Daily Deal: iFixit 64 Bit Driver Kit
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Save some money and do easy repairs on your small electronics at home with the $35 iFixit 64 Bit Driver Kit. The kit comes with a 150mm flexible extension part to reach those tight spaces more easily and a SIM Card Eject Tool to help you safely remove them. The 64 4mm screwdriver bits include phillips, flatheads, pentalobes, tripoints, spanners, and more. There is a 1/4″ to 4mm driver adapter as well. You’ll be able to fix your game consoles, phones, tablets and much more with this handy set.
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Comments on “Daily Deal: iFixit 64 Bit Driver Kit”
Standard driver kit rule applies: buy ten of ’em if you want to be able to find one when you really need it. (Or is it just me with that problem?)
The planet of lost tools is next door to the planet of lost socks.
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I imagine we’ve all found ourselves stuck using a butter knife as a multi-tool (screwdriver, pry-bar, oxyacetylene welding kit, etc), but… has anyone ever made dinner and opened the the kitchen utensil drawer only to find a socket set, a multimeter, some allen-wrenches, and a Dremel?
This being TD, I guess I shouldn’t ask ‘has anyone’, but rather ‘how many of you have’.
But what if I haven’t upgraded yet and I’m still running an old 32-bit system?? Will this 64-bit driver kit work with 32bit device drivers?
Half of it will. You can split the other half again and fix two very old consoles.
Not much of a deal
Harbor Freight has a 100 PC bit set for $9.99 and it’s rated 4.5 out of 5.
If you were selling this for $15 I might consider buying just to help support TechDirt.
Re: Not much of a deal
A made in USA tool set of high quality heat-treated forged steel that lasts a lifetime would be well worth even double that price, but this kind of cheap Chinese made crap that bends or breaks the first time you put it to hard use can be found (and hopefully left) at any dollar store.