Here at Iso-Tip, we consider our Model #7700 cordless soldering iron to be the standard when it comes to being easy to use and affordable. Don’t just take our word for it though. Plenty of other people view the 7700 as a staple of their tool kit, so we thought we would share the thoughts of some of those people today.
Purchase our Model 7700 Quick Charge Cordless Soldering Iron Kit Here, which includes the Iron, a Charging Station, a Ni-Cd Battery, a Standard Fine Tip – Model #7545 and a Standard Heavy Duty Tip – Model #7546.
“When it comes to soldering, I’m old school. I’ve been using an old butane setup setup for years. Took forever to heat up, soldering time was minimal and I had to use specific butane. I finally decided enough was enough and bought this little guy. And I was pleasantly surprised. Heats up instantly, has a 2+ hour run time, it’s light and easy to use. Even has a little light on the end.”
“I’m a professional low volt installer. I do a lot of work on cars and this has made my job that much easier. If you’re looking for a cordless soldering iron, this is the one.”
“This is great! Not only for working on the electric connections on my miniature buildings but outside. We’re on 5 acres and if something needs solder I don’t have to try a very long extension cord. I did learn from the company that it shouldn’t be plugged in all the time if you’re not using it. Use it at least once a week or unplug. It will recharge in about 3 hrs. when you need it.”
“As a normal hobbyist who solders quite a bit, this covers all of my needs. Wireless, cheap tips, charging stand that you can leave it in.
Heat up times any where between 5 and 7 seconds.
Best part has to be its construction, its simple. Basically a battery with contact. I see a long life for this little guy.”
We appreciate hearing such great customer feedback! As you can see, many of our Amazon Customers love the Model #7700 Cordless Soldering Iron, and use it on a regular basis. We have customers use it for a variety of projects, including jewelry making, model train building, and rewiring. Click here to check out the product page if you think you could use a new cordless soldering iron.