Mig Welders

All our Mig Welders have been carefully chosen to offer you a great performance to price ratio. All our Mig Welders are Fan Cooled, have a Non Live Torch, are manufactured to EU standards, carry UK Warranties and are backed by our Technical Support Team.

To help you make an informed selection we've placed our Mig Welders into three categories, DIY, Trade & Pro . Or if you prefer, you're welcome to call and speak to one of our Technical Advisors who will advise on the best Mig Welder for your specific job.

Price: 219.00
(182.50 ex VAT)

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BlueMig 140T Turbo Mig Welder offers excellent quality and superb value for money. Easy to use, even on thin metal, thanks to this Mig Welders low power performance.
Discover what the BlueMig 140T Mig Welder could do for you
Product Test "RECOMMENDED" - Land Rover Monthly

Price: 219.00
(182.50 ex VAT)

Technical Details:

> Power Supply = 240v 50/60 Hz
> Fuse = 13amp
> Welding Output Range = 30 - 140amps
> No Load Voltage = 19-29.5v
> Duty Cycle = [100% @ 40amps @ 40*C] & [15% @ 110amps @ 40*C]
> Protection = IP 21
> Insulation Class = H
> Dimensions (machine only) = 475 x 250 x 345mm
> Weight = 26Kg

Price: 219.00
(182.50 ex VAT)

  • 0.7Kg Mini Spool of 0.6mm £4.96
  • 0.7Kg Mini Spool of 0.8mm £4.96
  • 5.0Kg Midi Spool of 0.6mm Welding Wire £18.00
  • 5.0Kg Midi Spool of 0.8mm Welding Wire £18.00
  • Pro Gas Regulator for Refillable Bottle £30.00

Feedback for BlueMig 140T Mig Welder has been compiled from 1 reviews.

DateProductScoreCustomer Comment
Date:Product:

BlueMig 140T Mig Welder

Score:
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Customer Comment:

This machine looks very well made, nothing like the usual DIY type welder. It performs much better than my old mig welder my welding performance as gone from bird poo to neat smooth welds in no time. brilliant machine dont pay for a name get this quality welder

Price: 279.00
(232.50 ex VAT)

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With its industrial Euro Torch, the BlueMig 150T Turbo Mig Welder is a proven allrounder.Great results are easy to achieve on a range of metal thicknesses from car panels to around 6mm.
Discover what the BlueMig 150T Mig Welder could do for you
Product Test "BEST BUY" - Land Rover Monthly

Price: 279.00
(232.50 ex VAT)

Technical Details:

> Power Supply = 240v 50/60 Hz
> Fuse = 13amp
> Welding Output Range = 30 - 150amps
> No Load Voltage = 19-29.5v
> Duty Cycle = [100% @ 45amps @ 40*C] & [15% @ 115amps @ 40*C]
> Protection = IP 21
> Insulation Class = H
> Dimensions (machine only) = 475 x 250 x 345mm
> Weight = 28Kg

Price: 279.00
(232.50 ex VAT)

  • 0.7Kg Mini Spool of 0.6mm £4.96
  • 0.7Kg Mini Spool of 0.8mm £4.96
  • 5.0Kg Midi Spool of 0.6mm Welding Wire £18.00
  • 5.0Kg Midi Spool of 0.8mm Welding Wire £18.00
  • Pro Gas Regulator for Refillable Bottle £30.00

Feedback for BlueMig 150T Gas/No Gas Mig Welder has been compiled from 11 reviews.

DateProductScoreCustomer Comment
Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Gas/No Gas Mig Welder

Score:
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Customer Comment:

It may have been the tears of frustration welling in my eyes, that finally convinced the wife that I did indeed need a new mig welder, and that I wasn't in fact just hankering after a 'new toy'.

In reality however, the more probable reason was the fact that I had offered to pay for half the cost of the Bluemig 150T, from Welders Warehouse.

The spec' of the Bluemig and the description of the product certainly caught my eye, though I was unable to find little in the way of reviews on tinterweb. However there is the Landrover Magazine review that gave a glowing report.

