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    YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    I keep seeing an ad pop up in front of me for one of these:
    https://www.yeswelder.com/collection...-welder-mig205
    Seems like control pad would wear out fast but the price is hard to resist.
    Just wondering if anyone has bought one or knows anything about the company.

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    I had them send me a couple pics of the feed system and it's the same as most import units so I think that part is solid. I also think the soft keys would be fine. Pretty common these days. It's legit. They will respond to you on e-bay. $300.00 is a crazy good price and I can't imagine it being any worse than Harbor Freight. E-Bay gives you buyer protection and you can do a warranty I believe 2 years for $35.00. I'm considering it to leave it at my cabin
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    The description says steel only but I wonder if they are referring to TIG. There is no spool gun available but It seems you would be able to weld aluminum with the proper liner and drive rolls (if available) unless there is something in the electronics that prevents it.
    It also seems to require 8" wire rolls but someone had mentioned that a generic spindle adapter was available with modifications.
    I sent them an email with these questions.
    Also, many credit cards will extend the warranty for a year.

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    You can add a spool gun off of e-bay. You just splice into the 24v feed motor wires and put in a toggle switch. Pretty straight forward. Flip the toggle to run the mig gun or flip to run the spool gun. On the spindle, I was sent a pic from them and you can take off the spindle for the 10# spools and run 2# or 1# if wanted. And yes a teflon liner would work for aluminum. I'm not trying to sell anyone on these. The machine just caught my eye as being very nice for very low cost.
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    Re: YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    Thanks for the information. I might brave this, but I'm a beginner/novice welder so if I have problems it will be more difficult to determine if it is me or the machine.
    I have a battery operated MIG welder for off-roading (Ready Welder) that I've been using. I'm not that concerned about the spool gun or 1-2# spools since I can fall back on that and I rarely weld aluminum anyway. It's just a PIA to get out a couple of batteries every time I need to use it.

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    Re: YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    https://www.amazon.com/MIG-205-Weldi...07VSN9NV9?th=1

    You got me curious so I looked on Amazon. The reviews are generally favorable, worth what it cost.

    A couple of customers got 'customer return' units or other problems. Phone support offered immediate replacement and was good to straighten out problems.

    Everyone says it welds well.

    Note the reviews jumble together all of the Askwelder versions and none of the customer photos matched the Amazon listing. One guy said his 205 can't be set to more than 150 amps. Note it needs 35 amps from the wall (not likely!) to give the claimed 160 amps on 110 volts.

    Price is cheaper if you don't get the helmet included. Extended warranty looks worthwhile. Those buttons are the same as on a home microwave which last 10+ years so I wouldn't worry about that.

    Based on the reviews it seems to be worth the price, which is far less than a pro production welder.
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    I'm not buying one due to already having 5 welders but it's tempting. I saw it on E-bay and they seller was very prompt in answering my questions and sending pics. I think you can even buy it without the mig gun if you already have a euro gun laying around.
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    Re: YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    I don't think the MIG-205DS is available on amazon anymore (the TIG-205DS is).

    I sent them an email Sunday morning and received the following reply Sunday evening:

    "Thank you for reaching out.
    We don't supply spool gun at the moment. Our MIG-205DS could support 2pounds (D100mm) and 10pounds (D200mm) wire.
    We're working on a new welder MIG-270K which comes with spool gun.
    We'll keep you informed as soon as it is available.
    If there is anything more we could help, please don't hesitate to reach out to us directly.

    YesWelder Team is here to help.
    Best Regards
    YesWelder Support Team
    www.YesWelder.com
    Enjoy welding with YesWelder"

    I had also asked about using aluminum wire with a different liner and drive roller but they didn't address that.
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    Re: YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    In 'comparables' listed on Amazon there's another ultra-cheap welder that might be a clone to this one. It's been offered for a year, so its not a scam vendor.

    $199 with free shipping to arrive within a week. Shipped from US, not China. And Amazon cashback if it never arrives.

    https://www.amazon.com/ITS200-Weldin..._t2_B0766R8TJ9

    Quality? Who knows. The one review is independent of the vendor, and favorable. Maybe it comes from the same factory as HF's stuff!
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    Re: YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    I decided to take a chance and bought the MIG-205DS. I don't plan on welding aluminum anytime soon. It will be interesting to see if anyone else on this site buys one and gets it set up for aluminum.

