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Hakko 40-Watt Soldering Iron Kit in Blue
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Hakko

40-Watt Soldering Iron Kit in Blue

  • 40W Economical, Slender And Lightweight Soldering Iron
  • Temperature Above 750°F, Includes Soldering Iron Holder And Tip
  • Ideal For Soldering Small Electric Parts And General Applications
$1676 /piece
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The Hakko BLUE 508 soldering iron produces temperatures over 750° Fahrenheit. The iron is ideal for general soldering applications, such as small electric parts and wiring connections. The Hakko 508 is a handy little soldering iron for all those smaller soldering applications around the home.

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  • 40-Watt soldering iron produces temperature above 750°F
  • Lightweight, slender hand piece for comfort and ease of use
  • Includes soldering iron holder, extra tip and solder wick
  • Ideal for soldering small electric parts and general soldering applications around the home
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Tips.......

Specs says tipS included. The photo shows only 1 tip inserted in device, but nothing more. How many and what type tips are included? If interchangeable tips are NOT included, can I purchase them and what is the item number to do so? Thanks
Asked by: redrider
An extra pointed tip is included, identical to the one in the photo. A broader, spade-like tip would be useful.
Answered by: Toolhound
Date published: 2017-02-07

Where are your products made?

What country or state?
Asked by: Stewie
China
Answered by: Toolhound
Date published: 2017-02-07

Are there any of these soldering irons that use dual voltage

Asked by: Alvin
Hi Alvin, Thank you for your interest in Hakko Products! The Hakko soldering irons are all 120V. If you have any further questions please let me know. Thank you and have a Happy Hakko Day!
Answered by: American Hakko Products
Date published: 2016-10-01
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40-Watt Soldering Iron Kit in Blue is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been using this to weld plastic and it has worked quite well. When using it for this purpo... I have been using this to weld plastic and it has worked quite well. When using it for this purpose, you have to be careful as the iron is supposed to heat up to 750 degrees + and will burn right through the plastic if held in one spot for too long. The small, pointed tip is perfect for repairing hairline cracks...An additional broad tip would be useful for repairing broader gaps with plastic rods and/or wire mesh, though I've used the iron to do that with success. And it heats up pretty quickly. All in all, I'm pleased with its performance. You don't need to spend a big amount of money to repair plastic. This is one of those tools that can be used for something other than what it was originally intended for.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not what I expected. Tip is so small it won't... Not what I expected. Tip is so small it won't melt the threads.
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hakko 508 small but mighty I used to do my soldering with Weller WD1002 ($350) but I sold that and wanted to have something for occasional use for my electronics hobby. So at first I bought Hakko 503 (60 watts)which I bought right here at HD. But as soon as I saw it I realized that that is not for electronic(circuit) repair but is for more heavy duty stuff like motors and etc.. So I ordered Hakko 508. I'm really glad I did. Hakko 503 (40 watts) is perfect for circuit and small to medium electronic repair and has enough power to do the job but it is not too hot to damage the electronic components. It comes with 2 tips and small stand. tip quality is very good considering the price of this Iron. I like the fact that this iron is not huge so I can work in a tight places. If you buy this iron, you need to plug it in and wait for 5 minutes for the manufacture oil in this iron to burn completely but this is only on the first time.. I really love this Iron, I just hope it last long. But on the first day, It has already paid for itself for me.
Date published: 2014-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good for the money I've used this iron a few times now, to solder up a 20 guage wire harness for a car and to replace some capacitors on an old Macintosh PCB. Worked great, heats up fast and includes a spare pointy tip. Ideal for occasional use on these types of projects. First time you fire it up there is some smoke, this is just the lubricant used during assembly burning off. I tinned the tip and went to work and never saw the smoke again. Can't beat it for the money.
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great. I used this on an automotive circuit board, the Body Control Module to be specific.... Worked great. I used this on an automotive circuit board, the Body Control Module to be specific. As mentioned in other reviews, let it heat up first and it will burn off the residue on the gun. Comes with de-solder too.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does what it should Nice little package. Worked perfect on small resistors. Warning....first use, let it heat up outside for 15-20 min to burn off whatever carcinogenic death vapor it spews. Then its fine!
Date published: 2015-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for tight circuit boards in home electronics Found this a great value for quick soldering of loose resistor component on board of a Energizer Battery recharger (NiMH). Saved me $30 to order a new one.
Date published: 2015-05-19
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