Fix the World Bundle

Fix the World Bundle

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Product Details

Features

Features

Our premier collection, The Fix the World Bundle is equipped with our most useful, versatile tools for precision repair projects. Plus, it comes with great iFixit swag. Fix your world then, sticker your world!

The Fix the World Bundle includes:

  • Pro Tech Toolkit: pretty much everything you need to take apart your gadgets: 64 high quality steel bits, our best array of prying and opening tools, ESD-safe tweezers, and more. All in a durable, portable canvas roll. Fix everything that breaks in your world—from new Apple products to vintage game consoles. The Pro Tech is packed with …
  • 64 Bit Driver Kit: All the screwdriver bits you need to repair electronics, smartphones, tablets, computers, game consoles, and wearables in one handy case. See full list of included 4 mm bits here.
  • 64 Bit Driver: Ergonomic handle provides plenty of torque with swivel cap and magnetized bit holder.
  • Opening Picks: Ultra-thin pick for slicing adhesive and separating screens and cases.
  • Anti-Static Wrist Strap: Protects your electronics from electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage during repairs.
  • Metal Spudger: Dual tipped metal spudger for more powerful prying, scraping, probing, and poking action. Perfect tool for opening an iPod or iPhone.
  • Standard Spudger: Anti-static tool with pointed and flat ends for safely prying cables and sensitive electronics.
  • Jimmy: Flexible steel blade with an ergonomic handle for precise and powerful prying.
  • Flex Extension: Extend your reach and get more torque to screws in hard-to-reach places.
  • Reverse Tweezers: Spring-action tweezers hold cables or components hands-free.
  • Angled Tweezers: ESD-safe tweezers with angled, pointed tips for hard-to-reach places.
  • Blunt Tweezers: ESD-safe tweezers with flat, rounded, blunt tips for delicate and precise manipulation.
  • Plastic Opening Tool (Set of 3): Gets into the tightest cracks without scratching or marking your workpiece.
  • Suction Cup: Light-duty suction cup for removing phone and tablet glass panels.

Magnetic Project Mat was designed by fixers, for fixers. The 8”x10” magnetized surface secures, organizes, and holds all your parts and screws and while you work on a device. Write notes directly on the Magnetic Project Mat with the included Staedtler dry-erase pen. Wipe the board clean when you’re done. Stop worrying about losing all those tiny screws and start focusing more on your project.

The iFixit Logo Sticker makes the perfect addition to any surface, but looks especially awesome on the back of an Apple Computer. The sticker won't slip or move, but also won't leave gooey residue on your computer's aluminum or plastic surface.

NEW! Fix the World Sticker announces to the world that you’re a Fixer. Stick it anywhere you could use a little fix-inspiration.

The Never Take Broken Sticker shows that “broken” isn’t the end of the line for you. You’re better than broken. Way better. You show broken who’s boss.

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

The battery would be at 80% then suddenly drop to 20%

My Fix

It was a simple step by step process. I followed your website. The tools I purchased were awesome too!

My Advice

Just follow the steps slowly, and don't be rushed. Use a clean area that you won't drop any of the screws because they are SUPER tiny.

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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

Watch would not charge.

My Fix

Repair went smooth thanks to my new tool kit.

My Advice

Take care reassembling watch halves. Align the gasket properly!

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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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My Problem

Need to replace the HD to SSD and replace the carbons.

My Fix

Quick and easy

My Advice

No

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