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Get a descent Hakko soldering station in the long term. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last and tend to total out the iron - they’re serviceable as a learning tools but do not rely on them forever.
-That said if you insist on a cheap iron, buy 2 and find one with 2 tips (1 attached/1 extra in box), so you aren’t stuck when the tip burns up within a few uses. After you use the tips up or go through both, the tips can be kept around if you like or discarded. I don't like these irons, but Walmart sells a disposable iron with solder and an extra tip and solder for [link|https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|$10]. ***''Don’t do this long term - it will cost you more then a good iron(''***
+That said if you insist on a cheap iron, buy 2 and find one with 2 tips (1 attached/1 extra in box), so you aren’t stuck when the tip burns up within a few uses. After you use the tips up or go through both, the tips can be kept around if you like or discarded. I don't like these irons, but Walmart sells a disposable iron with solder and an extra tip and solder for [link|https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|$10]. ***''Don’t do this long term - it will cost you more then a good iron!''***
As far as buying solder, the Radio Shack solder is excellent if you can buy it, especially 60/40. I have a few rolls I got when the store here closed since I may not be able to find another one easily again. Stick with a few good brands, but keep a good quality backup on your mind just in case.

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-Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last and tend to total out the iron - they’re serviceable to learn, but not a long term investment. If you go this route, buy 2 and find one with 2 tips (1 attached/1 extra) in the package, so you arent stuck when the tip burns up within a few uses. The secondary iron can be kept as a backup or discarded. Walmart sells a disposable iron with solder and an extra tip and solder for [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|$10]. '''''Don’t do this long term - it will cost you more.'''''
+Get a descent Hakko soldering station in the long term. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last and tend to total out the iron - they’re serviceable as a learning tools but do not rely on them forever.
-For solder the Radio Shack solder is excellent. I have a few rolls I got when the store here closed since I may not be able to find another one easily again. Stick with that brand but keep a backup on your mind just in case.
+That said if you insist on a cheap iron, buy 2 and find one with 2 tips (1 attached/1 extra in box), so you aren’t stuck when the tip burns up within a few uses. After you use the tips up or go through both, the tips can be kept around if you like or discarded. I don't like these irons, but Walmart sells a disposable iron with solder and an extra tip and solder for [link|https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|$10]. ***''Don’t do this long term - it will cost you more then a good iron(''***
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+As far as buying solder, the Radio Shack solder is excellent if you can buy it, especially 60/40. I have a few rolls I got when the store here closed since I may not be able to find another one easily again. Stick with a few good brands, but keep a good quality backup on your mind just in case.

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-Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last. You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) without downtime.
+Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last and tend to total out the iron - they’re serviceable to learn, but not a long term investment. If you go this route, buy 2 and find one with 2 tips (1 attached/1 extra) in the package, so you arent stuck when the tip burns up within a few uses. The secondary iron can be kept as a backup or discarded. Walmart sells a disposable iron with solder and an extra tip and solder for [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|$10]. '''''Don’t do this long term - it will cost you more.'''''
-If you want a disposable soldering iron, [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|Walmart] sells one with solder for $10 with an extra tip AND solder. This will cost you more in the long run to throw cheap irons out, so get out of this habit as soon as possible if you just buy disposable ones to learn.
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-For solder the Radio Shack solder is excellent - I have a few rolls from when I stocked up when the local one closed. You may not be able to get this, so if you can’t you’ll have to shop around until you find something that’s good and easy to work with. Once you find something good, buy a bulk roll of it.
+For solder the Radio Shack solder is excellent. I have a few rolls I got when the store here closed since I may not be able to find another one easily again. Stick with that brand but keep a backup on your mind just in case.

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-Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last.You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) and not have any downtime.
+Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last. You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) without downtime.
-If you want a disposable soldering iron, [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|Walmart] sells one with solder for $10 with an extra tip. This will cost you more in the long run, so get out of this habit as soon as possible if you buy disposable ones to learn.
+If you want a disposable soldering iron, [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|Walmart] sells one with solder for $10 with an extra tip AND solder. This will cost you more in the long run to throw cheap irons out, so get out of this habit as soon as possible if you just buy disposable ones to learn.
For solder the Radio Shack solder is excellent - I have a few rolls from when I stocked up when the local one closed. You may not be able to get this, so if you can’t you’ll have to shop around until you find something that’s good and easy to work with. Once you find something good, buy a bulk roll of it.

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-Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last.
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-You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) and not have any downtime.
+Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last.You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) and not have any downtime.
If you want a disposable soldering iron, [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|Walmart] sells one with solder for $10 with an extra tip. This will cost you more in the long run, so get out of this habit as soon as possible if you buy disposable ones to learn.
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+For solder the Radio Shack solder is excellent - I have a few rolls from when I stocked up when the local one closed. You may not be able to get this, so if you can’t you’ll have to shop around until you find something that’s good and easy to work with. Once you find something good, buy a bulk roll of it.

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Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last.
-You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) and not have any downtime. If you want a disposable soldering iron, [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|Walmart] sells one with solder for $10 with an extra tip.
+You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) and not have any downtime.
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+If you want a disposable soldering iron, [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|Walmart] sells one with solder for $10 with an extra tip. This will cost you more in the long run, so get out of this habit as soon as possible if you buy disposable ones to learn.

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Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last.
-You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) and not have any downtime.
+You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) and not have any downtime. If you want a disposable soldering iron, [https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-Tough-30W-Soldering-Iron-With-Extra-Tip-and-Electrical-Solder/410940799|Walmart] sells one with solder for $10 with an extra tip.

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Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last.
-You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons) you can discard the iron and not have any downtime.
+You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons and the tips cost as much as the iron on all of them) you can discard the iron (or re-purpose it) and not have any downtime.

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Get a descent Hakko soldering station. The cheap irons are serviceable but the tips don’t last.

You can buy cheap irons if you want, but I’d recommend buying two at a time so when your tips burn out (this will happen a LOT on cheap irons) you can discard the iron and not have any downtime.

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