Magnetic Project Mat

Magnetic Project Mat

$19.99

$19.99

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Product Details

Features

Features

Repair can be tough. This mat makes it easier.

  • Simply organizes all your parts while you work on a device.
  • Dry erase surface lets you keep notes and stops mistakes.
  • Reduces reassembly time by up to 40% while preventing errors.

Designed by fixers, for fixers, the 8”x10” Magnetic Project Mat solves this repair problem. Spacious and secure, the mat will catch and hold screws as you pull them out of a device.

Great for cell phone repairs, and you can stop worrying about screw tracking and focus on the cell phone all the screws will be right where you left them. For laptops with hundreds of screws, use the whole mat as a screw guide and keep careful notes to not get lost.

The included pen is uniquely suited for the Project Mat. It’s made by Staedtler, the German pen company that makes top-of-the-line pens and pencils for artists and architects. Their Lumocolor Correctable pen doesn’t smear or wipe away like most dry erase markers, so if you brush your hand across the mat while performing a repair, the ink doesn’t scratch or smear. However, the eraser tip or a dry cloth wipes the ink away clean.

Pen wearing out? We have replacement pens.

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Repair Stories

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sherri nilesen's Story Photo #1150047

My Problem

the battery began to swell, and was bursting out of the case!

My Fix

Ordered the magnet mat - which is fantastic. Little screws extremely little! Could have used a magnifying lense. Instructions very clear.

My Advice

Take your time, relax.

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My Problem

My daughter's phone battery would go from 50-60% to shutdown in minutes, especially outdoors in cold weather.

My Fix

In addition to the repair kit, I bought an iSclack, an iOpener, and the magnetic project mat. The iSclack is worth its weight in gold. The magnetic project mat is worth ten times that. I d . . .

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My Problem

The battery would only hold a charge for a few hours. I thought, “Rats! I don’t like replacing a phone when it was otherwise perfectly meeting my needs.” Then I heard about Ifixit and the possibility of fixing it myself.

My Fix

The guides were so detailed it made the process easy. Equally important w . . .

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My Problem

I was hitting thermal limits on my graphics card during this excessive heat wave in california. Decided to do a budget friendly mod on it. Replaced the stock gpu fans with case fans. Problem was i couldnt remove the stock fans because i didnt have the tips needed for it.

My Fix

Great! I was able to remove t . . .

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My Problem

Battery health had dropped below %60 and was not lasting as long as it should.

My Fix

Repair went well. I followed repair guide from iFixit and used some videos from youtube to get a different perspective. Had a glitch on the screen after reconnecting screen, but followed video instructions for trouble sh . . .

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My Problem

ipad mini screen was cracked up

My Fix

well

My Advice

GET YOU AN IFIXIT KIT

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My Problem

I took my phone out of the Lifeproof case and was, within a week, shown why I use a Lifeproof case. I dropped it face down. The glass didnt break but the screen was forever ruined.

My Fix

The first day I attempted I got as far as getting a scraper in between the glass and the back cover. I Then set it . . .

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My Problem

My wife went running with her phone and the ear speaker got wet and stopped working.

My Fix

The repair went great with the magnet pad that kept all the little screws organized. Using the item by item directions provided make this easier than paint by numbers.

My Advice

Stay organized and invest in the proper tools. . . .

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My Problem

Replaced iPhone 6 battery

My Fix

Simple

My Advice

Get the needed tools

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My Problem

Had to replace battery in iPhone 5 because front panel was bulging from battery expansion.

My Fix

Things went well until replacing the last two screws on the outside. They don't seem to engage with the threads. Front panel is still a little bent from the expansion from the old battery. But I just use the "i . . .

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