jmrentis Posted July 4, 2005 Report Share Posted July 4, 2005 I keep seeing these infomercials about this products called Cold Heat. Its a soldering Iron and it is cold to the touch until its pressed against the solder and just a second or two after you stop its cold again, you would actually have to TRY to burn yourself and even then it would be hard. To me it sounds like a great idea, but I'm sure there is some downsides to it. Also it's portable, no wires just runs on 4AA batteries, sound like heaven for installing pickups, no wires to get in the way and you could just set it your shirt pocket if you wanted to during installation. Anyways sounds good to me and it isn't expensive or anything, one bad thing is that probably you can't replace tips, but I could be wrong, still it would have to be the same exact tip that came with it, unless they came out with other varieties. So let me know what you guys think of this, would it be worthy of guitar electonics? Or even just day to day jobs? Any cons that you can come up with? I've been seeing it now for a long time and haven't put much thought into it, so time to see what the boys at PG think! Thanks Jason Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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