Almost all gadgets can be repaired. With the right tools and the vast resources of the internet, you might even be able to do that fixing all by yourself. If you have a bunch of broken phones, cameras, and other gadgets lying around somewhere (like many people today), why not play around with them using iFixit’s Essential Electronics Toolkit.
Billed as a versatile and wallet-friendly kit, it bundles the most common tools currently used to open, repair, and tinker with modern mobile devices, as well as small appliances and other precision home items. Whether you’re looking to try to fix an old iPhone, upgrade the hardware on your laptop, or rig an old coffee maker to automatically switch on in the morning, this thing puts all the tools you need right at your fingertips.
The iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit contains a magnetized aluminum driver handle with 16 4mm steel bits (four Phillips, four Pentalobe, three flatheads, five Torx, and a SIM ejector), a suction handle for lifting screens and cases, a pry tool, six plastic picks for scraping and prying, a jimmy, a spudger, and angled precision tweezers. It comes in a case that organizes each item in its own compartment, with a magnetic snap-on lid that doubles as a sorting tray for organizing small parts whenever you’re doing repairs.
Available now, the iFixit Essential Electronics Toolkit is priced at $19.95.