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Old 07-25-2004, 08:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone ever used one of these?

Just saw a commercial on these. Anyone have one?

www.coldheattools.com
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Old 07-25-2004, 09:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd get one of these:



It's a Benzomatic butane soldering iron. I have one, and it works great. Mine has a soldering tip, a hot knife tip, a heat gun tip, and a micro torch tip.

Most of the info-mercial stuff is junk when you get to see it in person.
I would be skeptical of anything with this on it:
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I think it might be a awesome little tool, using a small piece of tungsten and ceramic heat barrier you may be able to heat it up to 800 degrees in a second..if it does what it claims its a awesome little soldering tools
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those are junk, some guys at the old shop got them for soldering alarms in because its always a pain to watch out for the cars interior

they dont work for shit
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oh snap, that sucks
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i actually picked one up couple days ago, its a coleman version though. havent tried it yet. guess i'll have to slap some batteries in it and try it out for ya...
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just saw that commecial on tv for the first time, please dont jam it into your finger right after it finally gets up to full heat
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Most of the info-mercial stuff is junk when you get to see it in person.
I would be skeptical of anything with this on it:
I am skeptical, that's why I asked. I don't see how 4 AA batterys can produce the equivalen of a 25W soldering iron.

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i actually picked one up couple days ago, its a coleman version though. havent tried it yet. guess i'll have to slap some batteries in it and try it out for ya...
Please do! Is the Coleman version the same? Where did you get it?
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