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    Re: YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    Quote Originally Posted by RKCRLR View Post
    I decided to take a chance and bought the MIG-205DS. I don't plan on welding aluminum anytime soon. It will be interesting to see if anyone else on this site buys one and gets it set up for aluminum.
    You can buy a spoolgun on e-bay with the euro connect back end. ( don't buy the $70 one with the white spool attached. It doesn't take a standard spool ) What you need to do is take off the cover and splice the 2 trigger wires into the 2 24v drive motor wires and run them through a toggle switch. Flip it to Spool Gun when you want to run it. flip it back when not. The easy wire connection diagram comes with the inexpensive switch on e-bay as well. This is how all manufactures do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post
    You can buy a spoolgun on e-bay with the euro connect back end. ( don't buy the $70 one with the white spool attached. It doesn't take a standard spool ) What you need to do is take off the cover and splice the 2 trigger wires into the 2 24v drive motor wires and run them through a toggle switch. Flip it to Spool Gun when you want to run it. flip it back when not. The easy wire connection diagram comes with the inexpensive switch on e-bay as well. This is how all manufactures do it.
    Please post or send a message on what you think of the machine. Very curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post
    Please post or send a message on what you think of the machine. Very curious.
    It's on back-order, probably why it isn't currently listed on Amazon. It is supposed to be back in stock at a warehouse on May 20.
    I'll post my impressions once I've had a chance to use it a little.

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    Re: YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    I see Amazon has these back in stock.

    https://www.amazon.com/MIG-205-Weldi...07TVCWDGW?th=1

    I have a question I'm hoping one of you pros can answer.

    On the second review listed:
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Works great, final update.
    Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2019

    Dustin talks about how it seems to work really well on 110 volts. He's looking forward to checking it out on 220 volts when he gets the correct 110 -> 220 adapter.

    I have two dual voltage welders. Both of them have a 220 plug on the welder, and a separate adapter/pigtail to use 110 volts. The pictures of this welder show the same thing. 220 plug on the machine with an included 110 pigtail. Yet in Dustin's review he mentions that he has used it on 110 volts, and is awaiting the adapter to plug it into 220 volts?

    What am I missing here? Do the new ones have a 110 plug on the machine, and use a pigtail for 220?

    The first Chinese multi-process welder with AC HF TIG to hit the Amazon market at these crazy cheap prices, will make a killing if they have any quality at all.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: YESWELDER: Anyone used one of these?

    Some of the newer imports come with a crazy 3 prong 230v plug. All prongs are round about the size of out 115v ground prong. I wouldn't be surprised if this is what it has and you need to add a standard 230 plug. The adaptor to 115v can be obtained at any of the multiprocess brands. I'm not seeing anything about AC/DC or AC tig on this unit. They did send me pics of the drive system and it's just like all the sti=uff out there including Everlast, ESAB and Miller. It's a standard euro design that is proven. I have 7 welders now but i'm close to buying one of these and return it if it's not what it appears.
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    This is getting ridiculous!!!

    A welder similar to the one discussed in this thread, for $19.99 shipped.

    I don't know what to make of this. This seller has feedback for selling one of these recently but claims 250 sold. A similar stick welder seller also claims many sold but his feedback is mostly for shirts. Clearly a broker-speculator, not a welding shop. Is it worth the trouble to search for similar-price welders with more extensive feedback? Anybody here ever successfully received one of these $20 welders?

    There are several similar listings for stick, tig, plasma cutter at the bottom of this page. Are these for real???

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/HITBOX-Digital-AC-DC-Aluminum-Welder-110-240V-PFC-HF-TIG-MMA-ARC-Welding-Machine/303570914871?_trkparms=aid%3D1110012%26algo%3DSPLI CE.SOIPOST%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20200420083544%26meid% 3Ddf86a6d758794453b55f25ab363f3ef0%26pid%3D100008% 26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D3%26mehot%3Dpp%26sd%3D30357506031 8%26itm%3D303570914871%26pmt%3D1%26noa%3D0%26pg%3D 2047675%26algv%3DPromotedSellersOtherItemsV2%26bra nd%3DUnbranded&_trksid=p2047675.c100008.m2219


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    Quote Originally Posted by California View Post
    This is getting ridiculous!!!

