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Model #508-1/P

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
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Product Overview

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.
  • 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
8
Product Width (in.)
1

Details

Color Family
Blue
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Included
Tips
Power Source
Electrical Outlet
Returnable
90-Day
Soldering Product Type
Soldering Irons
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Wattage (watts)
40

Questions & Answers

4Questions9Answers

Is this an ESD model???

Asked by DbCooper January 21, 2018
1
Answer

Hello DBCooper, to answer your question, per our engineering team, "No this is not ESD Safe. The plug is only a two prong plug, so there is no connection to ground". We hope this is helpful to you in answering your question. Please visit our website: www.hakkousa.com to see our newest products. Thank you for thinking of Hakko

Are there any of these soldering irons that use dual voltage

Asked by Alvin September 30, 2016
1
Answer

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!

Where are your products made?

Asked by Stewie November 11, 2015
2
Answers

China

Tips.......

Asked by redrider November 16, 2014
5
Answers

An extra pointed tip is included, identical to the one in the photo. A broader, spade-like tip would be useful.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
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  • 91% recommend this product
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Fast delivery! Good general use soldering iron. Heats up quickly....
Fast delivery! Good general use soldering iron. Heats up quickly. Good soldering tip. Cleans up easily. Used the iron to solder 22g wire and 18. Tried to do 10g with an XT90, but it’s not hot enough.
by TheDMan
This a good tool....
This a good tool.
by Cha
1 person found this helpful
Good products. I use it for my DYI project
Good products. I use it for my DYI project
by Kim
1 person found this helpful
Works great for making holes in plastic pots for orchids....
Works great for making holes in plastic pots for orchids.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Heats up quickly. Make sure the first time you heat...
Heats up quickly. Make sure the first time you heat it up you do it outside, it will burn off oil for at least 15min. And get some solder on the tip asap as it will oxidize and be useless…I had to get some tip cleaner and a the brass wire pad to get it to work
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Good value. Perfect for smaller jobs.
Good value. Perfect for smaller jobs.
by easyr
When I plug the cable into power the first time, smoke rose up. I could not use it any more. Thou...
When I plug the cable into power the first time, smoke rose up. I could not use it any more. Though I asked a question to Hakko, I still have not received an answer from Hakko.
by young
Works exactly as intended.
Works exactly as intended.
by Aperfectgenius
1 person found this helpful
Good quality for the money. Would buy again. Like the...
Good quality for the money. Would buy again. Like the extra tip very much.
by Michael
Just like it was described: It's handy for some small to medium gage wire soldering. It has to be...
Just like it was described: It's handy for some small to medium gage wire soldering. It has to be plugged and "burned out" for about 5 minutes for its initial use. It takes about a minute or 2 to get to working temperature. I did some model train repair and some small electronics (bike head light) repairs and it dd the job well. For less than 20 bucks it's a keeper. The cord is a bit stiff and short. The iron is so light that it easy gets pulled by the cord and its kinda hard to stabilize in the working area when hot. It seems fragile, I do believe that if you drop it while it's cooking it will bust. None of these issues affect its performance and if you treat it nicely it should be a good tool for a while. Comes with a spare tip, desoldering wire, and a super cheesy but useful holder. Nice buy!
by Pesho
2 people found this helpful
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