7700 catalog

Quick Charge Soldering Iron Kit – Boxed (#7700)

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


MODEL #7700

– Fully recharges in 3.5 to 4.0 hours

– Partially charged battery to full capacity in one to two hours

– Up to 125 soldering joints per charge during continuous use

– Withstands high-rate charging without damage

– Includes: cordless rechargeable Quick Charge soldering iron, charging stand, #7545 fine tip, #7546 heavy-duty tip, battery and instructions.


Product Description

7700 Series Soldering Irons

Our best seller! The Quick Charge is world’s number one rechargeable soldering iron kit designed with the professional in mind.

The 7700 is the basic unit and the biggest seller for a good reason. The 7700 is the crank up window of our soldering irons. The people that use them will use words like, dependable, bullet proof or easy battery change. If you want an iron that can be fully charged in 60 minutes, and act more like electric windows, move on to the #7800. If you want to solder twice as many joints per charge, check out the #7904.

Note: The ONLY difference between the #7740 and the #7700 is the packaging. The #7740 is packaged in a clear clam pack and the #7700 is boxed.

4.1 out of 5 Star Customer Rating on Amazon

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Additional Information

Weight 1.5 lbs

2 reviews for Quick Charge Soldering Iron Kit – Boxed (#7700)

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Well designed, fairly priced cordless soldering iron. I bring just the iron in my tool bag for quick field repairs and connections (mainly audio), and the rest of the time it sits in the charger by my workbench for small jobs. The fast heating is great, although controlling the temperature takes some practice. I’m very glad to have finally cut the cord on soldering.

    • Iso-Tip User


      Thank you, Daniel! It is great tool for field work.

      Happy Soldering!

  2. 5 out of 5


    I recently bought a 7700 because I wanted to have 2 cordless irons ready to go when I have a lengthy soldering project. My 1st cordless was (and is) an orange colored Model S.I. that I purchased over 40 years ago. I think it was around the time that Wahl Clipper first introduced the cordless soldering iron in the early 70’s. After years of disuse, I needed to change the battery and the bulb and I’ve recently retrofitted the charger to operate from a 5 volt USB port (not that the original transformer didn’t work just fine). Now it works just as well as the new 7700, even if it doesn’t look as good. I love these soldering irons.

    Now I’m rebuilding an older red colored 7800 to see if the “60” minute charge time is of any value to me. I don’t really need a third Iso-Tip, but you can’t have too much of a good thing and they do make a colorful set. Please don’t ever change how you make these irons. What worked in the 70’s, still works today. I would’ve even preferred that you left the old screw base (E10) light bulbs alone. The current model bayonet type is more expensive and can’t be found at your local hardware store like the old ones still can.

    I’m just glad that Iso-Tip lives on, still being made in the USA and remaining true to it’s original design. Doesn’t get much better than that. Keep up the good work.

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