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Ends 11/18. Amazon with ShopHDE has the HDE Solder Remover Suction Desoldering Pump Tool Device for $0.01 + $2.99 shipping = $3 shipped. Features powerful suction for solder removal.

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    Knarly Ben's cred: 85
    Posted 9:38 am PST 11/11/12

    This thing sucks; I mean that in a good way:) Really puts a smile on my face when I'm working with my miniature components.

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    troglodite Ben's cred: 45
    Posted 12:47 pm PST 11/11/12

    if only you knew what you were talking about, chump.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: -527
    Posted 12:53 pm PST 11/11/12

    #1, pay no attention to #2. He didn't get what he wanted this morning and now he is pissed off at the world...

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    CasperImproved Ben's cred: 199
    Posted 2:10 pm PST 11/11/12

    #3 - If you knew what the topic was about, #2 was right. I did electronic repair at the component level for several years in the military. This pump is the equiv of the suction pump for erection they sell during the late night paid for programing for other parts.

    In the reality, if you were soldering on electronics, and needed to remove excess solder due to poor experience in the original creation or repair on an electronic circuit, you would do it either by heating and extracting with a sponge, or at worse case (a ton of excess solder) suck it up using a bulb like extractor like the equivalent of a turkey baster... but smaller, and without the plastic tube.

    You know... actually having value added comments... well, sometimes add value.

    Sometimes keeping comments to yourself where no value is added is also a good thing.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: -527
    Posted 2:26 pm PST 11/11/12

    #4, I appreciated #1's comment about the sucking ability of this device for working on miniature components.

    Don't know about the suction an erection pumps makes, so I'll take your word on that.. This one will be good enough for me for 3 bucks... Whoever's erection pump you were using might not like that you were using it to suck up solder with it.

    I'm curious, are you some sort of appointed comment policeman for Ben's Bargains? What are your qualifications for being one on this site besides winning a gift from them once?

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    CasperImproved Ben's cred: 199
    Posted 3:18 pm PST 11/11/12

    Actually #5, from your participation and others, the recent security (web site related) changes, and the loosey goosey administration here (and the lack of moderation assuming the goons are not moderating), it's likely I won't be coming to Ben's site anymore.

    I don't need you or other's sophomoric responses although I have liked your humor at times.

    But the point is? Even if Ben's site was at one point my favorite site to visit for the latest deals? I no longer feel that way. And no amount of insipid humor on your part could change that.

    In truth? There are a ton of "bacon" sites that provide the aggregation service that bens does. No amount of sophomoric humor will entice me to stay here. Especially with the lack of responsible moderation, and the unannounced changes on the web site.

    Any thing else you'd like to make a point of as I have zero to gain with the loss of surfing Bens?

    I was here originally because I thought Bens site was one of the best aggregation sites on the internet. Thanks to you a a few others as well as the web site changes without notification have changed my opinion.

    The sad thing is? I even won one of Ben's giveaways. But the truth is? You can't buy loyalty. At least not from people that value standards and morals.

    You can respond in your insipid manor if you choose. But the truth is? You just toppled my apple cart, and I won't be here to review your comment.

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    Rarb Ben's cred: 121
    Posted 5:31 pm PST 11/11/12

    Who'd have thought a solder sucker would have created so much chatter? I've had one of these for >30 years. Still carry it around in my toolkit but haven't used it in over a decade. It's OK for larger components, but not so good for the smaller stuff. The solder wicking braid tends to do better for that.
    Cheers for the entertainment.

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    SamKlakhammer Ben's cred: 122
    Posted 5:38 pm PST 11/11/12

    Well.

    I guess that settles that.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: -527
    Posted 8:41 pm PST 11/11/12

    #6 picked up his toys and left...

    no, stop. come back. I'm sorry (for whatever I did)...

    I guess it's too late.

    Sniff, I know I'll miss his little whinny a*ss around here...

    O well, who else is into homemade de-soldering pumps made from old late night erection pumps?

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    jerwong Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 9:01 pm PST 11/11/12

    I actually prefer using a desolder braid whenever possible. I have a tough time getting these to actually pull the solder off a board when I heat the solder.

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    drmichiokaku Ben's cred: 74
    Posted 9:33 pm PST 11/11/12

    I used to use this type of solder sucker. I got me a couple of the Hakko 808 guns. Never looked back. They work great for pretty small stuff as well as the pretty big jobs.

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