tank was quick and easy. It's a powerful little torch with plenty of heat. I found it sufficient for soldering 1/2" copper with lead free solder. Adding the soldering iron tip turns it into a good tool for PTH circuit board work, and set up this way, it lights and heats up just as fast as my good Hakko iron. While I wont be getting rid of the Hakko, this torch will be great for quick electronics repairs. A piezo ignitor means I don't have to keep matches or a striker handy on my work bench. The heat gun attachment and deflector worked as expected for snugging up heat shrink tubing. The kit comes packed in a fitted metal storage box and they include a tip cleaning sponge, a tube of solder, and a little spanner for attaching the soldering iron tip. The flame is adjustable and the torch can be used in a "push to light, release to extinguish" mode, or the flame can be locked on and adjusted to your preference and return to that heat setting consistently. There is a bit of a trick to lighting the torch...child proofing I guess...but it's easy to light if you read the directions.
Date published: 2017-05-31
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