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5.0 out of 5 stars Get two of these and STOP BUYING THOSE PLASTIC SPUDGERS!, September 23, 2012
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This review is from: Newer Technology iSesamo: Ultra-thin steel pry tool for opening iPods, iPhones, iPads and more. (Wireless Phone Accessory)
Get two of these and stop buying those plastic spudgers. NOW. Your wallet and them iDevices will thank you. Take note that when opening 2nd-gen iPod Touch(es), stick the sharp point 2-3mm deep and pry the digitizer OUTWARD to avoid breaking the LCD (there's a 1mm space between the latches that grab the digitizer to the casing, and the LCD edge).
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Initial post: Jul 2, 2013 1:13:51 AM PDT
j0sh says:
for the most part, i agree. however, there is a time and a place for a plastic spudger. esp. when you don't want the material to conduct electricity to other components, etc. this is not to take the place of a plastic spudger, they really do serve two completely different purposes. the problem is that most people don't know when to use which tool, and that's when problems occur. :)
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