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Tech's Choice: September

In any industry, there are tips and tricks that you pick up along the way. For the mobile repair industry, this really depends on where you are, who you talk to, and what devices you normally work on. That’s why we asked our techs for some of their favorite underappreciated tools that make everyday repairs a little bit easier.


Mobile Defenders Select Tool Kit

Every technician needs a tool kit that can stand up to multiple different makes and models of devices over the years. That’s why Urian loves the Mobile Defenders Select Tool Kit.

“This kit has everything I need for day-to-day repairs, all the way from standard Phillips to tri-point drivers. Plus the kit has a built in mat for laying out screws and plenty of different types of pries that can open any device. I love that it wraps up into one easy-to-carry package, too, so I can bring it with me wherever I need to go.”

Electrostatic Discharge Brush

Static charges can be a tech’s worst nightmare. They can quickly undo even the most attentive repair. That’s why Urian recommends the Electrostatic Brush.

“You can ruin a perfectly good repair with too much static energy. That’s why I like using this Electrostatic Discharge Brush. Simply run the brush over anything that might have picked up a charge, and you’re good to go. It’s a simple fix for what could turn into a huge problem otherwise.”


Hakko Soldering Station Kit with Hakko Smoke Absorber

Soldering can be daunting, especially if you don’t know where to start. That’s why Mike recommends the Hakko Soldering Station Kit with Smoke Absorber.

“This soldering kit is a fantastic, high-quality starter kit for anyone who wants to get into soldering. Not only does it come with a smoke absorber and tip clearned, it’s versatile enough to be used in several different applications. I love using this on charge ports, speaker wires, and on moving components. In fact, I’ve even had success using this on Arduino products and Raspberry Pies, which can be daunting when you aren’t well equipped.”