13 Best Cordless Soldering Irons

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Top 13 Cordless Soldering Irons

Tooluxe 40420L Cordless Soldering ( Battery Powered | LED Spotlight)
Product Highlights:
  • battery-operated soldering gun heats up in seconds and lets you solder without an outlet; uses 4 aa batteries (not included)
  • portable soldering iron heats to 1050° f (565° c) in about seven seconds
  • includes a built-in led illumination for precise soldering in dimly lit spaces
Hakko FX901P Cordless Soldering ( Soldering Iron)
Product Highlights:
  • integrated on / off switch with protective cover
  • quick-change composite tip
  • maintains soldering temperature of at least 600°f
Weller BL60MP Cordless Soldering ( Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery)
Product Highlights:
  • cordless, compact, portable iron is ready to power on and solder, wherever you are
  • one charge provides 45 minutes continuous soldering or 1, 100 solder joints
  • round, co-molded handle designed for comfort
M12 REDLINK Soldering Iron ( Kit W/LED Light)
Product Highlights:
  • heats quickly, maintains optimized temperature
  • ready-to-use & safe-to-store tip indicator
  • 3-stop pivoting head for unmatched access
Dremel 200001 Versa Tip ( Butane Soldering Torch)
Product Highlights:
  • integrated ignition trigger – for easy start up, no independent ignition tool required
  • versatile 14-piece accessory kit - offers versatile accessory range for soldering, hot cutting, shrinking, wood burning and area heating
  • variable temperature - for precise control
LEXIVON Butane Soldering Iron ( Set | Pro Grade 125-Watt Equivalent (LX-770))
Product Highlights:
  • a must-have butane torch kit for professionals: 13-piece accessory set to use in a wide range of applications with electronic self-igniting trigger and a flame locking button.
  • precise performance for all your projects: adjust flame from 1/2" to 2 1/2" with working temperature up to 2400° f and up to 1100° f while using with soldering tips.
  • unlike cheaply-made soldering kits, our 100% metal refillable fuel tank will last longer. plus it has been pre-tested for leakage and ignition capability and comes with a handy carrying case.
POWER PROBE Butane Soldering ( Adjustable Flame, With Multiple Tips, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • max flame temperature: 930 ° f
  • adjustable flame length: .5" - 1.25"
  • butane fuel type with electronic igniter
M12 Soldering Iron Bare ( (Bare Tool))
Product Highlights:
  • heats quickly, maintains optimized temperature
  • ready-to-use & safe-to-store tip indicator
  • 3-stop pivoting head for unmatched access
Weller BP865MP Pro Series ( Battery Soldering Iron)
Product Highlights:
  • heats up to working temperature in under 30 seconds
  • red led indicates when power is on / green led indicates tool is at operating temperature
  • protective safety cap turns off power when placed on tool
BicycleStore Pen Soldering Iron ( Auto-Sleep Setting With Indicator Light For DIY PCB)
Product Highlights:
  • 【fast heating and cooling】 - this mini soldering iron adopts 5v dc power supply, and using the special internal heat type precision soldering soldering head, heat fast and concentration. heating up in less than 15 seconds, cooling down in less than 30 seconds, which can greatly improve your work efficiency.
  • 【safe auto-sleep function】 - when it is not working for more than 25 seconds, the indicator light will turn off and enter standby mode automatically. if you want the light on and start to work again, just need slightly press the button switch on the boby of this soldering iron pen. this function can better prolong the service life of welding head and save power, and it is safer.
  • 【convenient to use】 - this soldering iron is small and lightweight, the size is 16cm x 2cm (6.3inch x 0.8inch), it is convenient to put in your tool bag and take to your working place. and it has 100cm (40inch) usb cable, which can be powered by computer, mobile power supply or your mobile phone charger and so on.

Erica Cowell

Whenever she finds time away from surfing (waves, that is!), Erica loves to write. Self proclaimed geek (and a nerd), you can find her trying out new kitchen gizoms. Chief kitchen editor at WhatRocksAndWhatSucks.com, right now Erica is based out of small but beautiful & sunny Southern California beach town where she grew up surfing. Reach her at erica@wraws.com.