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iFixit

Maker - Eric Essen

iFixit
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Economical & Empowering

The revolution has begun. No longer will we let tech companies prevent us from fixing or upgrading our electronic devices. Our “right to repair” is on the rise, thanks to iFixit and their tech repair kits.

iFixit was founded in 2003 by two college students. This forum is acclaimed in the tech community for its free step-by-step guides to working on everything from laptops to game systems to phones. It’s crowdsourcing power at its best–everyday people post instructions and then the community updates and perfects them. The guides are a breeze to follow, even for beginners.

But knowing how to fix something isn’t enough. You need the right tools to get the job done, which is where the tech repair kits come in. iFixit’s kits contain unfamiliar tools like Pentalobe and Torx bits—tools that the tech companies hope you won’t have so you’ll buy a new device or pay them to repair your existing one.

With iFixit guides and a repair kit, your tech products don’t have to be disposable. And you don’t need to be beholden to pricey repairs from tech companies. Join the DIY repair revolution today.

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Discovered 7/20/2015

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Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Economical & Empowering

The revolution has begun. No longer will we let tech companies prevent us from fixing or upgrading our electronic devices. Our “right to repair” is on the rise, thanks to iFixit and their tech repair kits.

iFixit was founded in 2003 by two college students. This forum is acclaimed in the tech community for its free step-by-step guides to working on everything from laptops to game systems to phones. It’s crowdsourcing power at its best–everyday people post instructions and then the community updates and perfects them. The guides are a breeze to follow, even for beginners.

But knowing how to fix something isn’t enough. You need the right tools to get the job done, which is where the tech repair kits come in. iFixit’s kits contain unfamiliar tools like Pentalobe and Torx bits—tools that the tech companies hope you won’t have so you’ll buy a new device or pay them to repair your existing one.

With iFixit guides and a repair kit, your tech products don’t have to be disposable. And you don’t need to be beholden to pricey repairs from tech companies. Join the DIY repair revolution today.