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Milwaukee M12 Soldering Iron Kit 2488-20

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Part# 12-05683
MFR Model# 2488-20


The M12 Soldering Iron delivers fast application speeds by reaching operational temperature in under 18 seconds and maintaining an optimized temperature throughout the most demanding applications. The heat indicator utilizes Redlink Intelligence to notify users when the tool is ready-to-use and safe-to-store, eliminating the guesswork. The 3-stop pivoting head provides unmatched access by allowing users the ability to adapt the tool for the application and solder in more confined spaces. The M12 Soldering Iron powered by Redlithium battery technology delivers up to 40 minutes of run-time on a M12 Compact Battery Pack.


  • Heats Quickly, Maintains Optimized Temperature
  • Ready-to-Use & Safe-to-Store Tip Indicator
  • 18 Second Heat Up Time Green LED Indicates Operating Temperature Reached
  • Red LED Indicates Tool is Off and Still Hot
  • 3-Stop Pivoting Head: Delivers Unmatched Access
  • Tool-Free Tip Change: Easily Switch Between Chisel and Pointed Tips
  • LED Work Light
  • Compatible with all M12 Battery Packs
  • Part of the M12 System, Featuring 80+ Tools
  • Specifications

  • Power Source: Cordless
  • Length: 10.060"
  • Weight: 0.480 lbs
  • Width: 1.136"
  • Compatible Batteries: Compatible with All M12 Chargers
  • Compatible Chargers: Compatible with All M12 Chargers
  • Max Temperature: 750
  • Heat Output: 90w Heater
  • Battery System: M12
  • In The Box

    • (1) M12 Soldering Iron (Tool Only)(2488-20)
    • (1) Chisel Tip
    • (1) Pointed Tip



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