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Soldering Station

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Product code: IF145-018

Product Overview

Take your repair to the next level! This soldering iron opens the door to a multitude of DIY repairs, from replacing individual components on circuit boards to joining loose wires together. The possibilities are endless.

We recommend purchasing solder, heat shrink tubing, and desoldering braid as they are not included with the soldering station. Better than a wet sponge, our soldering tip cleaning ball quickly cleans the tip without leaving residue. We also carry replacement tips.

This product is also available as part of the Soldering Workstation.

Product Details

$24.95 Economy


US Only:

This product only ships to US addresses




30 day warranty


Only available in the United States.

$99.95 Pro / Temperature Controlled


US Only:

This product only ships to US addresses




6 month warranty


Our Pro Soldering Station features temperature control with a digital readout. Only available in the United States.

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When manufacturers don't pay attention to the need for their devices to be repairable, we sometimes have to pull out our trusty soldering iron to get the replacement job done. This iron is a badge of honor on the desk of any hacker, and can rapidly get you completing much more complex projects.

NOTE: Due to voltage and shipping requirements, this product is available for purchase only in the United States.

Tech Specs ¶ 

Economy ¶ 

Power: 50W

Voltage Supply: 115VAC

Temperature Range: 175° C / 347°

Weight: 2.6 lbs.

Height: 3 31/32"

Length: 7 1/4"

Depth: 3 1/2"



My Problem

After charging overnight my battery would go to red line in a few hours.

My Fix

The repair went very smoothly. The hardest part was getting the ipod apart. The 7 Philips screws were difficult. Of the 7, 5 came out ok, but 2 had head damaged by the time I was done.... but there was enough left to reassemble though, so all worked out well.

My Advice

One important piece of advice. The ifixit instructions list a #00 Philips screwdriver under tools however I needed a #0000 Philips to get the screws out.