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Old 04-30-2008, 12:18 PM   #1
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Hey Guys,
Where can you buy this kind of Soldering Iron and the Soldering Stand?
Is it available online that ships international?
How many watts is this? 110v or 220v?
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!



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Old 04-30-2008, 12:34 PM   #2
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Not and exact replacement but good non the less http://www.bulldawgrc.com/ha936sost.html
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Old 05-01-2008, 05:15 AM   #3
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Thats a really nice soldering station!
Thanks!
Any other suggestion or place online where I can buy something like the one I posted? Suggestions are always welcome
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The blue ones are made by Weller, the black ones are made by Hakko. You cant go wrong with the Hakko 936 that comes with the 907 tip. Fry's Electronics is the best place in the states to buy Hakko, $89 for the 936. HERE is a 936 for $78. Contact them and ask how they charge to ship abroad.
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The bottom picture is not a Hakko, it is a solderite.

http://www.solderite.com/Lead-Free_S...ation2000.html

Also check out this Iron, newer company, but I know a few people that have them. The price is really good, but the only real disadvantage is there are no large chisel tips

http://www.x1up.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/45/...-%20ESD%20Safe
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I would recommend not getting anything from tequipment. I ordered mine thru them and it took forever (2.5-3 weeks) to Chicago. I was ready to report them to ebay/paypal but it did eventually arrive. Ship date was 3-4 days before it arrived. Dont know how 2 weeks got tacked onto that. When I finally got it the iron was already heat discolored. Also, no responses to emails unless I emailed it from my non ebay email.

I would definatly get it from frys. Luckily, they have an outlet in Chicago. Beware tho because prices in the store dont reflect prices online.
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I was speaking in general terms as far as the black ones. If you see a black solder staion at your track, chances are its a Hakko 936. That thing he showed a picture of, never saw one of those before. Stick with whats known to work, and thats pretty much Hakko and Weller.
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