    A welder similar to the one discussed in this thread, for $19.99 shipped.

    I don't know what to make of this. This seller has feedback for selling one of these recently but claims 250 sold. A similar stick welder seller also claims many sold but his feedback is mostly for shirts. Clearly a broker-speculator, not a welding shop. Is it worth the trouble to search for similar-price welders with more extensive feedback? Anybody here ever successfully received one of these $20 welders?

    There are several similar listings for stick, tig, plasma cutter at the bottom of this page. Are these for real???

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/HITBOX-Digital-AC-DC-Aluminum-Welder-110-240V-PFC-HF-TIG-MMA-ARC-Welding-Machine/303570914871?_trkparms=aid%3D1110012%26algo%3DSPLI CE.SOIPOST%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20200420083544%26meid% 3Ddf86a6d758794453b55f25ab363f3ef0%26pid%3D100008% 26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D3%26mehot%3Dpp%26sd%3D30357506031 8%26itm%3D303570914871%26pmt%3D1%26noa%3D0%26pg%3D 2047675%26algv%3DPromotedSellersOtherItemsV2%26bra nd%3DUnbranded&_trksid=p2047675.c100008.m2219


    You can remove everything past the "?" after the item number, the rest of it is just tracking and search information.

    That's a fraudulent listing. I reported it as such.

    How about this one, an Amico plasma for $29.99 ??? I reported this also.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Amico-APC-5...g/303575084120

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    I ordered 3 of these $20.00 ebay machines just for the heck of it.. 1= AC/DC 1=3 in1 1=230pulse 3 in 1. First I contacted Ebay and they say that I am protected with buyer protection and can easily get my money back. I contacted the seller and they say they are trying to break into the USA market and are offering the machines at a cost of materials loss for 30 days. Lol.. I expect a paypal refund on these and maybe it will make Ebay tighten the ship a little bit if they have to keep refunding.. We will see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve007 View Post
    I see Amazon has these back in stock.

    https://www.amazon.com/MIG-205-Weldi...07TVCWDGW?th=1

    I have a question I'm hoping one of you pros can answer.

    On the second review listed:
    Dustin Raley
    4.0 out of 5 stars Works great, final update.
    Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2019

    Dustin talks about how it seems to work really well on 110 volts. He's looking forward to checking it out on 220 volts when he gets the correct 110 -> 220 adapter.

    I have two dual voltage welders. Both of them have a 220 plug on the welder, and a separate adapter/pigtail to use 110 volts. The pictures of this welder show the same thing. 220 plug on the machine with an included 110 pigtail. Yet in Dustin's review he mentions that he has used it on 110 volts, and is awaiting the adapter to plug it into 220 volts?

    What am I missing here? Do the new ones have a 110 plug on the machine, and use a pigtail for 220?

    The first Chinese multi-process welder with AC HF TIG to hit the Amazon market at these crazy cheap prices, will make a killing if they have any quality at all.

    Thanks in advance.
    The reviews are for multiple models all mixed together. Dustin's review doesn't state which model he got and he only talks about stick welding. It's possible his review isn't for the MIG 205DS. I haven't seen other similar comments for the MIG 205DS. Also, if you look at the 110v adapter in the picture, it looks like it is made to accept a standard NEMA 6-50 plug.

    Edit: Boy, these guys really need to hire someone to write their descriptions that has English as their first language. Maybe the welder girl in the pictures...
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    Quote Originally Posted by California View Post
    This is getting ridiculous!!!

    A welder similar to the one discussed in this thread, for $19.99 shipped.

    I don't know what to make of this. This seller has feedback for selling one of these recently but claims 250 sold. A similar stick welder seller also claims many sold but his feedback is mostly for shirts. Clearly a broker-speculator, not a welding shop. Is it worth the trouble to search for similar-price welders with more extensive feedback? Anybody here ever successfully received one of these $20 welders?

    There are several similar listings for stick, tig, plasma cutter at the bottom of this page. Are these for real???

