26 Bit Driver Kit

$19.95

Product code: IF145-028-1

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26 Bit Driver Kit

$19.95

Product code: IF145-028-1

Product Overview

Repair on the go made easy.

  • Ultra-portable and rugged, this driver kit includes a comfortable handle and 26 specially selected bits to help you overcome most common repair challenges.
  • This bit set is the base of our very popular Essential Electronics Toolkit—a great value for simple electronics repairs.
  • If you're looking for a more comprehensive selection, check out our end-all 54 Bit Driver Kit.

Note that this kit does not include Pentalobe bits, which are required for iPhone 4/4S/5/5s/5c, and newer models of MacBook Air/Pro. For these bits, check out our more advanced 54 Bit Driver Kit.

Kit Contents:

  • 4 mm Driver Handle - rubberized for a sturdy grip and magnetized to hold bits and screws
  • 60 mm Driver Extension - increase your reach into smaller devices
  • Metal Tweezers - grab hold of small screws and components
  • 26 bits in the following sizes:
    • Flathead sizes 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 mm
    • Phillips sizes #000, #00, #0, #1, #2
    • Torx sizes T4, T5, T6
    • Torx Security sizes TR7, TR8, TR9, TR10, TR15, TR20 (compatible with non-security)
    • Hex sizes 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4 mm
    • Tri-wing sizes #0, #1
    • Spanner size U3.0

Product Details

  $19.95

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

This kit does not include Pentalobe bits, which are required for iPhone 4/4S/5/5s/5c, and newer models of MacBook Air/Pro. For these bits, check out our more advanced 54 Bit Driver Kit.

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My Problem

I replaced my old slow Hard Drive with an SSD drive.

My Fix

easy, and fast!

My Advice

Buy the right tools, and follow instructions! You can't go wrong.

My Problem

The battery on our MacBookPro had swollen and pushed the trackpad out as well as bending the bottom-case.

My Fix

The repair went well -- with the right tools and parts from iFixit I was able to save my company hundreds of dollars.

My Advice

Make sure you dispose of the battery in an ecologically responsible way.

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My Problem

computer would not power up

My Fix

the tools ordered made it a snap to take the computer apart, after tare down did find the power supply was bad and ordered a new one yesterday waiting for replacement.

My Advice

if you follow the video even a novice can tackle this repair

My Problem

After the iFixit project I did at Cal Poly, I loved the project mat and screwdriver kit, but I knew one person who would love them even more: My Dad.

My Fix

We'll see

My Advice

Like son, like father.

My Problem

my 17" late 2006 MacBook Pro was making an incredibly loud and angry sound. some basic diagnosis with compressed air revealed the problem to orginiate with the right fan. iFixit had the best part at the best price, and I love the screwdriver kit

My Fix

flawlessly! easy peasy, took about 10 minutes.

My Advice

pro tip: if you haven't taken your MBP apart before I recommend having a dish with compartments to keep the different size screws separate, and safe. I used a box of chocolates left over from valentine's day. also, buy a can of compressed air, because you may as well spray your MBP out good while you have it open.

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My Problem

After an accident involving my macbook pro, a cup of coffee, a train and very bad timing, I spent a year lugging around a bluetooth keyboard everywhere I went. When the airport card also started failing on me, I finally decided to take action.

I really tried to like the new retina - macbooks, but I never warmed to their glossy-only option, and I’m still not willing to abandon the ancient technology of storing data on an optical medium. That and financial considerations made me decide to try and fix the laptop myself. iFixit makes it look so easy… and after all, if I’d mess up, I’d take it as a sign of destiny that this isn’t meant for me and I should just get a new computer.

My Fix

I got a new upper case, an airport card and a SSD drive to replace the old disk. Also, the necessary tools from iFixit. Thanks to the detailed instructions on this site, everything went as smoothly as one could wish - until the very last step, when I realized the the upper case I bought was just the pure aluminum body with the keyboard, and with none of the many little plastic knobs and glued in parts of the original. After prying the bluetooth antenna out of the optical drive - socket and nearly crushing it in the process, I managed to move all the parts over to the new case, in some cases with the help of some thin double - sided tape. The only thing left were those strange oval metal strips glued firmly to the front of the case… their function only became clear to me after I reattached the screen and tried to close the case to put the internals back in.

It took a hairdryer, a carpet knife and some almost severed fingers to get 2 of the magnets out; I had to give up on the small one in front of the trackpad - luckily the lid closes just fine without it.

From here on, everything went smoothly again, until it was time to connect the new keyboard to the logic board. There was this tiny little blue strip of plastic stuck on the cable end and all I could think of was: how thoughtful of the manufacturer to shield those delicate connections; so I peeled it off - experienced users reading this are probably screaming at their screens right now. I closed the retaining flap on the socket, put everything back together, and eagerly powered up the computer - just to be disappointed when it turned out that only half the keyboard was working.

Opening it up again I realized the keyboard cable was sliding out of the socket almost as if something was missing that would give it stability… for a moment, I was faced with the possibility that I just ruined my 2000$ - machine by removing a tiny little piece of plastic that would cost the mili - fraction of a penny.

Fortunately, when i checked the original case (something I just maybe should have done before tearing off something that might be vital), there was the same plastic strip glued to the cable, and I was able to carefully remove it and attach it to the new cable. I guess it’s called beginners luck that everything worked out in the end!

My Advice

TL;DR: if possible, get an upper case that at least has the magnets attached, or prepare yourself for some work with the heat gun; never even think of removing anything without making absolutely sure first that it is in no way a vital part!

My Problem

my battery wont charge and on the setting it says to change the battery. Now my setting says:

Full Charge Capacity (mAh): 4489

Health Information:

Cycle Count: 3

Condition: Normal

Battery Installed: Yes

My Fix

Purchase the 26bit driver kit, it has everything i needed. THe battery came in a brown box- it was label new but it was all scratched up. The fedex came in super quick ie the next day but i had to pay $24 of customs. I am from canada. The battery will last 4hrs. According to coconut battery max design capacity is 5450mAh, after a week of use the max capacity is only 4489mAh. so it does seem to wear down alot faster??

My Advice

i paid $110 or sth for this battery, which seem to be cheaper than the one sold on the apple website but i am not sure if "NEW" from ifixit.com really means NEW? My old battery for my 2009 macbook last me almost 5yrs. I dont think this new battery will last me 5yrs.

My Problem

Door handle to restrooms

My Fix

Needed an allen key tool to reattach the door handle to the ladies restroom. Pulled out the 26bit kit, and the perfect allen key tool was right there.

My Advice

Ladies can do anything! You just need the right tools from ifixit.

My Problem

I couldn't change modes in my DSLR.

My Fix

I didn't had any screwdrivers what so ever and i need it a ph000 screwdriver to dissemble the whole camera in order to fix the wheel dial.

So i found you guys on the internet and order your 26 bit driver kit. They are amazing. I was able to fix my camera yaay!

My Advice

well the only advise I have is, watch out for the capacitor haha i got electrocuted twice, ended up wearing a pair of latex gloves haha :P

My Problem

It was a battery replacement, what for I needed a triangular screwdriver, and I needed an optibay to put into the mac.

My Fix

It was awesome that I could find everything on ifixit.com, all the manuals were handy, and it was super easy to replace the battery and exchange the optical drive with the optibay.

My Advice

Use the available manuals on ifixit.com, they are very useful!