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KOTELYZER GT-02 Soldering Butane Gun

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50 0.214KG -

KOTELYZER GT-02 Soldering Butane Gun (Made in Japan)

Model: GT-02

Overall Length: 145 x 130mm
Weight: 119g
Soldering iron temp.: 250 ~ 450℃ (20~60W)
Hot blower: 650℃
Gas container capacity: 12ml
Operation time: 60mins
Fuel: Use pure butane to ensure normal lifetime

◆ Self ignition.
◆ Works in 30 seconds
◆ 2 in 1: Soldering iron function and hot blower function.
◆ Comes with 525.9101 soldering tip (model: 91-01-01), 525.9152 hot blow tip (model: 91-01-52) and protective cap (model: 70-02).

KOTELYZER GT-02 Soldering Butane Gun
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