Pro Tech Toolkit

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Product code: IF145-307-1

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Pro Tech Toolkit

$69.95 Was $100.00
You save $30.05!

Product code: IF145-307-1

Product Overview

High Performance Toolkit for All Things Repair

  • The perfect toolkit for pros and average Joes.
  • Contains all the poking, prying, gripping, lifting, ESD safety, and screw driving tools needed to service consumer electronics.
  • Completely re-engineered with all the tools that you need and none that you don't.

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Persistent Innovation ¶ 

We’ve got a pulse on how electronics are held together. Armed with the data from hundreds of teardowns and thousands of repair guides, our teardown technicians were able to curate the most capable compact toolkit. And it packs a serious punch. Necessity is the mother of invention—and we invented the Pro Tech Toolkit to have the right precision tool to get you out of any tight spot.

The new Pro Tech Toolkit is the one thing every DIYer, fixer, hacker, hobbyist, and professional needs to tackle any job. It’s all-new and it’s all-powerful.

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Deliberate Tool Selection ¶ 

Every tool in the Pro Tech Toolkit has been re-engineered to be better. From the 64 Bit Driver Kit to the iFixit Opening Picks, every tool is specially designed and selected to maximize your repair capabilities. Contained inside its sturdy compact tool roll, the Pro Tech Toolkit includes two glass-filled nylon spudgers, metal spudger, anti-static wrist strap, 7 KG pull suction cup, angled and blunt ESD safe tweezers, nylon tipped ESD safe reverse tweezers, six opening picks, iFixit Jimmy opening knife, 3 plastic opening tools, magnetic pad for screws, and the 64 bit driver kit.

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Quality To The Core ¶ 

At the core of this kit is the iFixit 64 Bit Driver Kit, designed with extensive research into what fastener types are currently used in the consumer electronics industry and which legacy fasteners are still in demand by consumers. From the Apple Watch with its new tiny Tri-Point screws to vintage Nintendo game consoles with gamebit fasteners, the 64 bit kit covers them all with the highest quality CNC machined bits. Even the sturdy case was carefully engineered, having no hinges or latches to break, and features a sorting tray inside the magnetically attached lid.

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Stories

My Problem

Easy repair. GreAt tools. Very happy

My Fix

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My Advice

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My Problem

Yoga 2 Pro's have bad WiFi Cards, upgrading to AC fixes many other issues

My Fix

It was so easy, the iFixit toolkit had the exact bits I needed

My Advice

Next stop is the fans, $8 on ebay vs a new laptop!

My Problem

Nothing broken, the tool kit was bought as a gift. It was well received and worked out very well with many or most of the tools needed included.

My Fix

Nothing broken, the tool kit was bought as a gift. It was well received and worked out very well with many or most of the tools needed included.

My Advice

Great gift

My Problem

The original battery was 5 years old, and the computer would only run a couple of hours. Also, the battery status indicated "Service Battery", it only showed 300 total cycles, and the cycle count wasn't increasing over time. With all of the travel that I do, the battery had to have way more than 300 cycles in 5 years.

My Fix

It was as easy as it looked. While I had the computer open I blew out all of the dust with a canned duster. Not sure why this was rated as moderate. All that it requires is two screwdrivers, there are no locking clips, nothing is taped or glued in place, and the battery connector is very easy to separate.

My Advice

The parts tray in the Pro Tech Toolkit was very helpful in keep track of which screw goes where. Put one screw in each compartment, and arrange them the way that they go back in. It also helps to keep track of them and not lose any.

My Problem

My iPhone 5 sleep button did not work anymore. It triggered false clicks witch is very annoying if you try to call someone or get anything done on the phone.

My Fix

It went well. It was a little daunting the first 15 minutes. I thought: "I might regret this at the end." But once disassembled, the installation of the cable went supper smooth and I got back through the assembly process without any problems.

My Advice

I made a "parts" board by attaching the screws onto some tape and taping it to a paper with numbers. In the future I think I get me some magnet board....

I invested in the Pro Tech Toolkit which I'm really happy to have available for this repair.

Michael Rak's Story Photo #877561

My Problem

I needed a new toolkit for working with more modern computer components and this fit the task perfectly and is quite compact.

My Fix

I've found this kit to be really helpful when working with any PC build or electronic project. The bits are especially great since they are the exact size needed to not damage any screws and the screwdriver is good and strong too.

My Advice

If you need a new toolkit for your PC builds the look no further.

My Problem

The optical drive stopped working so I decided to remove it, less weight

My Fix

I did not replace the drive.

My Advice

Do not hesitate to follow this guide, it is not difficult. Just be carefull with the small parts and cables

My Problem

My brothers hinge was broken—more so the top inner frame was broken near the hinge and needed to be replaced. Sounds easy enough.

My Fix

Well, the disassembly was easy enough. The reassembly however took 7 hours, filled mostly with frustration. In the end the device didn't turn back on, the next day I took it apart again to find that the top screen flex cable was not pushed in all the way (FFS) after putting it mostly back together now I found out that the top screen while it turns on, stays white. Ordered two for parts DS lites and am hoping to replace the top screen, due to an ever so slight tear in the top screen flex cable, mostly due to not being shown in the guide how to reassemble it and put the cable back into the slot properly.

My Advice

Following instructions in reverse is not always the proper way to reassemble a complex piece of technology. Even though the guide says so.

My Problem

Water Damaged iPhone 6

My Fix

It took awhile, as i was careful. I replaced the screen and battery after drying it out for a couple days.

My Advice

Go slow on the battery strip removal and replacement. Also on the display shield cover: I took that on/off three times, 1) forgot to remove lcd plastic cover, 2) didn't know the top part went under the cover and between the screen and cover 3) minor adjustments. Overall the directions are great, also be careful on the last little strip attached to the display shield cover. Use the enhanced Guide as it covers all the pieces you have to move over and pay attention to the color coded screws.

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My Problem

A customer of mine called one afternoon to tell me a tale, "I was at the servo and placed my phone on top of the car while I refueled. Then I went in to pay the bill and forgot about the phone. I drove off and didn't remember until I got home. Upon returning to the servo to check for my phone I found it in the gutter completely crushed, screen shattered to bits, back case mashed. Not sure if you can fix it but could you give it a go?" To which I replied, "definitely not going to make any promises on this one, but I'll see what I can do.

My Fix

So, I ordered in the repair parts, New Screen, Charger Port and touch buttons, Front camera, Rear camera, Mid frame, Back case. In fact, I needed to give this a full rebuild, it amazed me that the motherboard was intact—but it must have been protected by the other layers.

The guides were brilliant, Made the repair go really smoothly. All repaired and the client was able to retrieve their data upon completion. THANKS IFIXIT! One day I will get around to a contribution effort.

My Advice

Biting off more than you can chew can sometime get you stuck. I was lucky this time but for the one-off repairer it would definitely be a better option to pass this over to a professional.