GripStick Headphone Plug Extraction Tool

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

GripStick Headphone Plug Extraction Tool

$24.95

$24.95

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Product Details

Features

Features

Built specifically to easily remove broken 3.5mm headphone plugs from jacks.

The cylindrical shape allows the tool to be inserted in between the jack housing and the broken piece, physically isolating the piece from any friction against the jack walls. At the same time the split in the cylinder allows for manufacturing differences and acts as a kind of cylindrical pliers to grip the broken piece.

This tool is designed for repair professionals, and will pay for itself with the repair of a single device. With careful use it can survive to repair many devices. Be sure to do research into proper use techniques before using.

This tool comes with no guarantees implied or expressed and should be considered a single-use tool. All sales are final and no returns will be allowed.

 

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Repair Stories

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Melody Odell's Story Photo #880495

My Problem

My son broke off the headphones in the iPad

My Fix

Once this little gadget arrived, it took 2 seconds for the piece to come out. Best invention ever!

My Advice

Don't YouTube or Google...seriously, I tried everything imaginable and stumbled across this gem. Save yourself the frustration and purchase this immediately . . .

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Oscar C's Story Photo #869960
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My Problem

My headphone adapter plug tip broke off in my I pad headphone port. The broken tip prevented audio response from my I pad. I carried my iPad to two iPhone repair businesses that quoted $125 to get the stuck plug tip out and... Warned that their attempted repair may break my screen or cause other d . . .

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My Problem

We are a public school system in Iowa and introduced iPads into our classrooms about 5 years ago. Ever since placing these devices in the classrooms, we have had countless issues with lower elementary children breaking their headphones off in the iPads, leaving the broken off plug in the iPad devic . . .

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My Problem

My daughters friend broke her headphones off in her iphone 6 jack.

My Fix

We tried a pen ink tube thingy, like the internet shows, didnt work. So we took it to the IQUE store to see if they had some sort of a tool that could remove it. They told me they would have to take the whole phone apart to remove t . . .

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My Problem

We have a lot of iPads in our K-2 grade levels and the headphone jacks are continually being broken off inside the port by students not handling the equipment properly.

My Fix

We researched solutions and found iFixit's Grip Stick tool. We figured we'd try it out and as advertised it worked perfectly. Recove . . .

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