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Belkin 36-Piece Demagnetized Computer Tool Kit with Case (Black)

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Technical Details

Size: 36 Piece
  • Brand Name: Belkin
  • Model: F8E066
  • Hardware Platform: Pc
  • Warranty: Comes with Manufacturer Warranty.

Product Details

Size Name: 36 Piece
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 6.5 x 1.5 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004Z6N6
  • Item model number: F8E066
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (403 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 4, 1973

Product Description

Size: 36 Piece

All tools are fully demagnetized to protect your computer's hard drive or magnetic media from damage and each tool is conveniently stored in a custom designed case. This kit includes: 9 Pc. Allen wrench set, 2-Way Mini Screwdriver, 1 Phillips, 1 Flat, 2-Way Phillips/Regular Screwdriver, 5" Long Nose Pliers, 6" #1 Phillips Screwdriver (150mm long), Screwdriver-to-Socket Adapter, Anti-Static Wrist Band, Black Zipper Case, Color Box, Flat Head (6, 5mm), IC Extractor, Phillips Head (#2, #1), Reversible Ratchet, Socket (10, 9, 8, 7, 6mm), Spare Parts Box, 3-Pronged Parts Retriever, Torx Bit(T25, T20, T15, T10, T8), Tweezers.

Customer Reviews

It's a general purpose computer tool kit, has everything the novice PC builder needs.
Jeremy Manczunski
The set comes with some extra screws which is good bit only 4 which seems like a rather small never.
Amazon Customer
This is a great tool kit, the quality is very good, the case looks nice and is easy to carry.
Jonathan B

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 135 people found the following review helpful By "da_sandman" on October 27, 2000
Size Name: 55 Piece
This is the kit the company I work for bought for the computer support technicians. It is more of a general electronics tool kit than the specialized computer tool kits Belkin offers, but I have found plenty of uses for the kit outside of the office (but don't tell my boss that). I've been using the kit for 3 years now, and the only thing that is not original is the flashlight - that is the only really cheap thing in the kit - get a Mini-Mag to replace it and you'll be fine. This kit includes an allen wrench set, mini pocket screwdriver, small diagonal cutters, long nose pliers, wire stripper, mini-screwdriver set, 6" extended phillips bit, pen knife, IC chip remover, tweezers, soldering iron with solder and wick, parts retriever and a ratcheting screwdriver with standard, phillips, torx, and square bits and both metric and standard sockets with a socket bit. I've used this kit on PC computers, laptops, wiring of all sorts, electronics repairs, home repairs, etc. All the tools (with the exception of the flashlight) have survived 3 years of use and are still going strong. The only other casualty has been the elastic in the case in some spots. Overall a very good general electronics took kit and far better than all the other "computer tool kits" that I've ever owned - some costing just as much with tools that didn't last a year of lighter use. Spend the few extra dollars and get a Belkin tool kit - the 36-piece computer tool kit, the "kitchen sink" 65-piece too kit, or this excellent, more general purpose 55-piece tool kit. I am confident that you'll be as pleased with it as I have been over the years.
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98 of 101 people found the following review helpful By "da_sandman" on October 27, 2000
Size Name: 36 Piece
I've been fixing computer for longer than I care to admit and have gone through quite a few tool kits. This kits has all the basics: demagnetized ratcheting screwdriver, long nose pliers, wire strippers, pocket screwdriver with standard and phillips ends, anti-static wrist strap, allen wrenches, tweezers, IC extractor, parts retriever, tweezers, 6" phillips bit, metric sockets, standard bits, phillips bits, torx bits, and an 8 compartment spare parts box with some useful spare parts like jumpers. The only things that I normally use that are not in this kit are diagonal cutters that I use to make network cables (though you can use the cutters on the pliers, I like a separate cutter), and a mini screwdriver set I use on laptops. I have personally used the 55-piece kit at work for 3 years now (because the company chose that kit - can't argue with free), so I can attest to the quality of the tools. The case is wearing out badly - mostly the elastic is all shot, but the tools have lasted just fine. Since the tools are the important part, I really can't complain.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By P. A. Ellis on December 3, 2006
Size Name: 55 Piece
I'm a computer technician and I've had this toolkit for probably 5 or 6 years, while some of the tools are more electronics specific, the best part is the case itself. The case has held up remarkably over the years and is very universal, the torque screwdriver's torque component broke making it useless, but I easily replaced it with a Craftsman Torque Screwdriver which is much more durable, and the bits are of course compatible. The material covering the outside of the case just recently started chipping off, so here I am looking to buy another one (I just wish it didn't have to come with the tools again) I've also replaced the cheap flashlight with a quality maglite. The needle nose pliers also got bent to the point of being useless as well, but this is after years of use.

Back in our tech bench area we have probably 4 or 5 toolkits laying around, all of them are the $10-15 types with cheap tools and a cheap case, I cannot imagine using any of those for real onsite repairs.

This toolkit could be better, but it's the perfect size and unlike the molded plastic kits, the tools are easy to upgrade or replace.
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47 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Penfist VINE VOICE on July 27, 2006
Size Name: 55 Piece Verified Purchase
The tools included make a decent basic computer toolkit. The tools are unlikely to break with heavy use, but they will certainly rust eventually. I've been using these kits in various forms for years and all the pliers and bit drivers have ended up rusty.

The soldering iron is cheap. The flashlight is crap.

I would gladly pay another $25 for the kit if it contained a powerful LED flashlight with a smaller footprint and a basic power driver instead of the manual ratchet driver.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Coffee on January 1, 2007
Size Name: 10 Piece
Perfectly good basic computer tool kit. I've been using a Belkin tool kit just like this one for years, then bought a no-name brand one for my girlfriend, only to have one of the screwdrivers break from normal use after like a week of owning it. Then I bought her one of these, and it's worked very well.

Highly recommended. If you're thinking of saving money on a kit that's just a few dollars cheaper, you're much better off paying for the higher quality you'll find in this kit.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By M. Wilkes on May 22, 2009
Size Name: 36 Piece
I was looking for an alternative to the same size Fellows tool kit, and I was very satisfied with what I found here. At the same price, this product is alot better quality.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ken M on January 11, 2012
Size Name: 55 Piece Verified Purchase
I like the size of the kit and the selection of tools. It appears to have the basics to perform field maintenance on most consumer computers systems. The zippered case looks to be of good quality.

The only minor items, for me are:
1. The non-magnetic driver has a spring clip that holds in a tiny ball bearing, the bearing locks the bits in place when in use. Unfortunately, If a person gets to playing with the spring clip, in the wrong way, the little bearing will fall out. You can either be careful or else replace this with a better designed driver. I already had a Stanley driver of similar design. The Stanley uses a metal collar rather than the spring clip, so, no chance of anything falling out of that. I replaced the original driver with my existing Stanley.
2. The flashlight is functional but reeks of a 1960s kids toy. One of the kit's positions was occupied by a cellophane wrapped two pack of AA batteries. I hope that did not count as two of the 55 parts. I replaced the battery pack's position with a LED AAA powered light that is smaller and of much better quality. The position that the old flashlight occupied was filled by my ESD wrist strap and grounding strap connector. My humble biased opinion is that a computer service kit without simple ESD connections is not a computer service kit.
3. The last minor thing. The kit contains a soldering iron and solder wick, but no solder. What's up with that? I can unsolder a wire but not reconnect it? Minor stuff, I do realize that lead solder is now considered a hazardous substance. I'll add a little of my own solder into the kit and be happy with that.

I have been working in electronics construction, repair, and servicing since I was nineteen. I am now above fifty in age. If that means anything to anyone.
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