Syntus 63 in 1 Precision Screwdriver Set with 57 Bit Magnetic Screwdriver Kit Electronics Repair Tool Kit for iPhone, Tablet, Macbook, Xbox, Cellphone, PC, Game Console, Black
- Update with a piece of triangle plectrum, plastic opening tool and a bit for disassembling the mainboard of iPhone.
- 57 differrent bits elaborated by Syntus to repaire smartphones, tablets, and PCs including iPhone, iPad, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro, as well as gaming consoles and controllers from Nintendo, PlayStation, or XBox.
- A flexible shaft included is perfect for electronics where the shaft is hard to get.
- Multi-magnetic driver makes it easy to fix bit and pull screws out.
- Press & Push design enables you to take out bits for saving hassles.
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Syntus 63 in 1 Precision Screwdriver Set
The ultimate high-performance bit kit includes essential parts for repairing smartphones, tablets, and PCs including iPhone, iPad, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro, as well as gaming consoles and controllers from Nintendo, PlayStation, or XBox.
57-Bit Driver Set
Here come all the screwdriver bits you need to repair electronics, smartphones, tablets, computers, game consoles, and wearables in one handy toolkit.
A triangle plectrum and a plastic stick are included for prying, sliding and separating.
Crafted with S2 shock resistant tool steel which is solider than normal chrome-vanadium steel, CR-V, in the market.
57 bits in the following sizes:
Nut Driver Size: 2.5 3.0 3.54.0 4.55.0 5.5 PH2
Hex Size: 0.7 0.9 1.3 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 4.0 4.5 5.0 6.0 mm
Torx Size: T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7
Torx Security: T8 T9 T10 T15 T20
Flathead Size: 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 mm
Phillips Size: PH000 PH00 PH0 PH1 PH2
Pentalobe Size: 0.8 1.2 1.5 mm
Tri-point Size: Y0.6 Y2.0 Y2.5
Triangle Size: 2.0 3.0 mm
Spanner Size: 2.6 3.0 mm
Square Size: SQ0 SQ1 SQ2
Additional bit: 2.5 (Useful for disassembling the inner plate for iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5s, 6, 6plus, 7, 7plus)
57 * bit
1 * aluminum driver
1 * extension rod
1 * flexible shaft extension
1 * standard 1/4" driver adapter
1 * triangle plectrum
1 * plastic stick
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This kit is great value and I would recommend it.
Cannot recommend this.
I have paid more for less versatile sets in the past that were not as well engineered, good for starters and intermediates.
Compatible with electric drills.
An essential if doing constant repairs.
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There are better alternative for this price range
Much to my disappointment, on the very first use my T6 stripped right away with no resistance.
The item I was using this on was a pocket clip on a folding knife for context.
* Review update 9/7/18 *
Updating this product rating to four stars simply based on their excellent customer service. I was contacted shortly after my review and Syntus refunded my original charge, sent me a new replacement set and let me keep the used set.
Obviously, I don’t have much use for either set however just on principle this product deserves a good rating based on the company’s willingness to stand by their product if it fails.
This seems to have a good selection of the weird security bits. I have a Kobalt "master bit set" that is very decent but doesn't have these super tiny sizes.
I had seen some other reviews on this type of set mention there not being a deep enough hole on the Torx Security bits. On a cursory glance my set looked fine but yesterday I found the T20 bit didn't have enough of an indent to be used for a bolt with a security head. A little strange since the smaller ones appear to have the indent. As far as I could see this was the only bit in the set with this problem.
The case is as shown, but a neat feature that may not be obvious is that the bits, and the grey parts containing them, go from parallel to perpendicular to the case, making it much easier to find the bit you need, extract, use, and then replace into the case. Keeping everything in the order delivered helps to more easily find bits of the same type, or of a larger version.
The screwdriver has a large area of magnetism, making it very easy to pick up various screws and components, while not appearing to be too strong as to damage anything that isn't too sensitive.
The rubber/flexible extender works surprisingly well and is a great bonus to an already awesome tool.
A few items to note. The handle is about 5 3/8 inches long. The top is the typical spinning cap. There is an extension feature that will make the tool up to 8 ¼ inches long without the bit. There are 5 settings total for the length. Extended at any length, the shaft is a bit loose. Only the shortest setting feels solid. The bits appear to be the standard polished steel. They are not magnetic. The handle has the magnet imbedded in the bit holder. The flexible extension also has a magnet in the bit holder. The magnets are what actually hold the bits in place, they do not lock in.
There are 9 bit holders that hold 6 bits each. Unfortunately, the positioning of them has the bits covering the display of which bit is in the next holder. Only the first (bottom) holder is clearly visible. The form holding the driver handle, flexible extension, ¼ inch adapter and the bit holders is a cheap clear plastic like what you see on clamshell packaging. I figure that will be the first part that fails. If you did the math, 9 bit holders with 6 bits each is 54. There are two bits that just float around in the box. The ¼ inch adapter is held in place inside the box by that clamshell material.
The three plastic openers, to open phones and hard drive cases, also float in the case. It looks like they were an afterthought just thrown in. every time I open the case the guitar pick falls out and the other two pieces just get in the way. I could definitely do without those items inside the box. They are now in my computer tool box.
Overall I am satisfied with this tool. Other than the feel of the handle and the plastic clamshell material everything else is fine. It is a pretty good value. If I had to do it again, I would go for a slimmer shorter handle. When using this type of driver I usually use my index and middle finger tips and thumb. Because of the thickness of the handle, this isn’t as easily done as with other versions. The GT definitely has a better feel in that respect. The quality of the tool is fine. I had to remove some tight T6 Torx screws and this driver did the job without much effort and without destroying the bit. For that purpose, the larger handle was an advantage and the reason I kept it. But for the majority of the work I would use it for, the smaller thinner handle would be better.
I just received this today and first off, right out of the box, the case to keep everything together is a bit disappointing. I know, it's just a case... But it's purpose is to keep everything in a convenient and easily accessable package. The exterior plastic case is ok. The insert is some crappy glorified thick cellophane-like garbage. Next, I'm checking out the torx security bits and 2 of the pin holes are off center and will not fit the screws. Another one doesn't have the hole drilled out at all. I'm curious to see if these are at least made of any quality tool steel. I guess time will tell. I'll update this further with actual use of the set progresses.
This company responded right away to ensure that I had received a good set of tools. I only wanted the bits that were defective and they sent a whole new set. This set is superior in comparison to the previous one. Stephy was very helpful and quick to make sure I was happy with my order. I would recommend dealing with her in the future. Awesome job Stephy! Thank You Very Much. 😎👍
Don't buy this. It may look good but it really is useless.
I got this set in 01/06/2017 and every time I use it I regret spending the money.
The copper paint hide how bad this set really is in the photos.
It came today and I couldn't get the torx screw out - I noticed that the hole in the bit was not deep enough. I went to Home Depot and bought their cheapest Husky driver for approximately the same price and it worked perfectly. See the photo for an example of what the problem was.
I may use the other bits for something, and perhaps I can drill out the security torx bits (in my kit, they all are like that).
UPDATE 22-Oct-2019: The seller reached out to me regarding the defective bit. They were very helpful and thankful for the photo that was provided. They mentioned that this was a production issue that they were going to correct. Hopefully, by the time you read this, the security torx issue will be resolved. I've increased the overall rating to 4-stars because of the seller's willingness to correct the issue.
The case is really well-designed for something this inexpensive. The trays pop up for access and down for storage. All slots are labeled.as are the bits. The flexible extension is a nice-to-have.