My previous welder, an SIP 130 Turbo Migmate (and the reason for my heightened emotional state), had made me extremely wary of the (how can I put it), more 'economical' mig welders. Anyone who has been unfortunate enough to rely on an SIP 130, will no doubt have found themselves in an equally frustrated and turbulent state of mind? Typical problems such as poor wire feed mechanism, an erratic power transformer supply (causing amperage to ramp up and down at random), and the fact that the power transformer also supplies the wire feed motor, 'always' resulted in both poor and at times, non-existent welds and a wire feed motor that sounded like a flight of geese. Take it from me, it's no fun watching the end of the welding wire 'peck' away at the metal, like a demented chicken.

Having used the SIP (from new) in this condition, I'd grown to believe that either my welding abilities were very poor, or that this was actually how mig welder's operated.

With this in mind, the promises made by Welders Warehouse of a quality machine, with a high spec' wire feed and tensioning system, steady welding power, top notch electronics and a quality Eurotorch, seemed to good to be true. However I was desperate and at 279 delivered, whilst excellent compared to a top-flight professional welder, wasn't to be sniffed at.

I took the plunge.

The package arrived the very next day and in fact came in two sturdy boxes (one for the welder and one for the torch). After removing all of the items, my initial impressions were that the welder was very well made and not quite as heavy as the old SIP, which was nice. Ancillary items such as a the earth lead, gas hose, clips, some spare gas fittings for a regulator, a spare tip and the manual, were all found inside the side compartment, behind a properly hinged side door, with latch.

One word of warning. The welder doesn't come with a mains plug. Here at least, the SIP served one last and useful purpose and duly donated it's own.

After wiring the plug and attaching the sturdy and high quality Eurotorch (with amazingly long lead), it was a simple matter of securing a 5kg reel of 0.8mm wire to the welder, then feeding the wire through the torch. This seemed to take an eternity, but was no surprise considering the refreshingly long 3m torch lead. After attaching the gas hose and my Hi-Lo regulator between the Mig and a bottle of BOC Argoshield Light, all that remained was to secure the equally lengthy earth lead to the welder (a simple twist) and to set the gas flow (the mig features a dedicated 'gas flow' setting on the step switch). Now I was ready to continue the job I was currently embroiled in - the sills on my ageing VW T25 camper van.

The steel I was welding was 1.2mm thick and the handy chart inside the side door of the mig suggested a wire speed of 2 and also a 'step' (power) setting of 2. Oh well, here goes.

Oh . . . my . . . god !!!

Words can not describe the relief I felt, as the first half-inch of weld appeared to materialize infront of my very eyes. What's more, the process 'sounded' like mig welding - a proper crackling ppppzzzzzzzzz, and not the eek eek splat splat of the old SIP.

With regards the actual quality of the welded joint, penetration was spot on, molten metal just appearing on the reverse side of the join. The weld itself was slightly raised, with no pin holes and a nice heat trace surrounding the weld.

Needless to say, I set to it, welding and catching up with the time lost struggling with the SIP. In fact, I achieved more in the first hour with the new mig, than I had in 2 days with 'you know what'.

In summary, If you're looking for a quality, well spec'd and built in Europe (not China) Mig welder, you won't be disappointed with the Bluemig 150T. I get the impression from the Welders Warehouse, that they are a team of experienced welding enthusiasts/ professionals, who were just as fed up with the low priced tat coming from China, that they decided to have their own range of Mig's produced - and top marks to them if this was the case.

Now all I need is to figure out what to do with the old SIP. Perhaps a YouTube video? "How to repair an SIP mig welder, with a 5-tonne excavator." :)

Cheers,


On 15-Aug-2016 the supplier responded:
Thanks for the positive and entertaining review Kevin, it gave everyone here a smile!! The BlueMig 150T was indeed speced by us after visiting the factory and working with the manufacturer, and you are absolutely correct that this was after the same disillusionment in poorly made "cheap" welders. I hope you continue to enjoy using your BlueMig 150T.
Regards
Graham
Customer Support

Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • 0.6mm Solid Mild Steel Mig Wire (Midi)
Score:
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Customer Comment:

