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Desoldering Iron / Solder Sucker

Duratool heated desoldering iron / solder sucker, with lockable spring loaded plunger.

Availability: In Stock.

Code1+ 10+
(£7.188 incl VAT)
(£5.988 incl VAT)

A heated desoldering iron / solder sucker manufactured by Duratool, for when soldered parts need tidying up or connections need removing.

Heated desoldering irons/suckers provide a simple solution to fixing soldered connections, as the solder removal can be achieve with a single tool and operation, rather than having to use a sucker and a standard soldering iron, while also holding the board.


  • Single handed operation.
  • Lockable spring loaded plunger.
  • Supply Voltage: 230V / 50Hz.
  • Electric Iron Power: 40W.


  • 1 x Desoldering Iron / Solder Sucker.



This product is supplied with a UK mains plug and is designed to work off a 230V, 50Hz supply.

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Posted by Rob, Monday, 1 August 2016 on product Desoldering Iron / Solder Sucker
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    Hello Rob, The solder that has been removed can be cleaned from the soldering iron by lifting the handle slightly in the direction of the button and remove it from the grip. The packing states and shows how to remove this part of the soldering iron.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Monday, 1 August 2016
Posted by Alex, Tuesday, 9 February 2016 on product Desoldering Iron / Solder Sucker
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    Yes it can be used as a soldering iron, a demo of this product can be viewed of the product on the video that is shown on the product page. Although if you want to solder a whole circuit it might be better to use a standard soldering iron.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Tuesday, 9 February 2016

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