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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
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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.
  • Integrated ignition trigger for easy startup (no independent ignition tool required)
  • Variable temperature and flame control features for both torch and flame operation
  • Flame lock switch for simplified operation on extended use projects
  • 9-piece kit offers versatile accessory range
  • Attachable base for hands-free operation

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Fuel TypePropane GasPropane GasPropane GasPropane Gas
Torch Head TypeRigidRigidRigidRigid
Torch Cooling MethodNo Cooling MethodNo Cooling MethodNo Cooling MethodAir Cooled
Product Depth (in.)2 in2.75 in3 in11.5 in
Product Height (in.)13 in23.75 in38.25 in5.4 in
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Product Depth (in.)2 inProduct Height (in.)13 in
Product Width (in.)7 in


Fuel TypePropane GasIncludedTips,Torch
Product Weight (lb.)0.5 lbReturnable90-Day
Torch Cooling MethodNo Cooling MethodTorch Head TypeRigid

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Manufacturer Warranty2 year warranty

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  • 94%recommend this product
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Love this torch
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This is a fabulous torch for silversmithing. I went to this torch, instead of my jewelers torch for most of my projects. This is very portable an no extra tanks to carry around.
    • Recommended
    Dremmel lighter
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      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I was surprised how hot this gets. This also holds a lot of butane for a long burn. Not to mention very portable. This is the perfect torch for silversmithing small projects. I prefer to use this than my jewelers torch.
        • Recommended
        [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this for Jewlery making but it’s extremely versatile and can be used both as a butane torch and even a soldering iron with the included attachments.
          • Recommended
          Versatile Tool!
          [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This versatile VersaFlame Hot Gas Burner comes in a metal box and 8 parts/accessories in it. This is my second burner and the best one so far. The burner is easy to use, easy to fill up and accessories are easy to mount on and off. Used it to solder a lose wire on a tiny circuit board and it did the job perfectly. The flame diffuser attached soldering tip heat up fast and easy to handle. Since the kit comes with tin and sponge, I don’t need to dig out my stuff from the messy man cave to complete the job. The deflector is handy, too bad I don’t use the heat shrink tubing often. But I will try it to the heat shrink wrap for batteries that I need to replace often. Overall, this torch is reliable and a great tool for most people!
            • Recommended
            Awesome multi-tool for any tool box/home workshop
            [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I have used the Versaflame for a little over 3 weeks now. First for anyone reading this review, please be aware that this does not ship with any fuel and will require that you purchase butane that is readily available at any hardware store. I already had some butane available from a separate tool purchase. Upon opening the packaging I could not help but notice how well of a presentation Dremel created with the case that this was sent in. Attached are photos of the case that the tool came in along with the inside of the case showing just how everything has its only special spot and does not just roll around with in the case. I quickly took the Versaflame out of the packaging and filled it and attempted to use it without reading the instructions. Please do not do what I did. I ran into some trouble trying to ignite the tool and had to read the very short and concise instructions on how to properly use the Versaflame. Turns out I did not have the air flow valve open. Totally my fault. I tinker on my motorcycle here and there, and had a little electrical project wiring a new tail light and turn signals into the bike. What a hassle it would be to have to solder these items into the bike worrying about a standard corded soldering tool. The butane soldering tip heats up almost immediately and does very well heating wires up to allow solder to flow and make the proper connections. Working in the tight confines of a motorcycle I noticed the kind of confidence this tool gives you because it feels like an extension of your hand due to how ergonomic it is. After soldering the different wires I allowed the soldering tip to cool down and connected the hot air attachment to heat up shrink tubing for the wires I had just soldered. I must also note that it comes with this handy stand that allow you to sit it down and not have to worry about it rolling away somewhere. This tool allowed me to make very clean and professional looking connections. I always like looking at the cooking channel and decided to attempt to make Creme Brulee. After making my base and allowing them to cool for some hours it was time to add the sugar topping. Upon starting the process of making the burnt sugar topping I really like how much control I had over how fast or slow I was able to get the sugar to burn. By about the third cup of creme brulee I was rotating the cup and making the crispy sugar toppings perfectly. This is not something I would have normally attempted but since I had the multitool sitting in my garage, I thought it may be a good time to test this tool out for something else other than what I intended to use it for. Overall I am very impressed with the Versaflame and recommend it for any "weekend warrior" like myself that find themselves doing various projects around home and even work. The quality of this tool is top notch and I will be getting another one to have at my office.
              • Recommended
              Dremel VersaFlame 2200