I purchased the BlueMig 150T last October and have deliberately delayed writing a review as I wanted to wait until I had done a lot of welding with it to give it a fair test. Prior to buying it I had seriously thought about buying a well known 'commercial' unit at more than twice the price because I needed something I could rely on. The BlueMig 150T had been recommended in a Land Rover mag, I couldn't get hold of the article but I decided to take a chance anyway! Having used it extensively for the past couple of months all I can say is WOW what a great piece of kit! Thank goodness I did not waste hundreds on a better known make. I am restoring an old MGB and can honestly say that this welder is more than up to the job and much much more. I am seriously impressed with this Mig. I have used just two power settings and have adjusted the wire feed to suit the job in hand. That does not sound like a lot of flexibility but it has has met every requirement from plugging holes to welding chassis sections.

My only criticsm, and it is a VERY minor one is that there is a woodruff key on the shaft where the spool of welding wire mounts and it is not fixed in position. The maunal should advise you that when loading a new reel of wire you need to make sure the woodruff key and the groove in the shaft are set at the 12 oclock position and the key is properly seated before you slide the reel onto the shaft otherwise you could knock it off and lose it in a 'busy' garage. When I change the spool I am going to use thread lock to lock it in position.

Based on my experience with this welder so far I am more than happy to unreservedly recommend it.

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BlueMig 150T Gas/No Gas Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • 0.8mm Mild Steel Mig Wire (Mini)
  • Type 15 Mig Welder Torch Spot Weld Shroud
  • Type 15 Mig Welder Torch Gas Shroud Spring
  • 5 x Type 15 Mig Tips for 0.6mm Wire
  • 5 x Type 15 Mig Tips for 0.8mm Wire
  • Type 15 Mig Welder Torch Shroud (2 Pack)
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Customer Comment:

First off - its a really good welder. Sorry for delay in this reply, we have been so busy .
This purchase enabled us to complete two jobs in our workshop for customers that we could not do with our larger 3 phase Mig-I needed something that had a small torch and would weld with .6 mm wire.
This welder performs extremely well - I tried it on Argo mix and straight Co2.

Whereas some smaller migs spit and ' backfire ' with unclean steel, this machine seems to be able to cope with reasonably dirty steel even on Co2 . On both gases, it lays down very good welds- both different of course as one always gets with C02 or Argomix.

For a machine with just 4 settings, it seems very useable, get used to ' mucking ' around with the wire speed and you have a very good weld experience. It handles .9 mm mild no problem, and on .8 mm wire, I have welded 10 mm .

The torch is totally brilliant.

So - I hope the following is seen as constructive stuff :

We feel that the spigot for carrying the wire spool could do with being threaded ( as with some welders ) and then one could have some form of drag on the spool - a useful thing to be able to do.Also, if one should drop / lose the plastic retainer , there is no immediate way of rectifying that . So , the provision of a spare would be very useful .

When changing over the roller to go from .6 to .8 the key fell out of the shaft.It's a very loose fit. We have secured that now with bearing seal , but if that had been lost would have been in a fix until we'd made another one.

To sum up - a truly excellent bit of kit and we are very happy with it- if the points raised above were sorted then it would make it just that little bit better.

Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Gas/No Gas Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • Side Entry Argon Regulator
Score:
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Customer Comment:

worked straight out of box but need more use to form proper opinion

Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • 0.8mm Solid Mild Steel Mig Wire (Midi)
  • 1.0mm Solid Mild Steel Mig Wire (Midi)
  • Argon Regulator
  • 5 x Type 15 Mig Tips for 0.8mm Wire
  • 5 x Type 15 Mig Tips for 0.9/1.0mm Wire
  • Type 15 Mig Welder Torch Shroud (2 Pack)
Score:
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Customer Comment:

Nice machine, my first welder and very impressed with the ease of use. It only took a few hours to get the hang of things and steadily improving all the time.

Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • Welders Leather Apron
  • 0.6mm Mild Steel Mig Wire (Mini)
  • Welders Clamp Set
  • 0.8mm Mild Steel Mig Wire (Mini)
Score:
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Customer Comment:

Very good

Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • 0.6mm Solid Mild Steel Mig Wire (Midi)
  • Argon Regulator
Score:
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Customer Comment:

Excellent

Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • 0.8mm Mild Steel Mig Wire (Mini)
Score:
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Customer Comment:

very good , excellent quality

Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • 0.8mm Mild Steel Mig Wire (Mini)
Score:
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Customer Comment:

Having only had it for two days and played around with it a little it's too soon to tell. Set up was easy controls are easy to work with and it performs well.

