Testimonials


Tom

Tom

For the past 18 yrs. I have been engaged in car restoration work and the Henrob 2000 torch (now known as the Cobra) is my best friend for welding and the air acetylene attachment for lead wiping.

The purchase of the torch was the best decision I ever made; the low pressure saves me money on gas, I find the flame is a lot softer than conventional welding torches and I have more control over the weld and it is very malleable.

I thank Phil for his honesty and supply of parts when I need them. I have not been paid for this testimonial.

posted 21/12/2018

Registered User
Steve J

Steve J

I was looking to buy a TIG welder and came across the Cobra torch while looking at how to weld aluminium on YouTube. I went with the Cobra set up instead of the much more expensive TIG. After using my Cobra torch system I have found that I use it for more than I bought it for I can now silver solder very small pieces, it has all but replaced my MIG, the Cobra does just about everything from the one system. I have found that it does a perfect fusion weld and would even say it does it better than a TIG.

I initially had doubts about my ability to use the oxy system having only used a MIG in the past, having spoken to Phil from Cobra Torches Australia, I felt confident that there was help on the end of the phone if I ran into trouble.

I would recommend Cobra torches to anyone who needs to weld anything, even recommending it for people in the welding industry and the end results are perfect.

posted 20/12/2018

Registered User
Paul M

Paul M

I was watching youtube videos about oxy welding and one of the comments mentioned Cobra torch. So then I started to research about them. Initially I was looking at the Colt 22 which is no longer made and could not find one for sale. As I have a Comet 2 which is hard to control on thin metal. After a few attempts I have started to metal weld with this torch. If you want to weld light car panels this torch works very well, I would highly recommend the Cobra for ease of use.

Welding novice I was taught how to weld about ten years ago doing repair or restoration work at TAFE. And have not do much oxy welding since.

posted 20/12/2018

Registered User
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