Have you taken a look at our new 8000 Power Pro Advanced Cordless Soldering Iron yet? If not, click here to take a look! Have you been wondering, “What’s the difference between the 8000 and the 7700 Quick Charge Cordless Soldering Iron besides the color?” Read below to find out!

Let’s take a look at the specs of the 7700 and the 8000 first:

7700 Quick Charge (GREY):

  • Fully recharges in 3.5 to 4.0 hours
  • Partially charged battery to full capacity in one to two hours
  • Up to 125 soldering joints per charge

8000 Power Pro Advanced (BLUE): 

  • Fully recharges in 3.0 to 3.5 hours
  • Partially charged battery to full capacity in one to two hours
  • Up to 200 solder joints per charge

 

Now the most important difference in these two irons, is the battery. The 7700 (and every other older model of Iso-Tip/Wahl’s cordless soldering irons) uses a Ni-Cd battery. When we designed the 8000 iron, we knew many of our customers were not a fan of the capabilities of the Ni-Cd. Because of this, we upgraded to a LiFePO4 battery in the model 8000. This battery not only has a longer lifespan than the Ni-Cd, but it is also environmentally friendly!

The Power Pro Advanced Soldering Iron Kit is the next generation of cordless soldering irons from Iso-Tip. Designed for those who want to be efficient with their soldering, the 8000 heats up quickly and features a lithium iron phosphate battery.

Power Pro Advanced Soldering Iron Kit Includes:
-Cordless, Rechargeable Power Pro Advanced Soldering Iron
-Charging station with removable cord
-LiFePO4 Battery
-High Efficiency Fine Tip – Model #7545-100
-High Efficiency Chisel Tip – Model #7577-100

Purchase your 8000 Power Pro Advanced Cordless Soldering Iron here today!

And as always, feel free to contact us here with any questions, or if you have an old iron and you are interested in learning more about our upgrade program!