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/HITBOX-Digital-AC-DC-Aluminum-Welder-110-240V-PFC-HF-TIG-MMA-ARC-Welding-Machine/303570914871?_trkparms=aid%3D1110012%26algo%3DSPLI CE.SOIPOST%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20200420083544%26meid% 3Ddf86a6d758794453b55f25ab363f3ef0%26pid%3D100008% 26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D3%26mehot%3Dpp%26sd%3D30357506031 8%26itm%3D303570914871%26pmt%3D1%26noa%3D0%26pg%3D 2047675%26algv%3DPromotedSellersOtherItemsV2%26bra nd%3DUnbranded&_trksid=p2047675.c100008.m2219


    $20 probably wouldn't even cover the shipping....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TraditionalToolworks View Post
    You can remove everything past the "?" after the item number, the rest of it is just tracking and search information.

    That's a fraudulent listing. I reported it as such.

    How about this one, an Amico plasma for $29.99 ??? I reported this also.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Amico-APC-5...g/303575084120
    It's the Wild West on Ebay at the moment. Here's some guy in Los Angeles offering the same plasma for $1,399 (with 3 day delivery) while his feedback shows several sold at $279.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post
    I ordered 3 of these $20.00 ebay machines just for the heck of it.. 1= AC/DC 1=3 in1 1=230pulse 3 in 1. First I contacted Ebay and they say that I am protected with buyer protection and can easily get my money back. I contacted the seller and they say they are trying to break into the USA market and are offering the machines at a cost of materials loss for 30 days. Lol.. I expect a paypal refund on these and maybe it will make Ebay tighten the ship a little bit if they have to keep refunding.. We will see.
    Let us know when they say they've shipped and if they provide tracking numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RKCRLR View Post
    $20 probably wouldn't even cover the shipping....
    A couple of years ago I ordered a brand new Firepower 220i on eBay with free shipping. They were selling for everywhere else for well over $1,000. I believe I paid $700 for my welder with free shipping.

    I paid right away and received the welder the next day. The UPS label said 3 day economy, but somehow the seller had it send overnight. Couldn't believe it arrived that fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RKCRLR View Post
    Let us know when they say they've shipped and if they provide tracking numbers.
    I just bought a couple too. I doubt tracking numbers are provided on $20 free shipping from China.



    Edit. WOW. 68% exchange rate USA-Canada. My cost is $29.10 CAD!

    Iíll need to skip lunches for a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RKCRLR View Post
    Let us know when they say they've shipped and if they provide tracking numbers.
    Tracking numbers from China are valid from good vendors, don't mean anything from scammers. Here's the essence of a couple of posts I've made elsewhere.

    [drop shipped from God-knows-where] ...nearly past the 30 day Ebay feedback window, I got a shipping confirmation in the style of a USPS tracking number. But # unknown at USPS. I finally traced that # to learning it was a Philippine Post number, but they showed 'no information'. Weeks later the item arrived with markings showing China Post (expected) overlaid by Malaysia Post (WTF??). Likely his use of a bogus Philippine Post tracking number was only to 'prove' to Ebay that he shipped timely.

    and

    I got a tracking number today for an Ebay flashlight from Hong Kong. I discovered this company [ParcelsAp] will tell you which courier the seller uses and progress of the package.

    My tracking number was a Yanwen number. Parcelsapp says they are an intermediary (similar to UPS) who collects parcels and takes them to China Post in bundles (maybe in full container loads?) A China Post tracking number is assigned to the package when they receive the container inventory but before they have possession. Then the parcel (container?) is handed to an airline or ocean shipper.

    The Yanwen # will track progress of the parcel within China. Then the new China Post tracking number can be recognized by USPS and will show progress clear to the buyer's door if the higher-cost YANWEN Express option was chosen by the shipper.

    A caution that I read elsewhere is that these tracking results will sometimes be posted by Yanwen or other intermediaries earlier than the actual progress of the parcel through the system. If the seller has chosen a reliable shipping handler, then its rare for a shipment to disappear. In particular the Chinese government works hard to make shipping reliable for exports and anything within their control should be reliable, if at times slow.
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    In this case with unreasonably cheap ebay prices, tracking numbers are likely imaginary. Or possibly valid numbers but tracing the shipment of a brochure or toy.
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