What toolkits do you recommend?
If you're just getting started with device repair and you're needing a good toolkit to help, we recommend our Essential Electronics Toolkit. If you pair it with an iOpener, then you can cover tablet repair as well.
If you're going to be working on more types of devices than just tablets, we recommend our Pro Tech Toolkit, as this includes our 64 Bit Driver Kit as well as a number of tools useful for getting into those pesky devices.
For quick reference, here's a partial rundown of our toolkits and you can find our broad list of available toolkits here.
If you anticipate laptop and computer repair as well, then we recommend the following in increasing order of necessity depending on the type/intensity of work you expect to be performing:
- Essential Electronics Toolkit (Desktops/Laptops, Phones) (Light-Use)
- Pro Tech Toolkit (Desktops/Laptops, Phones, Tablets) (Medium-Use)
- Repair Business Toolkit (Desktops/Laptops, Phones, Tablets and more) (Heavy-Use)
- Universal Bit Kit (Desktops/Laptops, Phones, Tablets and more) (Heavy-Use)
The Pro Tech Toolkit is pretty comprehensive and lightweight, but if you have a heavy/diverse repair workload, the Repair Business Toolkit would be more suitable. Otherwise, you may find either to be overkill.