Brand: Weller


  • Leading manufacturer of high-quality tools
  • Made to withstand even the most demanding jobs
  • International renown for our diverse range of products
  • All our products have been designed with the requirements of the professional in mind
  • Trusted, designed, and used by experts
  • 260/200 watt heavy duty soldering gun
  • Ready to use in 6 seconds
  • Fingertip trigger allows you to easily select high or low output

Package Dimensions: 118x314x1338

Details: Product Description

Weller transforms hand soldering The art of hand soldering has been around for a very, very long time, thousands of years in fact. But it was only until 1941 that a transformer based instant heating soldering method was developed by an impatient American radio repairman who was tired of sitting around waiting for his soldering gun to heat up. Carl E. Weller had to wait until after WWII ended in 1945 to get his Weller Manufacturing Company going. In 1960, the Weller Manufacturing Co. in the US patented the “Magnastat” soldering iron which used a magnetic component to regulate the temperature at the iron’s tip. In an expansion overseas beginning in 1959, the Weller GmbH plant in Besigheim, Germany, along with new plants in other countries, was organized to manufacture temperature controlled irons and soldering guns for primarily industrial markets throughout Europe and the Near East. Keeping pace with the increasing complexity of our customers’ needs, Weller Germany became the market leader for developing and manufacturing hand soldering products worldwide. Our products were proudly emblazoned with “Made in Germany”, signifying innovation and reliability.

From the Manufacturer

Professional heavy-duty soldering gun with dual-heat settings that produce 200 or 260-Watt of power. Pistol grip design with fingertip trigger heat selector. Heavy gauge, high efficiency, tin plated tip copper tip heats in 6-Seconds.

UPC: 037103475411


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