Repairing your Kindle or iPad is not always easy. There are businesses that promise to fix your tablet or e-reader for a low price. Those of you who love DIY projects may want to try fixing your own gadgets. You are going to need the right tools for that though. Here are 6 repair tools and toolkits you can use for iPad or Kindle repair projects:
Tooluxe Suction Cup for Glass: an affordable tool for lifting glass without damaging your gadget. It offers 85 lbs maximum lifting capacity.
iFixit Magnetic Project Mat: you are going to need one of those to avoid losing those small screws you might find in your tablet or laptop. It has a magnetic, dry erase surface.
iSesamo ultra-thin steel pry tool: a simple tool you will need for opening iPods, iPhones, and iPads without damaging them.
Wiha Fine Point Professional ESD Precision Tech Tweezer: a professional quality tool for mobile repairs. It has a textured dissipative ESD grip surface with a hypo-allergenic surface.
3M Screen/ Digitizer Sticker: you are going to need this if you plan to replace your tablet’s screen. You can find spare parts for your Kindle or iPad on sites such as Amazon or eBay.
iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit: a toolkit with almost everything you would need to open up and fix your gadgets. These are designed using the tool data from the thousands of free repair manuals on iFixit.
There are other iPad repair kits you can use to fix your own tablet. Keep in mind that fixing these tablets is not always easy. You should try to be as gentle as possible when trying these DIY projects.