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WETOLS 110/220V Stick Welder, 160A MMA ARC Welder Machine IGBT Digital Display LCD Hot Start Welding Machine with Electrode Holder, Work Clamp, Input Power Adapter Cable, Brush

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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; 【Smart IGBT Inverter Technology】Powerful WETOLS MMA Welder 160 Amp is capable of welding mild steel, steel, stainless steel and cast iron. The advanced IGBT power device with unique control mode improves the reliability and efficiency of welding…

3 reviews for "WETOLS 110/220V Stick Welder, 160A MMA ARC Welder Machine IGBT Digital Display LCD Hot Start Welding Machine with Electrode Holder, Work Clamp, Input Power Adapter Cable, Brush"

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    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I build bikes, and computers, and do all manners of other metal working when the desire takes me. I’ve been building bikes for years, and finally got tired of borrowing welding gear from friends and family here and there. I’ve had stick welders before, but have passed those along as i went through a period of not using them.So with a few builds coming up this summer in the garage, and a couple of computer /art designs I wanted to run with, I figured I would go ahead and pull the trigger on getting another unit of my own, instead of bumming one.I knew I wasn’t looking for anything too heavy duty, but I wanted to make sure it would last for a few years without any major problems. I did some shopping around and landed on this unit.I have to say, I’m not disappointed. The unit has stood up to some intense use in the garage so far. It has produced sturdy, high quality welds for me, and hasn’t given me any trouble.It is a solid unit, it has a good heft to it, that speaks of quality electrical components. That is important. Light weight suggests cheap components with these types of items. The cables are supple, and thick. They can handle the current without cooking themselves, and they don’t bind up.I like how portable it is too. While I’m usually working with it in the garage, sometimes I do need it in the basement workshop and it is nice that it is easy to grab and carry. A part of that portability is the fact that while in the garage it is running on 220v @ 30amps, when I take it inside, I am running it on 110v @ 15 amps. It included the pig tail to make this easy to do, and I can easily adapt the load to accommodate for this.That is really helpful to me, and it makes my day easier.It does come with a mask of sorts. While I wouldn’t use this for prolonged welding, it is enough to get you by until you can find an over the head mask that fits and you like.I simply can not stress this enough, you need proper eye protection when welding. Retinal burn is not fun, or cool, or not a big deal. It is a very big deal, and freaking hurts.So does electrocution. When using this welder, make sure it is properly grounded. I can not stress this enough. These two simple safety precautions prevent most injuries from welding, and should be taken quite seriously.That said, you couldn’t ask for a safer, and more easy to use machine.Very happy with it.

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    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I build bikes, and computers, and do all manners of other metal working when the desire takes me. I’ve been building bikes for years, and finally got tired of borrowing welding gear from friends and family here and there. I’ve had stick welders before, but have passed those along as i went through a period of not using them.So with a few builds coming up this summer in the garage, and a couple of computer /art designs I wanted to run with, I figured I would go ahead and pull the trigger on getting another unit of my own, instead of bumming one.I knew I wasn’t looking for anything too heavy duty, but I wanted to make sure it would last for a few years without any major problems. I did some shopping around and landed on this unit.I have to say, I’m not disappointed. The unit has stood up to some intense use in the garage so far. It has produced sturdy, high quality welds for me, and hasn’t given me any trouble.It is a solid unit, it has a good heft to it, that speaks of quality electrical components. That is important. Light weight suggests cheap components with these types of items. The cables are supple, and thick. They can handle the current without cooking themselves, and they don’t bind up.I like how portable it is too. While I’m usually working with it in the garage, sometimes I do need it in the basement workshop and it is nice that it is easy to grab and carry. A part of that portability is the fact that while in the garage it is running on 220v @ 30amps, when I take it inside, I am running it on 110v @ 15 amps. It included the pig tail to make this easy to do, and I can easily adapt the load to accommodate for this.That is really helpful to me, and it makes my day easier.It does come with a mask of sorts. While I wouldn’t use this for prolonged welding, it is enough to get you by until you can find an over the head mask that fits and you like.I simply can not stress this enough, you need proper eye protection when welding. Retinal burn is not fun, or cool, or not a big deal. It is a very big deal, and freaking hurts.So does electrocution. When using this welder, make sure it is properly grounded. I can not stress this enough. These two simple safety precautions prevent most injuries from welding, and should be taken quite seriously.That said, you couldn’t ask for a safer, and more easy to use machine.Very happy with it.

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    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I am really excited about this purchase. It is so nice to have a lightweight and portable welder on hand they can fit in the back of my truck without taking up too much space. It can run on 110 V or 220 V. It comes with the adapter for 110 V. The unit is very lightweight and easy to carry. It is very effective and works very well. My welds are coming out very clean. This well there was an exceptional value and I am very happy that I made this purchase

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