Screw Extracting Pliers

$24.95

Product code: IF145-127

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Screw Extracting Pliers

$24.95

Product code: IF145-127

Product Overview

In Japan, Neji-Saurus—the screw extracting dinosaur—has many adventures!

We found these job-saving tools in Japan. Specially designed jaws firmly grip screw heads, bolts, or nuts allowing you to twist out even the most damaged fasteners.

Made in Japan, imported by iFixit.

Product Details

$19.95 Small / ESD

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Commonly used for PS3 Hard drive replacements.

S58C steel hardened to HRC56.

$24.95 Medium

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

For medium size screws and small bolts.

S58C steel hardened to HRC56.

$24.95 Large

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

The two position slip joint allows this plier to fit a wide range of large screw heads or bolts up to 3/8" (12 mm).

S58C steel hardened to HRC56.

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My Problem

I'm thoroughly thrilled with my purchase. I searched for years trying to find a pocket protector and the neosaurus pliers are scary good at breaking down old hard drives.

My Fix

My pockets are now protected.

My Advice

The right tools for the right jobs, saves time, money, and busted knuckles.

My Problem

The Battery was no longer holding a charge. What more is there to say?

My Fix

After watching several guides, especially the iFixit one, I felt very confident in replacing the battery, so we ordered the replacement kit (with the tools). Despite the screws being incredibly small, the repair went really well! I didn't remove the screen, as that seemed like an extra step, but I was careful about not damaging the ribbon for it too.

The two hardest parts were using the suction cup and the glue. The phone had a screen protector on the front, and no matter how hard I tried I could not get enough grip on the screen to pull it up with the protector on. I removed the protector, and while it did come up, it took a lot of force, which iFixit did mention in the video.

The second was the battery glue. The iFixit video outlined the best areas to apply my leverage too, which was really good information! It took a bit of coaxing, but was far easier than getting the screen off.

My Advice

- Watch multiple videos to familiarize yourself with the process

- You'll probably need to take off any screen protectors on the front, otherwise you would be able to apply enough upward force to get the screen off

- Have a place to store the two types of screws, they're so small and can be easily lost

- Go slowly, be careful!

My Problem

Friend needed new screen assembly replacement

My Fix

Followed the directions, warning stated " not for the faint of heart"!

So iread it over and over, it was dificult had a question ifixit answered within 15 minutes.

So pleased perfect results, so happy and productive and now i have some experience with one of the most dificult jobs!

My Advice

Read instructions carefully, have the right tools you will get it right in no time.

My Problem

My husband has an IT job and loves IFIXIT tools

My Fix

I am sure the repairs will work wonderfully - mostly he has to fix our home computers when I break them :)

My Advice

Don't click on links that look "suspect" or your husband will block facebook....