              [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am very impressed with this, compact torch. It comes in a sturdy metal case and nicely organized. This little torch comes with attachments for soldering, a tip for wood burning, a blower for heating, a deflector for shrink-tubing, and a handy stand. Unlike, some butane torches, the Dremel VersaFlame 2200 is easy to fill, using refined gas for cigarette lighters. This torch has a few safety features, unlike other, inexpensive butane torches. The first job I gave the Dremel VersaFlame 2200, was silversmithing. I love the convenience of this, read-to-go, compact torch. No hassling with hoses and gas tanks (propane or MAPP/oxygen). The torch comes with a built-in piezo lighter, eliminating the striker to light the torch. Another, important feature, is the ability to lock the torch in, such that the ignition button doesn’t need to be held in. This feature is very important for longer, flame use. I was able to silversmith 11 pairs of earrings on one fill-up and was surprise that there was gas in the torch, when finished. The Dremel VersaFlame 2200 size/design, makes it easy and comfortable to hold, for those delicate soldering angles. The convenient, flame control, gave the proper heat control, to prevent melting a bezel (low) and enough heat to fuse the earring settings (low-med). The torch was powerful, enough, to melt the silver scraps, to make decorative balls. The next project, was a plaque for a family member. I attached the flame diffuser and soldering tip and was able to finish all but one letter on the same tank fill. I was amazed at how long the Dremel VersaFlame 2200 lasted on one tank fill (11 pairs of earring – 1.5 days of use and most of the wood burning). Next, the blower was attached to burn the edges of the plaque. I was hesitant to try this, but using the easy flame control lever, the plaque wasn’t overly burned. I am extremely impressed with the Dremel VersaFlame 2200. It is easy to use, convenient, and compact…ready to go at an instants notice. The Dremel VersaFlame 2200 stands up the Dremel’s dependable name.
                • Recommended
                You hold a torch to my heart!
                [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Dremel's Versa Flame 2200 is one of the easiest torches I have ever had the pleasure to use. Upon opening the good looking tin box I was immediately amazed by the contents, all laid out nice and neat. With easy to use instructions. The very first thing I used it for was a spot soldering job on my Grandson's slot car. Not sure what else I will make, but the cold has affected some of our plumbing and I am sure the torch will get a lot of use as I repair it. (Update: Works great for plumbing jobs as well, again the size is the key to it's greatness) I will say to those afraid to use a regular torch. This torch is what you need. It is simple easy to use and effective, if you can refill a butane cigarette lighter, you can use this torch. It refills exactly like a lighter and the flame is easy to control. The torch has many safety features which keep it from being turned on accidentally, especially important in homes with children. Its small size means you can get into areas a larger propane torch simply just cannot do. It sits in the hand comfortably, the flame is adjustable with little effort. The included attachments can cover just about any torch job you can think of, and the solder was included. and it stores in it's own box.
                  • Recommended
                  Nice little Torch
                  [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Just got the VersaFlame and promptly filled it up with butane. It fired right up as I expected. Nice tight coned flame! I also like the small size instead of a big bulky bottle. I soldered some wires together for electrical in my car and I also heated up a rusty old bolt to help break it free. Overall impressed with this little torch so far. Only time will tell, but with Dremel Quality I expect many years of trouble free operation. It came in a nice tin to keep everything nice and neat in my toolbox and comes with some nice attachments even comes with solder and a cleaning sponge. I look forward to many projects using my little Dremel torch tool.
                    • Recommended
                    Handy torch, but finding butane can be a hassle
                    I have a large propane / MAPP torch, but I thought it would be handy to have one of these smaller torches, thinking the small size and different attachments might be convenient to have around for smaller projects. I've never purchased or used one of these butane torches before, so I didn't realize they didn't come with fuel. The torch is shipped empty, the kit doesn't come with fuel, and the instructions offer no information about what type of butane refill to purchase. I suspect this sounds silly, but having never owned a refillable butane lighter, and having never refilled a lighter, I knew nothing about the butane canisters needed to refill this Dremel torch. I figured out that this torch uses butane lighter refill canisters, so I tried to shop online to buy some. But Home Depot doesn't appear to carry them online or in store. I checked several other web sites for local stores, and none of them appear to carry the butane canisters. I then went to a few large home goods stores and asked the employees if they carried the butane canisters. The employees stared at me blankly, having no idea what I was talking about. The closest I got was an employee who knew what lighter fluid was, and handed me the yellow bottle of lighter fluid, which was comical. In short, the butane lighter refill canisters are not a common item these days, so I gave up trying to buy them locally. I then tried ordering the butane canisters online and having them shipped, but presumably due to the flammability, many sites won't ship them, even though they are listed for sale. I finally went on the auction web site, and was able to order a 4 pack of the canisters, and now I have to wait a week to receive them. In the meantime, I was able to use a butane canister used for small stoves to partially fill the torch. The tip on the large butane canisters does not properly seal with the Dremel, so the fuel leaks, but I got enough fuel in to test the torch. Apparently there are some tip adapters that will let you use the larger butane canister to work with the lighter style refill port. The torch is well made, with a very solid aluminum tank, good quality tip and controls, and it seems to work well. However, the 'safety' latch feature is extremely annoying: You have to hold a lever with one hand while pressing the button to light the torch with the other hand. Once it's lit, a lever allows you to adjust the flame from low to high, and at full blast, the torch really puts out some heat. I think this will be handy for brazing in tight places, where a full size propane or MAPP torch won't fit. I'm curious to try the soldering tip as well, but I assume it will only be good in a pinch, and not as controllable as a proper soldering iron. The "blower" and "deflector" attachments may come in handy in place of a heat gun, such as for heat shrink tubing or uses outdoors where it would be a hassle to pull out an extension cord for my heat gun. So I like the torch and think it will come in handy, but surprisingly, finding butane fuel to use was more of a chore than I would have expected.
                    • Recommended
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