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Basic Soldering Kit

  • 700-10011: Basic Soldering Kit
  • 700-10011: Basic Soldering Kit in Plastic Container
Product ID: 700-10011
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This complete soldering kit includes everything you need to solder your electronics projects. The kit even includes a Panavise Jr. vise holder and includes instructional "How to Solder" directions etched right on the acrylic vise base.  The kit also includes a Hakko #508 soldering iron, small pair of diagonal cutters, a tip cleaning sponge, a roll of (leaded) solder, a roll of solder wick, four rubber mounting feet, a standoff holder for the solder roll, and mounting hardware. 

Key Features:

  • Includes everything you need to start soldering up those DIY projects!
  • "How to Solder" instructions etched right on the Base Plate - perfect for beginners or a classroom environment
  • Includes a sponge to keep the soldering iron tip clean producing better solder joints
  • Flush-cuttiing Diagonal cutters provide for superior lead clipping   
  • Solder is NOT "lead free".  It contains lead, and as such, allows for much more consistant solder joints
  • Panavise Jr. holds your project solidly, an yet allows for easy angle adjustment when soldering complex circuits

Application Ideas:

  • Kit assembly
  • DIY


  • Voltage requirements 120 vac
  • Current requirements .33 amps
  • Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 11 in (15.2 x 15.2 x 28 cm)
  • Operating temp range: 32 to +150 °F (0 to +66 °C)

Kit Contents:

  • 1 - Clear plastic storage/carrying case
  • 1 - Hakko #508 soldering iron
  • 1 - Precision laser cut acrylice vise base plate with etched soldering instructions
  • 1 - Roll of solder wick
  • 1 - Roll of solder (lead)
  • 1 - Panavise Jr. circuit board/component vise/holder (mounts to the acrylic base plate)
  • 1 - Pair of diagonal cutters
  • 1 - Pair of safety glasses (Parallax recommends always wearing safety glasses when soldering.)