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What is the best screwdriver kit on planet Earth?

Hi!

Dealing with laptops constantly, I've gone through 6-7 mediocre screwdriver kits in the last year or two, and at night I often lie awake imagining that there must be a really really awesome kit out there that has all the appropriate sizes, with magnetic tips, and that is made of super high-quality materials, and that will last years. I'm sick of screwdrivers that break in half eventually, and ends that wear down after a month of heavy use.

Has anyone out there found the ultimate screwdriver kit? My current favorite is the Newer Technology 11 Piece Tool Set, and it's acceptable, but since I use screwdrivers all day long, I'd love something more than acceptable.

Thanks!

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I agree, I've been using Facom micro-tech screwdrivers daily, and one phillips is literally 20 years old, and barely showing signs of wear.

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I've been using this one website to buy any tools (screwdrivers etc...) I'm in love with their prices and the shipping is super fast. Let me find a link hold on...

Got it. https://www.newelectronx.com/products.ph...

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Craftsman - 4 to 5 screwdrivers will cover 99% of your requirement.

https://mytoolkeeping.com/best-precision...

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I have gone thru plenty of tools myself, and my personal favorite is Wiha tools. I've been rocking the same PH0, PH00, T6 and T8 from them for about 2 years, (heavy use everyday) They don't break, bend, or wear. I use their ESD Static Dissipative Screwdrivers - perfect for working on Laptops.

I've had some craftsman precision tools too, while the quality is pretty poor on these, at least when they break you can just walk into a sears store, hand them a broken tool, and get a new one for free.

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Thanks! The Wiha tools like like a better version of the Newer Tech set I have, so I'll try them!

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iFixit is (patiently) waiting for a new screwdriver kit to arrive. It is by far the best I have used.

57 pieces! Philips, slot, Torx, star, tri-wing...so many bits! (I shouldn't be so excited over a bit set, but...well, here we are)

Keep your eyes open for this to be added to iFixit's store!

Update: the kit is here!!!

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Thanks! Looking forward to getting a look at it!

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I bought one of these when you first got them in and it continues to be my favorite kit ever -- works well, holds magnetism, and the bits don't wear out. Do you know if the handles are available as a separate item? I'd love to get 5 or so handles, and have the most common bits permanently installed.

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PB Swiss. You can buy them in the US from Tool Lady. They are expensive, but worth it if you use them all day every day. I've had a set of bits for 15 years, the slotted (common) bits show no signs of wear. They also make great posidriv bits. Disclaimer: I do not work for said company, I was just giving an example.

http://www.toollady.com

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Please include a link. Thanks

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Been using Facom Tools for 30 years.

http://www.teng.co.uk/tools/tool-boxes-s... Facom Tools is the best.

Always has been, always will be.

http://www.teng.co.uk/

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For future reference, iFixit has all the best scredriver kits in the Galaxy.

Mako Driver Kit - 64 Precision Bits

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I think that covers it.

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Mako Driver Kit - 64 Precision Bits

$34.99

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All are warrantied

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For life. How often do you see that?

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I picked up a tool kit from Radio Shack, about $16.00 to do my HD switch. I had checked Home Deport, Lowe's and a couple of local stores. I needed the #6 Torq and no one had it. This set is complete.

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IMHO the best kit is the StarTech.com 7-Piece Screwdriver Computer Tool Kit.

Super set, great feel and function for the price. I looked at so many sets before ordering these and I'm very pleased with them.

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...

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Wiha PicoFinish for precision work , + some Wiha SoftFinish ph1 ph2

best start with the 7pcs set ph and slotted, + t4-t9 torx, then buy drivers individually, t6h t8h, ipr1 ipr4.

Dont care about the price if u use them a lot, easily can spend 200-300eur but u will have everything for many years.

buy more ph00 ph0 drivers, most used.

buy PicoFinish AND SoftFinish ph0, the difference is in torque.

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sry not t6h, but t8h t10h, all ps3 ps4 using t9h but works perfectly with t8h, dont even need normal torx, the Tamper Resistant works on normal torx screws

http://www.wiha.com/en/produkte/screwdri...

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