KOTTO Third Hand Soldering Tool PCB Holder

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  • $28.99
  • Regular price $29.99

  • 'Third Hand' workshop handyman vice – Ideal for Soldering, Circuit board holder, Assembly, Repair, Modeling, Hobby, Jewelry, Crafts. Four adjustable Magnetic metal gooseneck arms and stainless steel precision crocodile/alligator tip clamps, with 360 degree rotation. They are strong to keep a tight grip on your components allowing you position them wherever you like.
  • Weighted base and Anti-Split rubber feet: Solid weighted steel construction, power coated with industrial grade rubber feet ensures a stable base that does not move. Our rubber feet protects your work surface against scratches and scuffs.
  • Stainless steel alligator clamps - can be rotated 360 degrees then "locked" into place with knurled thumb nuts. 2lb weighted base prevents tips and turns, holds everything steady.
  • Perfect for various projects – You can use our helping hands for all kinds of jobs, many customers use for hobby projects, electronics, arts and crafts. Painting figurine and models, as well as prototyping products and during production.
  • US based customer support, 30 days full satisfaction no question asked return period.

Customer Reviews

Based on 68 reviews
its like having 5 more hands

soldering has always been difficult in my auto hobby world. Having surgery and one less usable arm made it nearly impossible. I ordered the third hand…which truly was my second hand, and I completed a new fabricated rear lighting harness for one of my projects. THANK YOU

Justin Z.
Just what I needed

Works great! Strong grip, holder for the solder iron and those magnets will not get budge! Pretty cheap for what you are getting.

Stacey Fitzgerald
Great value!

Was sturdy and worked well at holding small electronics while I soldered it.

Tiffany Smith
Great Product!

Stable, versatile, and good quality. I am very pleased.

Jeffrey Smith
It's cheap but I guess it works.

Almost spend as much time on set up some times as I would have without. When it's on point it's worth it. When it's not, it becomes almost annoying.