Pro Tech Toolkit + Magnetic Project Mat

Pro Tech Toolkit + Magnetic Project Mat

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Product Details

Features

Features

Pro Tech Toolkit

  • Contains all the poking, prying, gripping, lifting, ESD safety, and screw driving tools needed to service consumer electronics.
  • Purposefully engineered with all the tools that you need and none that you don't.
  • The perfect toolkit for pros and average Joes—and everyone on your list this Holiday Season!

Magnetic Project Mat

  • 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.

Elf tested, Santa approved!

Our Pro Tech Toolkit and Magnetic Project Mat are used by electronics repair technicians and manufacturers around the world. These tools are purpose built for fixers, makers, and tinkerers alike. We've seen our toolkits used by "Geniuses" who fix fruity phones, we've shipped cases of our tools to a certain government addresses (our lawyers won't let us say "The FBI, CIA, and Homeland Security use our tools").

And rumor has it, Santa's elves use our toolkits at the North Pole. And it's no wonder, this toolkit is perfect for all those gifts with "some assembly required." Or just give the tools as a gift—no assembly required!

But most importantly, our toolkits are used by regular folks around the world to fix everything from the oldest rotary phone to the latest and greatest iPhone.

Repair Stories

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John Scurlock's Story Photo #987790
John Scurlock's Story Photo #987791

My Problem

Problem is pretty explanatory. Yes, she did run over it with her Explorer. I chose to fix it to save cost, as it was not worth paying the $100-$120 other repair places were quoting. Also, it provided me some practice as I get my repair business up and running.

My Fix

I was a little intimidated at first. I h . . .

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Scott S's Story Photo #989883

My Problem

My old MacBook had been showing a "Service Battery" for a couple of years. The warning stated that there was no danger, but that I should bring it in for service. Resetting the System Management Controller (SMC) didn't help. The battery had several hundred cycles on it, and I ignored the warning . . .

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My Problem

I had to replace my Front-Facing Camera and Sensor Cable because my front microphone did not work any more.

My Fix

This repair was my first time doing anything kind of repair on electronics before. The instructions, comments and pictures really helped out. I had some difficulty on step 17 for reassembly but . . .

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My Problem

The battery was old.

My Fix

The repair was really straightforward, EXCEPT the for removing the battery adhesive!!

My Advice

I had to heat the phone to soften the adhesive (it's a cold 65 in our house), after the tabs broke off—like many others. Then I pried it with the prying tool very carefully. START FROM THE CORN . . .

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My Problem

Numerous. I repair around a hundred devices per month at work. Mostly iPhone screen replacements, but also many other repairs for mostly Apple and Samsung devices.

My Fix

They usually go well.

My Advice

The only repairs I've ever seemed to have a problem with are the ones I rush on or make due with damaged/defective t . . .

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My Problem

My girlfriend's laptop which she needs for school (especially during finals right now) was only connecting to wifi right next to the access point in her dorm room suite.

My Fix

I used the driver kit and spudgers to completely tear down her laptop, hers is the style of HP that the entire keyboard area remove . . .

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