My wife saw them on TV and bought a two for one deal. The best thing
about them is that they both came with a fairly decent little wire
stripper. Other than that, they are too small and light to be used as
a boat anchor, too big to flush down the commode, too dangerous to
give to the dog to play with (unless you've got one of Flounder's
dogs), too short to use as a back scratcher, and too cheap to
constitute a good fleecing. Save yer $19.95 for a downpayment on a
bottle of 15 year old Laphroaig.
Jim - reassembling Midget in Dodge City
On 3/14/06, Larry Daniels <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Has anybody tried one of those cordless soldering irons they advertise on TV
>that supposedly heat up and cool down almost instantaneously? They appear to
>be kind of handy in certain circumstances, but I have my doubts about them.
> Are they worth a damn at all or are they the piece of crap I suspect they may
>be? Has Frank thrown one against the wall of his garage yet?