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Show your self repair spirit with this stylish poster!
Tag your favorite items and places with a sticker from iFixit.
Show the world you're a fixer with our Standard Issue Tee.
Fixing the world, one broken device at a time.
Vinyl iFixit stickers for all your gadgets.
You’re a fixer—and broken doesn’t stand a chance against you. Wear your fixer pride on your chest with our new line of Fix the World t-shirts.
Leave your mark on your favorite computer! Or on something else.
Show your fixer's pride with the iFixit lapel pin!
Messenger bag from our Repair Business Toolkit.
Show your self repair spirit with this 4" x 6" sticker.
You can fix it! Show off your repair skills with this iFixit iron-on patch.
You’re a fixer. Show the world that broken doesn’t stand a chance against you with this iFixit-exclusive Fix the World poster.
Show the world you're on a mission to fix the world with this die-cut transfer sticker. Measures 6 inches x 6 inches.
An iFixit branded pocket-size notebook for your pocket-size notes and drawings.
Show the world that “broken” isn’t the end of the line for you. You’re better than broken. Way better. You show broken who’s boss.
No "void if removed" sticker ever stopped you from taking apart your own hardware. You know that if you can't fix it, you don't own it. Show it proudly with our fist emblem die-cut sticker. Measures 4 inches x 4 inches.
Here's what we believe: You bought it. You own it. You should be able to fix it yourself or have it fixed at a shop of your choice.