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Hakko FX-951 Soldering Station Review
A great handling Iron
by Lorenz Prem on 04-26-2014 9:46 pm

Fixing electronics is a hobby of mine I rarelyhave time for anymore. A good soldering iron makes the process alot easier, and satisfies my need to collect gadgets. I chose theHakko FX-951 soldering station to be center piece of my workbench.It comes with one of the best irons on the market today. Let's takea look how the FX-951 performs, and what makes it special.

The Hakko FX-951

The FX-951 is a mid-range soldering station from Hakko. Coveredby a yellow and blue plastic body, this soldering station comeswith t

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