|Item model number||F8E066|
|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 6.5 x 1.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||9.25 x 6.5 x 1.25 inches|
|Computer Memory Type||DRAM|
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Belkin 36-Piece Demagnetized Computer Tool Kit with Case (Black)
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- Fully demagnetized tools protect computer's hard drive or magnetic media from damage
- Each tool stores in custom designed case Kit includes:
- 9-piece hex key wrench set
- 2-way mini screwdriver
- Phillips screwdriver
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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, star style bits, Tweezers.
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At this price point, I got it for around twenty dollars or something, it's much cheaper than taking a computer to a nonexistent technician nowadays. Highly recommended.
The first time I used it it looked like it was going to burst into flames before it finally settled down, and somewhat annoyed no stand came with it. The rest of the products work great.
Since it was impossible for me to find an exact list of the products here you go:
Screw driver handle with various bits
needle nose pliers
small screw driver and bits (in the blue case)
narrow nosed tongs
Allen Key set
Long narrow screw driver
various hex socket wrench bits
and last but not least the most worthless flashlight you will ever see. Seriously, take the batteries out and put them in a good flashlight you buy yourself, then take this POS and use it to play fetch with your dog..
I think I missed a few, but they are just fluff pieces I haven't had to use.
The quality of the tools are strong and durable, and the only way they could be better is if 1 of the screw drivers was magnetized to help retrieve the screws, but not the end of the world.
-The flashlight appears to be something you might find at a dollar store, made from a very cheap plastic and has a tiny LED on its tip.
-There are three different screwdrivers that do effectively the same thing.
-The soldering iron is not adjustable, although I have yet to actually put it to use.
-The included brush has a very cheap appearance to it and was visibly poorly put together. Better quality brushes can easily be found at a crafts store.
-As far as the bits for the ratchet screwdriver are concerned, they are usable, albeit lacking in terms of polishing. On a couple of the socket bits, there are visible bubbles from the casting that were not cleaned up.
-The ratchet screwdriver itself has an ok grip made from hard plastic. I would imagine that I would sooner bruise my hand before it would ever slip out.
-The pliers and cutting tools look pretty solid. They appear to be able to do their job, whether it is grabbing something or cutting. One thing I would question is the longevity of the springs, as they appear very thin and likely wont be too useful after a few months of continuous use.
-The exacto knife looks like a pretty standard knife. It is very light weight and I would imagine it is made of aluminum.
Overall, the majority of the set has a cheap feel to it, which comes from the tools I listed above. It is apparent that the company cut a lot of corners in regards to its design, but I suppose that is expected for the price. Will it get the job done? I imagine so, but the only useful tools I would ever actually use are the pliers and clamps.