Ifixit essential electronics toolkit on £23.95 Sold by iFixit Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Ifixit essential electronics toolkit on £23.95 Sold by iFixit Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon

£23.95 @ Amazon
Very good tool kit for mobiles.
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3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago
Very good tool kit for mobiles.
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3m, 1d agoFound 3 months, 1 day ago
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i dont see how that stuff worth £24 they are just rebanded stuff.
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Looks to be a very generic cheap repair kit that can be put together yourself with better quality for a lot less. For £10 you can have a far more comprehensive kit, or buy individual quality screwdrivers to do job better.
#3
overpriced, about £5 worth of cheap tools in a bag.
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sam_of_london
​This is not a precision tool kit sold by Chinese sellers. It is mobile phone kit from experts in mobile phone breakdown and repair.
Do you want to hazard a guess as to why it has an anti-static wristband and why it says "electronics toolkit" in the title instead of "mobile"? Perhaps the description might give you a few clues:
"Ideal for PC repair at home",
"Open cases, swap out batteries, lift screens, upgrade hard disks and RAM"
Infact nowhere in the product description itself does it state it's a mobile toolkit. Whilst some tools may be suited for mobiles, it's targetted for PC/laptop repairs. They even have a separate mobile toolkit product which has a description point of: "Designed to have just the tools used in phone repair, no unnecessary or filler tools"

The product mentioned in the previous comment is similar to one of the main components of your 'deal' and cost less than 10% of this toolkit. You say "Chinese seller" even though it's from ebuyer who are UK. The brand isn't even Chinese either. Do you just consider "Chinese seller" as a derogatory term and use it to criticise things even when it doesn't fit the argument?

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