Beginner Solder Tool Kit
Price: $15.99
Your DIY adventure starts here! Every journey begins with a first step. When you are journeying into the world of do and make it yourself stuff, many times those first few steps involve soldering. It can seem scary at first, but we know you can do it. The best place to start is with a good selection of tools. Oh, and look - a Beginner Solder Tool Kit. At the heart of the Beginner Solder Tool Kit is (you guessed it) a soldering iron! Plus you also get a stand for said iron (so it doesn't burn you up) and a sponge (to clean the tip). Oh, and to help with getting the wires and bits ready for solder, you get some diagonal cutters, long nose pliers, and wire strippers! The Beginner Solder Tool Kit is the perfect start on a path that will one day lead to your DIY-ing your own robot replacement body. Trust us. Please Note: Solder is not included in this kit to prevent shipping restrictions. We want to make sure all beginners get the tools they need! Beginner Solder Tool Kit The perfect place for a beginner solder soldier to start! Includes: 25W soldering iron, soldering iron stand, sponge (for tip cleaning), diagonal cutters, long nose pliers, and wire strippers. Solder not included. Package Dimensions: 5"" x 8"" x 2.25"""
SKU: 9F07F

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