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Coldheat where to get.

I read about Coldheat an alternative to soldering and i was wondering if i can get it in a store like walmart, superstore, the source by circuit city or something like that. I don't like to ordering things off the internet so yeah.

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ColdHeat brand has a tip that breaks under pressure. This occurs because it is made of a type of graphite. I would recomend the one from radio shack. It has a steel tip.
I DO NOT RECOMMEND THE COLD HEAT I was one of those guys that though "this could be a wireless soldering iron and i have a next to no chance of burning myself and I don't care about the reviews online" well I tell you what, it was a 20 dollar piece of crap, it makes poor joints (if at all) and the tip breaks easily. It works by making a short between the 2 tips, and that's hard to do. If you must no you can get it at radioshack, but in general I do not reccomend the cold heat
Well, You're right. I was just saying wich to get if any. Ya, they suck. I recommend a nice adjustable one. Usually soldering irons last me a couple months. I've had the adjustable on for years.
Alcreion (author) 8 years ago
So i shouldn't get one. I just need a really cheap but good soldering iron. because I've been using electrical tape to tape my wires together... It hasn't been working very well...
Yeah, don't get a coldheat. Just get a normal 30/15 watt pencil iron for like 5 bucks. They are much easier to work with.
Or get a real soldering iron, like my lovely temp-controlled Weller.
Or quit bragging, like my good friend whatsisface.
:D
I've got one...hate it.
But if you insist...we got ours at Home Depot.
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