1937 Supreme Instruments Soldering Iron
Supreme Instruments Corp.
This Supreme Instruments Soldering Iron was advertised in 1937 as the first "Pistol Grip"
soldering iron specifically designed for radio repair. The heating element and tip angle are adjustable allowing the narrow six inch tip to
access hard to reach areas of a radio chassis.
The Supreme soldering iron also incorporated a unique switch in the cord that allowed low (75 watts), medium (150 watts), and high (225 watts) settings.
Several double ended tips were available that could easily be reversed.
Larger Photo (opposite side)
3 Position Switch
1937 Announcement in Radio News
Manuals & Schematics
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