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76-in-1 Magnetic Pro Repair Tool Set

76-in-1 Magnetic Pro Repair Tool Set

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I clicked on this because it was very similar to another drop https://www.massdrop.com/buy/75-piece-pro-toolkit#overview that I missed out on because I forgot to check back in on it, but this just looks like a way cheaper/ worst made version of that set. I want to get into repairing tech, but I know good tools make for a great start. No thanks.
$19.99 on Amazon. I come here to get deals on good products, not overpay for chinese-made crap tools. https://www.amazon.com/Ohuhu-Screwdriver-Professional-Precision-Magnetic/dp/B07568J2Y3/ref=sr_1_8?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1535282013&sr=1-8&keywords=oria+tool+kit
Has anybody used any of iFixit's kits to dismantle or repair hard drives?
Would the magnetic bits fuck with the data on the hard drive???
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u talking from experience or something?
Shalakazaam
A lot of them need to be repaired in a completely sealed off room. a single bit of dust will destroy the drive. Hard disks are VERY complex nowadays. Go ahead and take them apart, but dont expect it to be working afterwards.
Happy with this kit, also happy that I got it on Amazon for 16...
Evanture_time
Yea, I got just the driver set in S2 tool steel. Went back and looked at it, the whole set is still only $22.
I literally got this exact set but branded with a Chinese name last year from Amazon for less than $15.
It's a good set, i have it....but wtf $27.99? This isn't a deal. I got it on amazon for less.
Sad Massdrop keeps getting things in that can easily be found elsewhere cheaper. I thought the whole Idea of Massdrop was to buy in bulk to get cheaper prices than Retail...not so much lately... https://www.amazon.com/Zoostliss-Screwdriver-Smartphones-Electronics-Disassembly/dp/B06XKTVH3F
LynnS
That says unavailable but... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IVKPTP6
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TLRSTN.COM
Actually, just the driver set is available in S2 tool steel. It's pretty good. I've used them in my hammer drill ^_^ But yea, Amazon has them cheaper and Banggood has them cheaper yet.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IVKPTP6
I am looking for a good quality set of tools like this at a decent price... ones that don't break or bend the first time that you use them. Does this set qualify??? Thanks.
bigjim
Yes, but you can find them cheaper elsewhere
bachnguyen
Thanks! Yes, I see them at Amazon for $25 including shipping. Wonder why Massdrop bothers with items that are so easily obtained elsewhere. Also, I am guessing that the returns policy on Massdrop is more complicated than Amazon's.
This is 12 bucks on Amazon
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Dpounds
I've purchased this same set on Amazon for a little more than 12 dollars
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I won't post competing websites but i got this same set for around $13. It is a great set of tools but the quality is on the cheaper side
So you were able to get in touch with the factory?
iFixit's set is expensive for a reason. Just remember that.
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I ordered over the phone. I dont think they have a websight ORIA is the name of the company. Good luck man.
Wolfman887
To add to that, the better set is made in S2 tool steel. Much harder material.
I wouldn't pay $15 for this..
I question the price of the price drop can buy at amazon for 26 dollars I am losing trust for massdrop saying that its cheaper to get but really isnt. https://www.amazon.com/ORIA-Screwdriver-Professional-Precision-Cellphone/dp/B01IVKPTP6
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deathless
yup I recently bought this one off amazon for $13 dollars using a code from Kinja deals
Scar0134
$13 would have been good, but now it is $30.
I was able to purchase this on Amazon for $22. The plastic inside the main tool box is flimsy, wish they had gone with something of higher quality. The tool bits seem "fine" in limited use, no obvious scratching or wear on the drivers. The razor included is... questionable. The clip fell apart easily, would not recommend making this your main/only razor. The included tools apart from the driver/bits are similar/same as what you would find in the iFixIt case, but is missing the suction cup and spacers for removing cell phone screens. For the Amazon price, Id recommend it. I do feel the iFixIt case and setup would be ideal if its within your budget
Marine_03
I got suction cup and spacers in mine
Cheaper on Amazon.
I wouldn't recommend buying a cheap tool set to work on electronics, at best it will slow you down, at worst you could damage parts/components.
iFixit has a great, affordable and quality kit I would recommend (That this set is so desperately trying to copy) and a user below recommend the brands Wiha and Nanch, both make great tools as well.