Date:Product:

BlueMig 150T Mig Welder

Score:
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Customer Comment:

Excellent

Price: 359.00
(299.17 ex VAT)

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Because iMig165 Turbo is an inverter Mig Welder, it gives you Stepless Power Control and a class leading 20amp minimum output. Easy to achieve great results with!
Complete with Industrial Euro Fit Torch.
Discover what the iMig 165 Mig Welder could do for you

Price: 359.00
(299.17 ex VAT)

Technical Details:

> Power Supply = 240v 50/60 Hz
> Fuse = 13amp
> Welding Output Range = 20 - 165amps
> No Load Voltage = 17-25v
> Duty Cycle = [100% @ 80amps @ 40*C] & [35% @ 130amps @ 40*C]
> Protection = IP 23
> Insulation Class = H
> Dimensions (machine only) = 475 x 250 x 345mm
> Weight = 14Kg

Price: 359.00
(299.17 ex VAT)

  • 0.7Kg Mini Spool of 0.6mm £4.96
  • 0.7Kg Mini Spool of 0.8mm £4.96
  • 5.0Kg Midi Spool of 0.6mm Welding Wire £18.00
  • 5.0Kg Midi Spool of 0.8mm Welding Wire £18.00
  • Pro Gas Regulator for Refillable Bottle £30.00

Feedback for BlueMig iMig-165 Mig Welder has been compiled from 4 reviews.

DateProductScoreCustomer Comment
Date:Product:

BlueMig iMig-165 Mig Welder

Score:
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Customer Comment:

Connected it up and did a few trial runs to check it was working, have not done any work with it yet.


On 23-Aug-2016 the supplier responded:
Thanks for the feedback. I'm sure wou'll be delighted with the iMig 165 Mig Welder once you get really stuck into some serious welding :-)
Regards
Graham - Customer Support

Date:Product:

BlueMig iMig-165 Mig Welder

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • Premium Quality Gold Welders Gauntlets
  • 0.6mm Solid Mild Steel Mig Wire (Midi)
  • Argon/Co2 Gas Cylinder (High Capacity)
  • 5 x Type 15 Mig Tips for 0.6mm Wire
Score:
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Customer Comment:

Excellent

Date:Product:

BlueMig iMig-165 Mig Welder

Score:
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Customer Comment:

Looks well built and does everything I want, LOVE the long euro torch, sooo much better than my old Clarke 100! Have done a bit of welding on the floor of my Herald and tried a bit of thicker stuff, worked great on both!

Date:Product:

BlueMig iMig-165 Mig Welder

Score:
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Customer Comment:

A nice little welder but just a few minor niggles: There is no wire speed / voltage chart on the machine or in the manual to correspond to the numbers on the knobs, so I had to physically measure both of these using the various settings to produce my own chart. This leads me to the second niggle, that the wire speed is at maximum at position 7. Positions 8, 9 and 10 do not increase speed further. Lilkewise, voltage does not increase beyond position 9. Also, the users manual is next to useless and doesn't seem to refer to this particular model. Apart from that, all is good, with a nice quality torch and decent wire feed assembly. Excellent for the price.

Price: 795.00
(662.50 ex VAT)

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175amp 230v (16amp) Mig Welder with Synergic Control for super easy welding of 1.2mm - 7mm steel. Modes for DC Lift Tig Welding and Arc Welding. Ideal for workshops where a small, portable versatile and easy to use machine is needed.
Discover more about the Riland 175GD Mig Welder

Price: 795.00
(662.50 ex VAT)

Detailed Specifications

> Power Supply = 230v (T16 fuse)
> Duty Cycle = 35% @ 175amps (40°C)
> Mig Wire Size = 0.8mm
> Arc Rod Size = 1.6 - 4.0mm
> Protection Class = IP23S

Price: 795.00
(662.50 ex VAT)

