We used the same manufacturer's cabinet which is cheaper than this type, but this time we are satisfied because there is weight and there is stability. Will not the price be a little cheaper? There is a gap between the outer part of the insertion part and the insertion hole when inserting the soldering iron into the insertion hole, and the small tip may enter here, which may damage the small tip. If I insert / remove the soldering iron frequently frequently, I think that I have to improve this number many times.
Since there is rubber and weight on the bottom, it does not move in case of putting in and out of the trowel. Made in Japan, it is not complaining to build just as it is used in major factories. (It is the amount of consent.) Although it became specification that angle adjustment can not be done, even in this state it is enough even if it is used. It may be good to take a standard such as a guard to prevent scattering of solder when wiping the tip.