Unless you only want to take a retired electronic device apart to see how it works inside, and not worry about whether it works if you put it back together, don't cheap out on tools.
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Then I definitely recommend not buying cheap tools like these.
Wiha is a german company, I am a professional electrician and I try to get all my tools from Wiha and Knipex. German steel is just superior to any other tools I have ever used, and the pricing on German tools is now a bargain, they used to be far more expensive than they are now.
You can get one of these on Amazon for around $20-$25 with two day shipping.
I bought one and, for what I use it for, it is serving really well.
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This is the one that I bought, I added a couple of extra pry tools and tweezers so that is why it bulges out a bit.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0721C316R/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1
Magnetized tools to open electronics? Seems like a bad idea to me.
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I was introduced to it through a friend of mine who works in network security and data recovery originally. That must have been 10 or so years ago now? It is something that takes many years of training, study and work.
dead_pixel_design
interesting! even for somebody who is fairly technically capable
Purchased a kit with a few more pieces and a few dollars cheaper from Amazon. Truthfully, very disappointed. The quality is very pooe in most of the tools. They will break or damage what your working on causing more frustration than they’re worth. I work daily in a mobile electronic repair store and it takes me less than 15 minuets to repair an iPhone. I changed a screen with these tools and due to the poor quality of the Tri Wing bit it took longer than that to remove the screws. It also stripped out two of them. Again, not worth the problems. Do yourself a favor buy some quality tools Wiha or Nanch.
wrainsberger
Thanks for sharing but i'd add if you depend on these tools to make a living i'm assuming this was probably bought as a spare/backup set.
p0och
I wanted a complete set that was easy for transport and that may be good a tech expanding into mobile repairs onsite, if I must validate my opinion. Inferior steel is inferior steel, regardless in which manner it’s going to be used. Moral of the post; don’t think that these cheap Chinese tool sets will ever replace quality tools, purchased separatly.
what is the brand of it? anyone knew it?
iothank
People assume it's Oria.
GuillaumeMeurillon
oria buy the products from jaemy, i do not know why you not just buy jakemy brand products, even cheaper
The exact same is EUR 25,99 on Amazon.fr. This is way over priced. I just lost my "faith" that this site allowed cheaper buying by the strenght of the many.
handroid
Sometimes they do manage to offer a great deal, and some of the Massdrop x [Other brand] collaborations are really great. However, it is usually the case that if Amazon has a product that Massdrop is dropping, it will be about the same price. EDIT: Also, just checked, 26 EUR is about 32 USD, so the price is normal. The shipping might be a nightmare though.
dont buy this, they are $25 on amazon
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My bad wrong thread.
kwiknikk
All good.
Pretty awesome! Might want to see some iFixit stuff in the future (lifetime warranty), but this is pretty cheap!
Suggestions: iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit iFixit Fix the World Toolkit
i bought this in December and never got mine yet and now i see this drop is going again at a $3-$4 dollar cheaper price not looking good for you massdrop being i am a first time buyer i don't think i will buy from you again if this is how you do business for paid customers
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Good thing you didn't contact them or actually try to resolve anything. That would be stupid.
Hellreaver
i did and still waiting for a delivery date
one question the add-on kit,
19-in-1 screwdriver opening repair set (+ $11.99) 9-in-1 tweezers kit (+ $7.99) 7-in-1 screwdriver kit (+ $5.99)
which one is worth to add it?
I like the 19-in-1 screwdriver opening repair set but what's the 9-in-1 tweezers kit and 7-in-1 screwdriver kit
Bought this off amazon a couple of weeks ago. The kit is decent in quality. I bought it at a price point of 19.99 and was delivered in 2 days with prime. 29.99 and however many weeks/months it will take to be delivered is a poor deal.
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I think the quality is ideal for someone who doesn’t need to use these tools like 40 hours a week. For the odd repair job or hardware component installation that I do in a year I think these will last for many years to come
helloimneil
Hmm... not a bad purchase I guess. Might have to pick one of these up.
Can get same set cheaper on amazon
more than 30 days lol.. Will it be shipped before February? I was planning to use this tool set in mid February or so. (changing parts)