NEW PRODUCT – iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit

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NEW PRODUCT – iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit


This here is iFixit‘s most economical do-everything toolkit. The Essential Electronics Toolkit is what you need for the most essential electronics repairs, as well as everything you need for most household DIY fixes.

Get started in electronics repair with all the bits and precision tools to handle your most urgent screen breaks and battery swaps. Upgrade your home DIY toolkit with what you need to service door knobs, home appliances, eyeglasses, and more!

What we like about this kit is you get the standard tweezers and screwdriver set you’d get in any repair kit, but also tools needed to open modern electronics, like suction cups and spudgers!

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Kit Includes:

  • Magnetized Driver Handle
  • Angled Precision Tweezers
  • Spudger
  • Jimmy
  • iFixit Opening Tool
  • iFixit Opening Picks set of 6
  • Suction Handle
  • Easy-to-Open Magnetized Case
  • Lid with Built-in Sorting Tray
  • Sixteen 4 mm Precision Screwdriver Bits:
  • Phillips – 000, 00, 0, 1, 2
  • Pentalobe – P2, P5
  • Flathead – 1, 2.5, 4 mm
  • Torx – T4, T5
  • Torx Security – TR6, TR8, TR10
  • SIM Eject Bit

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In stock and shipping now!


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