Milwaukee 2488-20 M12 Soldering Iron (Tool Only)

Milwaukee Model: miln2488-20
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Milwaukee 2488-20 M12 Soldering Iron (Tool Only) Milwaukee Model: miln2488-20
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Product Features & specs :

Milwaukee 2488-20 M12 Soldering Iron (Tool Only)

The M12 Soldering Iron delivers fast application speeds by reaching operational temperature in under 18 seconds and maintaining an optimized temperature throughout the most demanding applications. The heat indicator utilizes REDLINK INTELLEGENCE to notify users when the tool is ready-to-use and safe-to-store, eliminating the guesswork. The 3-stop pivoting head provides unmatched access by allowing users the ability to adapt the tool for the application and solder in more confined spaces. The M12 Soldering Iron powered by REDLITHIUM battery technology delivers up to 40 minutes of run-time on a M12 Compact Battery Pack.
  • 18 Second Heat Up Time
  • Red LED Indicates Tool is Off and Still Hot
  • Green LED Indicates Operating Temperature Reached
  • Tool-Free Tip Change: Easily Switch Between Chisel and Pointed Tips
  • 3-Stop Pivoting Head: Delivers Unmatched Access
  • LED Work Light
  • Compatible with all M12 Battery Packs
  • Part of the M12 System of over 90 tools
What’s Included:
  • M12 Cordless Li-Ion Soldering Iron - 2488-20
  • Chisel Tip
  • Pointed Tip
  • Tool Only - Battery & Charger sold separately
Power Source
Wifi compatibility
Case Included
Bluetooth Compatibility
Motor Type
Battery System
10.06 in.
1.14 in.
1.39 in.
0.48 lbs.
Warranty Term
5 Year

Reviews :

3.1 / 5.0
27 Reviews
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Would you recommend this product?
Yes (2)
No (1)
Easy To Use (3)
Ergonomic Design (2)
Value (2)
Lightweight (2)
Not Durable (1)
Short Run Time (if applicable) (1)
Best Uses
Frequent Use (3)
Small Projects (3)
Home Repair (3)
Jobsite (2)
Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Ergonomic Design
Battery Longevity (if applicable)
Best Uses
Frequent Use
Heavy Duty Requirements
Large Projects
Small Projects
Home Repair
Cordless solderer
Works amazing !!
October 24, 2020
3 months ago
Describe Yourself:
Didn't get the chance for the collar to melt.
It worked 2 or 3 times before the trigger wouldn't function correctly. The only way to get mine to heat is to put hard pressure on the trigger after turning it to on. If I let go, the led turns red and starts to cool down. Like everyone else all my other Milwaukee tools generally work like expected, if not better.
September 24, 2020
Originally posted at
Love this tool
Airfield maintenance, automotive repair and field electronics repair. No need to stock butane on my truck. That by the Way has exploded in the heat. Very fast start up time. No AC outlet no problem
September 5, 2020
Originally posted at
Another melted collar
You'd think after so many people have the same problem with the collar melting, that Milwaukee would redesign it to be more resistant to melting. And make it a serviceable part as it is removable. Other than that it was a great 12v soldering iron.
May 26, 2020
Originally posted at
Love my m12 products but the collar on this tool is lacking.
Only used a briefly
May 21, 2020
Originally posted at
Collar started to melt after 5 months
I was using my iron and like other reviews have stated the collar started to melt.
April 27, 2020
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Would you recommend this product?
Easy To Use
Best Uses
Small Projects
Gets hot. Melts solder. Takes a while to cool down.
April 25, 2020
8 months ago
Describe Yourself:
Avid Do-it-Yourselfer
Very handy but not very rugged
Use it often but melted the coller that holds the tipand no response about repairing it or part info other than buying another
March 28, 2020
Originally posted at
Love this solder iron!
I have been using a decent amount the last few months with out a hiccup. Well then my 1.5 year old disassembled it and lost the knurled Fastner #3 in the pic. Please help lol
March 23, 2020
Originally posted at
Melting collar
I’m an avid hobbyist and love the cordless aspect. However after a few uses the collar started to melt, and like in other reviews once it’s hot And you apply a little pressure the whole tip moves. Very disappointed. What’s even more disappointing is it’s not a serviceable part.
December 7, 2019
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Has Milwaukee done anything about the melting collar problem?
Kenneth R on Sep 13, 2020
how many watts is the iron?
shane e on Jan 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: approx 80 watts