|Item Weight||1.76 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 3.8 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||ATKMAC2|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||20|
|Number of Handles||1|
Silverhill Tools 20 Piece Tool Kit for Apple Products: iPad, Macbook Pro, MacBook Air, iPhone 5, 5s, 6, 6s, 6 Plus, 6s Plus
|Price:||$10.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- 20 Piece Tool Kit with all the tools you need for many Apple product repairs
- 5 screwdrivers: TS1 (Pentalobe), TS5 (Pentalobe), Phillips #00, Triwing Size 1.5, Slotted)
- Torx L-keys star sizes T4, T6, T8, T10, T15, T20 (8-20 are tamper resistant/have a hole in the tip)
- 3 hex L-Keys, 2 spudgers, SIM adapter kit, suction cup, Mac Mini Logic Board removal tool
- Most tools made of high quality CRV6150. PH00, TS1, TS5, and Y1.5 are even higher quality S2 steel
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The ATKMAC2 is Silverhill Tools largest tool kit for iDevice and Mac products. including 21 pieces, it is a useful kit that helps with doing many of the routine tasks associated with ownership of Apple products. Includes 5 screwdrivers, Pentalobe size 1, Pentalobe size 5, Flathead, Phillips Number00, and Triwing. Includes 9 L keys, 3 hex keys (1.5mm, 2mm, 3mm) and 6 Torx L Keys (T4, T6, T8, T10, T15, T20). Torx L F00Keys size 8 and above are Tamper Resistant (have a hole in the tip). 2 Spudgers of different sizes. Sim adapter kit for reducing your SIM to a microsim, including, SIM eject tool, black frame, sticker template and instructions. Mac Mini Logic Board Removal Tool. Also includes suction cup for iPhone and iPod disassembly.
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My early 2011 Macbook Pro had a little bit of soda spilled on the trackpad, and since then the trackpad no longer 'clicks'and was somewhat 'stiff'. This toolkit had the right size screw to take the case off, the right Y shaped screw to take the battery out, and the right star shapped screw (it was one of the allen wrenches) to take out a piece by the trackpad which I believe was causing the problem. I removed the trackpad and cleaned it up and put it back together (twice... beware if you do this, the star screw on the trackpad should not be tight, or it won't click at all, and make sure the trackpad is sitting in place properly when you screw it in). My trackpad sticks in the most bottom left corner when clicked, but that's simply my fault, and I don't want to go through the pain in the butt of taking my computer apart for about the 3rd time!
One of my Y shaped screws for the battery was completely stripped from a previous attempt before I had this kit, and I needed needle nose plyers to unscrew it and screw it back in! Not good, but I got the job done.
Make sure you use this kit, before you strip your screws. I don't plan on using these tools often, but they seem like they'd last a decent amount of uses.
The kit is not labeled and arrived with all the pieces neatly packaged together. For the price, this kit is good enough for the home user who will open the computer occasionally. It is not heavy duty or professional grade but definitely good enough for someone who just needs to get a Mac open.
I had taken my computer to "the Geniuses" and the repair person flat out LIED and said only Apple had the tool to remove the battery and wanted to charge more than half the cost of a brand new computer to replace a part.
My computer is still slow running programs due to the spillage but at least I could get inside the computer and poke around myself and see if I could tinker around with it before deciding my next move.
The kit arrived the a day early and same day of my busted visit to the Geniuses so I was very happy.
This kit is MUCH MUCH lower quality and includes the tri wing driver - but it hardly fits the macbook pro -- very very loose for removing the battery and I had to be exceedingly careful not to strip the screws because it is much too small for the heads.
"Case" is little more than a ziplock bag.
This kit would be a decent deal for $5
UPDATE: Ok, so I used the tools to attempt to fix my sister's computer and although I was equally as gentle and careful, the drivers are just too cheap; as others experienced, mine both stripped the screws and themselves bent.
I will be returning this product.
There's always better quality stuff out there and no doubt someone can find an equivalent set cheaper. Whatever. I've experienced far worse. These tools didn't break and didn't harm or distort the fasteners. I'm no tech pro who needs to invest in exotic tools that will stand up forever because their livelihood is on the line. I just needed a functional set for some weekend fun. This was a convenient bundle at a reasonable price. I'd buy it again.
Example, my MacBook Pro, iPhone, iPod, heck I've even went to work and started charging packs of gum to replace my co-workers cracked iPhone rear glass panels (yes, I know I'm a cheap date). The kit works very well. The spudgers are high quality and definitely not of the "use me once and toss" variety.
Everything from separating keyboard tabs to logic board ribbons has been a breeze with this inexpensive kit.
My recommendation is if you need to repair a Mac laptop or iDevice or diffuse the occasional world ending device, buy this kit. It really is all you need.