LEXIVON LX-771 Multifunction Soldering Set & Jewelers’ Torch

Last updated: June 8, 2022


At just the right price, this 12-piece butane torch kit has a refillable metal fuel tank that holds enough butane gas for up to two hours and refills in just 15 seconds. It also has a hands-free flame lock-on feature and an attachable base stand.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: You won't regret buying this jeweler's torch; you'll appreciate the value and be able to use it for other applications as well.

In our analysis of 12 expert reviews, the LEXIVON LX-771 Multifunction Soldering Set & Jewelers' Torch placed 3rd when we looked at the top 5 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

A MUST-HAVE BUTANE TORCH FOR YOUR MASTERPIECES: Use the LEXIVON 12-piece butane powered soldering set in a wide range of different applications, from wood burning to wire soldering. TAKE CONTROL INTO YOUR OWN HANDS: Adjust flame from 1/2″ to 2″ with working temperature up to 2400° F, hands-free operation with the attachable base stand. OUR BUTANE SOLDERING TORCH IS MADE TO LAST: 100% Metal refillable fuel tank will last longer than common plastic tubes. Pre-tested for leakage and ignition capability. CONVENIENT HANDS-FREE FLAME LOCK-ON: The large tank capacity with standard butane gas allows for up to 2-Hours run time, fully refills in 15 seconds so you can stay on the job. YOUR SAFETY IS OUR TOP PRIORITY: Newly designed with Ignition stopper to meet the U.S. CPSC-Child resistance standard requirements. (Attention – butane is NOT included).

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

Adjustable fire control. Multiple attachments for soldering. The placement of the igniter wire in this model is well designed. It is easy to set up.
A complete kit for soldering. Can become a perfect gift. Has all the needed options for an electrician.
Flame reaches 2,400 degrees. Reaches over 1,000 degrees with tip. Includes six specialty tips. Includes solder, sponge, and tin. Protective cover and case with a fitted insert. Large fuel tank.

What reviewers didn't like

There is no adjustable airflow intake. You have to use both hands in order to lock the flame on.
The price is a little high.
Trigger is difficult to maneuver.
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