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    ColdHeat Soldering Tool!

    This may not actually belong to the hardware section. But ever since i came across it today I've been drooling over it... So i decided to share:



    The Cold Heat Cordless Soldering Tool utilizes uses a new electrode arc technology developed by the Cold Heat Company.
    Title: Cold Heat Cordless Soldering Tool
    Manufacturer: Cold Heat (www.coldheat.com)
    MSRP: $19.95


    Reviews:
    http://www.hardmods.net/index.php?showtopic=176
    http://www.moddershq.net/reviews.asp...2&pagenumber=1

    For $20 this is a damn fine tool if you ask me. Certainly beats dragging power cables behind you!@ ThinkGeek has it, or you can get it direct. (ThinkGeek) is not shipping till monday because they're moving warehouses, so if you order now you get -5$ on shipping.
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    it looks pretty cheap and i bet it only makes cold solders, :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by binary.h4x
    it looks pretty cheap and i bet it only makes cold solders, :P
    I could see this one coming a mile away.
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    Yea but for 20 bucks you cant really loose. Plus the portability of it. Worth 20 bucks of my money
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    Quote Originally Posted by binary.h4x
    it looks pretty cheap and i bet it only makes cold solders, :P
    Probably, however both reviews have very good feedback + i just love the thought of portability. Every time I have to run extension cords and bring out my soldering iron to connect 2 wires in my car -> big ugh! Whereas this would solve most problems on the spot. For $20 you cant really go wrong.
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    Perfect timing! I was just about to order more iso-tips and a battery pack today, instead I get a new toy. Woot! Thank ya iG!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [iG]
    Probably, however both reviews have very good feedback + i just love the thought of portability. Every time I have to run extension cords and bring out my soldering iron to connect 2 wires in my car -> big ugh! Whereas this would solve most problems on the spot. For $20 you cant really go wrong.

    hey man, the thing looks sweet, i'm probably gonna buy one myself: Twas just cracking a joke
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    Just bought one. Its gonna come in handy when I extend the faceplate from my receiver. Thanks for the heads up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by binary.h4x
    hey man, the thing looks sweet, i'm probably gonna buy one myself: Twas just cracking a joke
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    A buddy of mine at work and I saw this in the paper a while ago. So he bought one. He says it's not that great. He got his off of ebay. He said the tips on it were very fragile.

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