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This is the DIY toolkit every geek needs

Because no one intends to crack their phone’s screen, but it somehow always happens.


Christine Burkson


No one intends to crack a new smartphone screen, but it happens. That shouldn’t mean you have to empty your wallet to repair it.

The folks at iFixit produce simple step-by-step repair guides that anyone can follow, along with high-quality tools to help with DIY repairs. 

The iFixit 64-bit driver kit is a prime example. It covers pretty much every phone, tablet, laptop, and games console you could ever own, with professional-standard bits and accessories.

The parts in this kit have been carefully chosen, comprising those most commonly encountered in iFixit guides. It means that the kit includes multiple sizes of Phillips, flathead, Torx, and tri-wing bits, among many others.

The bits attach to an anodized-aluminum handle, which has an ergonomic grip. The supplied 150 mm flexible extension can be attached for reaching tight spots, and the kit also contains a ¼-inch to 4 mm adapter for using older bits, plus a SIM eject tool.

Whether you want to fine-tune your setup or just save on repair bills, this driver set is the ideal toolkit. You can get the iFixit driver kit now for $34.95 with free shipping to the U.S. The deal takes 30 percent off, and should keep your devices running smoothly for many years to come.

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