Aoyue 937+ Soldering Station Review

aoyue 937+ Review

Aoyue 937+ Soldering Station Review

The Aoyue 937+ is a 45 Watt soldering station that features a touch button operation, digital readout, fast heat up time, ESD safe and comes with a spare ceramic heating element.

The temperature range of the Aoyue 937+ is 200 – 480 °C (392 – 897 °F) and is a great buy for any hobbyist or electronics enthusiast. But, with only a 45 Watt output the station may well struggle with some heavy soldering jobs due to the irons thermal recovery time.


LCD Display Yes
Display F or C
Touch Pad
Pre-sets 0
Auto Shutoff No
ESD Safe Yes
390 – 896 F
200 – 480 C
Watts 45
Volts in 110
Volts out 24
Size in inches
W x H x D
4.4 x 3.5 x 6.1

The build quality is of a high standard and the iron holder has been re-designed (as of 15th April 2012) to be a snug fit for the iron. The iron stand also has a solder reel holder that can be attached to the left, right or left off completely. The stand also makes changing the tips very easy due to a recess in the top of the stand that fits the flats on the tip locking nut. The cord from the power supply to the iron is of adequate length and also very flexible.

The tactile push buttons on the station seem to be quite close together and the reset (top *) can be mistakenly pressed, causing the stations temperature to reset to its pre-programmed 200°C.

As with the Aoyue 2900 the station does not have the ability to pre-set nor save a temperature setting so every time you switch the station off and then back on again it will heat up to its pre-programmed 200°C and you will have to set your desired soldering temperature.

Positive Points:

LCD Display
Lightweight Iron
Ergonomic design
Long Flexible Cable
Fast Heat up
Quality Build
ESD Safe
Wide Range of Tips Available

Negative Points:
No auto shut off
No pre-sets
Temperature display in Celsius only
Ill fitting thin sponge

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