Soldering Tips - Hakko Compatible - WEB SPECIAL!

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HS-4841 1mm conical tip 1.0mm 10 $79.93
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CLOSE-OUT 0.040" (1mm) conical soldering tip for Hakko FX-888, FX-888E, 926, 928 and other older stations, and Hakko FX-8801, FX-8802, FX-8803, 900M and other older irons.

HS-4841 has the same working geometry as Plato HS-4785, Hakko T18-B and 900M-T-B, but less tapered design. Get similar soldering functionality & SAVE BIG!


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Tip Price

Total Savings


100 bags
(1,000 tips)


$ 2,650


300 bags
(3,000 tips)


$ 8,550


600 bags
(6,000 tips)


$ 18,000


1000 bags
(10,000 tips)


$ 31,500


2000 bags
(20,000 tips)


$  66,000



Plato is one of the largest manufacturers of soldering tips in the world, producing tips to fit all of the most popular soldering stations. The long life and fast heat recovery of Plato soldering tips increases user effectiveness and decreases production times.

Features & Benefits

  • Fast heat recovery increases soldering speed
  • Longer tip life reduces soldering cost by decreasing tip change overs

Product Dimensions

HS-4841 1mm conical tip

Cross Reference: N/A 10  Units/Case


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