  • Industrial Gas Regulator £30.00
  • 5Kg Spool of 0.8mm Mig Wire £18.00
  • Starter Pack of Mild Steel Tig Wire £14.00
  • 5Kg Box of 2.5mm Arc Rods £19.00
  • 5Kg Box of 3.2mm Arc Rods £19.00

Price: 60.00
(50.00 ex VAT)

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Ideal for Mig, Tig or Arc Welders, also Plasma Cutters
Top Tray measures 272 x 445mm
Middle Tray measures 272 x 375mm
Base is 285 x 700mm
Rear Tray for Gas Cylinder up to around 30Kg

Feedback for Welder Cart has been compiled from 1 reviews.

DateProductScoreCustomer Comment
Date:Product:

Welder Cart

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • Visor with Clear Screen
  • Clear Screen for Visor
  • Green Screen for Visor
Score:
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Customer Comment:

Good

Price: 440.00
(366.67 ex VAT)

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Semi Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Home, Automotive or Sheet Metal Workshops
230v Input (20amp fuse) 30-180 amps Output
Professional Euro Mig Torch & Gas Regulator.
Learn more about the Redline 180 Mig Welder

Price: 735.00
(612.50 ex VAT)

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Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Automotive and Sheet Metal Workshops
230v Input (20amp fuse) 25-220 amps Output
Professional Euro Mig Torch & Gas Regulator.
Learn more about the SWP 220 Mig Welder

Price: 850.00
(708.33 ex VAT)

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Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Sheet Metal & Light Fabrication Workshops
230v Input (20amp fuse) 30-240 amps Output
Professional Euro Mig Torch & Gas Regulator.
Learn more about the SWP 241 Mig Welder

Price: 1,050.00
(875.00 ex VAT)

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Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Light to Medium Fabrication Workshops
230v Input (25amp fuse) 40-270 amps Output
Pro Euro Mig Torch, Gas Regulator & 4 Roll Wire Drive.
Learn more about the SWP 271 Mig Welder

Price: 1,320.00
(1,100.00 ex VAT)

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Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Light to Medium Fabrication Workshops
230v Input (35amp fuse) 30-340 amps Output
Pro Euro Mig Torch, Gas Regulator & 4 Roll Wire Drive.
Learn more about the SWP 311 Mig Welder

Price: 1,275.00
(1,062.50 ex VAT)

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Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Light to Medium Fabrication Workshops
415v 3 Phase Input (16amp fuse) 25-325 amps Output
Pro Euro Mig Torch, Gas Regulator & 4 Roll Wire Drive.
Learn more about the SWP 325 Mig Welder

Mig Welders

Mig Welders are still the most popular choice of welding machine for the DIY welder and industrial fabrication shops. A Mig Welder is easy to set up, and once set, simply requires the operator to master speed of torch travel and arc length.

A Mig Welder is capable of mig welding Mild Steel, Stainless Steel and Aluminium, although Mig Welding Aluminium should only be attempted by the experienced Mig Welder and results are limited.

The key advantages of a Mig Welder are high weld speed, ease of use and low cost. Disadvantages of a Mig Welder include less control over quality, fairly hard welds and possible mechanical problems if the Mig Welder's mechanisms are not kept in good working order.

Choosing the right Mig Welder is a balance between how much you can afford to spend and what you want the Mig Welder to be able to do. There is no point in buying a 130amp Mig Welder to run off a 13amp plug if you want to weld 10mm steel, because that Mig Welder simply won't be powerful enough, so be realistic about what you want your new Mig Welder to do. If you need any help with this, please do not hesitate to phone and speak to our Technical Department. Another consideration when choosing a Mig Welder is torch type. Mig Welders either have a Fixed Mig Torch, that is to say it is bolted to the machine and wired in, or they have a Euro Mig Torch. A Euro Mig Torch is found on almost all professional Mig Welders; they tend to be better quality Mig Torches and the Euro fitting means they can be changed in under a minute. Essentially, the Mig Welder has a Euro Socket on the front that the Euro Mig Torch simply screws on to with a hand nut. Despite their better quality, most Euro Mig Welder Torches are cheaper than replacement Fixed Mig Welder Torches.



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