It is common to work with a soldering iron like a pencil and there are only 6 centimeters from the grip to the soldering tip so you can do fine work reliably. I am using it for nearly a year, but I like it.
It is a recommended soldering iron which is not complaining, except for not having a temperature control function, rather it is very handy. It is light, the tip is short and easy work is easy. It is early to warm up. I do not use lead-free solder, but I think whether it is all right if it is 400 degrees. The tip can also be changed. I have a commercially available inexpensive soldering iron and can solder wires, relays and connecting terminals, but for those who are worried about overheating of semiconductors such as IC and LED, I recommend this temperature controlled soldering iron To do.