Soldering Iron (60W) by K&S Engineering

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This is a 60W K&S Engineering Soldering Iron.


  • Fast Heating
  • Longlife
  • Lightweight
  • Balanced for Precise Handling
  • 110V
  • Convenient Soldering Iron Holding
  • 550°F

This product was added to our catalog on September 24, 2008

Cody Meiferdt
Verified Owner
Sunday, Sep 4 2011 (about 7 years ago)
K&S Engineering Soldering Iron (60W)
DONT waste your worked half ass decent for the first few times, now it doesnt even heat up anymore..
jason angulo
Verified Owner
Sunday, Mar 8 2009 (about 9 years ago)
K&S Engineering Soldering Iron (60W)
dont waste your money on this product no matter how low of a price. JUNK!!!
i purchased this to save money on a small wirering job changing connectors and this cheap soldering iron went out in a matter of 10-minutes. left me stuck right in the middle of completing my project. do yourself a favor and flip the bread for the quality soldering irons, yeah they may be more pricey, but in the long run it is defenitly worth it.
John Robinson
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Feb 27 2018 (8 months ago)
K&S Engineering Soldering Iron (60W)
you get what you pay for. if your on a budget and you can't afford an expensive one. it's probably going to cost $25.00 ayear. actually i got around four years out of two of them.I'm Happy it is what it is.
RC guy
Wednesday, Dec 26 2012 (about 5 years ago)
K&S Engineering Soldering Iron (60W)
this thing sucks just get a trak power soldering station
Steve Quanrud
Tuesday, Jun 12 2012 (about 6 years ago)
K&S Engineering Soldering Iron (60W)
Don't buy this. I've gone through two of them each with less than a half hour of use. The first time I used used each of them they worked OK, did what I needed them to do. The first one I had would heat up after the first time I used it so I went out and bought another cause I was in a pinch. Second one worked well for the first time and after that it had a bunch of cold spots on the tip and now it doesn't heat up either.
Chris Baronian
Monday, Jun 13 2011 (about 7 years ago)
K&S Engineering Soldering Iron (60W)
this is the best and cheapest iron for the price
ive had mine for over a year and its been working really well, heats up very fast, and is extremely powerful
id recommend this to anyone
Hayden Pirrera
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 9 2011 (about 7 years ago)
K&S Engineering Soldering Iron (60W)
Turned on, couldnt get it to tin, unplugged, went back to try again and nothing. Didnt even turn on.