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Obviously she's wearing the new improved, skin toned, low dust, asbestos gloves. You know, for those fashion conscious soldering people in your life.
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We should have a contest about it: Name the 10 things wrong with this photo. I'll give it a crack:
1. She's not wearing a clothes peg on her nose to block the smell of burning flesh
2. She's soldering the wrong side of the motherboard
3. She's actually trying to solder a motherboard.
4. She has no solder.
5. She's not steadying the board with her other hand.
6. She's wearing coloured lenses while doing something that more than likely requires identifying things by colour.
7. She's clearly not turned on the iron
8. That iron is way too blunt to be doing fine soldering work like that
9. There's no soldering sponge, or indeed soldering iron stand.
10. The obvious one about her iron handling technique.
I am willing to bet 95% (at least) of their target audience doesn't know exactly what they are looking at, let alone whether it's accurate or not. If you do know that stuff then, by definition, you are not their target audience.