This solder is made at the southern tip of the Argentinian Andes. As always, sourcing the best materials comes at a cost. But here it is! Armattan solder.
We use a slightly higher percentage of tin compared with the classic 60/40 offered in most hobby stores. This allows for a lower melting point making soldering, and especially desoldering equipment less risky for your gear. In other words, the less time your soldering tip is applied onto a PCB,(be it a FC, an ESC or a RX), the less the whole PCB will heat up. This means less chances of overheating PCBs and other sensible electronic equipment.
If that was not enough, we use non-corrosive and non-conductive rosin core so that you never have to use flux again.
To boot, it comes in a small affordable package that allows for building at least 100 quads worth of the stuff. You’ll be set, no less. Straight from the most southern Andes in South America. 😉