|Item model number||Kaisi 16 Piece|
|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.4 x 1 x 7.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||9.4 x 1 x 7.5 inches|
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Kaisi 16-Piece Precision Screwdriver Set Repair Tool Kit for iPad, iPhone & Other Devices (Kaisi 16 Piece)
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- 16 tools necessary to repair your iPad, iPhone, iPod, Samsung Galaxy products, and other devices
- Allows you to take apart your mobile devices without damage to the tablet or phone cover
- Rubberized, anti-slip handle allows for a firm grip to prevent slippage during use
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Want to know what complete independence feels like, Mr. Do-It-Yourself? With this sixteen-piece, professional-grade tool kit, you'll never need to put your tablet or smart phone's future in the hands of a stranger. Eight different screwdrivers fit the most screw heads commonly used in modern electronics manufacture, and the additional tools help to safely and easily remove the cover from your iPad, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy Tab, or whatever other electronic device you're repairing. Experience true freedom and save money at the same time with your own sixteen-piece tool kit.
Tool Kit Includes:
1 x T6 Torx Screwdriver
1 x T5 Torx Screwdriver
1 x T4 Torx Screwdriver
1 x 2.0 Flathead Screwdriver
1 x 1.5 Phillips Head Screwdriver
1 x 1.2 Phillips Head Screwdriver
1 x 1.2 Star Screwdriver
1 x 0.8 Star Screwdriver
2 x Triangle Paddle
2 x Mount Bar
1 x Straight Tweezer
1 x Curved Tweezer
1 x Graver
1 x Scraper
Top Customer Reviews
These tools are only $5-$10 depending on where you get them -so they aren't meant to be lifelong tools. For their price they are great and served my purposes but are probably not a good buy for a shop that might be suing them on a daily basis. For the occasional repair job they will get the job done and the tweezers and plastic spatulas are of great quality. I am happy with my purchase and consider them an excellent value for the money!
These are not precision screwdrivers, and if the screws are very hard, there is the possibility that the head of the screwdriver may strip, in case that happens you need to file down the tip (just a little bit), so you have again a clean tip.
Make sure since the beginning that you are using the right size, it will easily strip the ends if you chose one too small.
Again this are tools for a once in a while occasional use and the life expectancy its short.
I didnt want to expend much money for a quality tool, that I was planning to use once.
If you need a quality product for everyday use, buy Wiha (8 screwdrivers will cost you about $48)
• The drivers and the guitar-pick tools seem to be basically solid. The ones I used to replace the battery on my Kindle Fire HD7 worked well (see photo of drivers, picks, and blade tool). The one exception is the "blade" tool that looks almost like a putty knife: Its screw-on helper can't be tightened enough to the keep the blade from moving around in its holder, which greatly limits its overall usability.
• The spudgers (plastic pry tools) are worthless. The small spudger, which was the one I needed the most, shattered in my hands within the first 2 minutes of use as I was attempting to pry open the case of my Kindle. Then, when I switched to the large spudger, its tip slowly chipped away to distressing bluntness as I used it (see my photos, including a close-up of the broken and chipped spudgers). I ended up using the guitar-piack tools the remove the base of my Kindle.
• The knife blade is useless, because the screw-one retainer cannot be tightened enough to hold the blade in place.
• The 2 pairs tweezers are of very poor quality and can be used only to pick up "thick" items, because the tweezer tips flex OUTWARD when you squeeze hard anywhere BUT right on the tips. For example, I tried to use the tweezers to peel away several pieces of tape retaining the Kindle battery and battery cable, but I could NOT get a grip due to the outward flexing of the tweezer tips!
Bottom line: I should have paid a bit more for better tools. Don't make my mistake!
Now I have another razor knife in my toolbag, I can also use some other plastic/soft prying tools during my next attempt at phone repairs. I will say the drivers will come in handy so I am not entirely unhappy with this purchase.
ps:if you have never taken apart an IPhone in the past, good luck! have a magnifying glass available. Have very good lighting. Have white paper taped down to the table so you can draw/mark where each tiny screw goes. Have it near a PC or IPad so you can google instructions and do it step by step. And also have a lot of patience because I have taken apart and fixed hundreds of things over the years, but doing simple repairs on an IPhone sucks badly.