TEKTON 2830 - Pack de 27 destornilladores y brocas de precisión Everybit
- Diseñado específicamente para reparar teléfonos móviles, tabletas, ordenadores portátiles, consolas de juegos, relojes de pulsera y gafas
- Incluye brocas de tamaños pentalobe para iPhone y MacBook
- El destornillador de precisión tiene una cápsula de giro libre que permite ejercer una presión constante con el dedo mientras se gira
- El spudger permite abrir con suavidad las cajas sin dañarlas
- Todas las piezas se guardan en un estuche de bolsillo que se puede trasladar a cualquier lugar
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Descripción del producto
Arregle todos sus aparatos y equipos con el juego de 27 piezas de herramientas de precisión Everybit de TEKTON, herramientas de reparación esenciales para sus dispositivos portátiles (iPhone, iPad, tabletas, teléfonos inteligentes), ordenadores portátiles (Mac y PC), consolas o mandos de videojuegos domésticos y portátiles (PlayStation, XBox, Nintendo), relojes de pulsera y gafas. Incluye tamaños de pentalobe para iPhone y MacBook. El minidestornillador es fácil de manejar con una sola mano por su extremo suavemente deslizable, lo que le permite presionarlo constantemente mientras gira. Un spudger plástico que no deja marcas abre con seguridad las carcasas sin dañarlas. Presentado en un estuche de bolsillo, este kit cabe en cualquier lugar. Guárdelo en el cajón de la cocina, en la guantera o introdúzcalo en su equipaje cuando viaje de modo que siempre esté listo si sus aparatos o equipos se estropean.
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Este ordenador lleva unos tornillos torx de seguridad de una medida bastante rara. He mirado mucho por internet y este juego de TEKTON ha sido el único que me ha servido a la perfección.
También vale para iphone SE, 6, 6S... y me atrevería a decir que para la mayoría de los productos de apple que se empeñan en ponernos las cosas difíciles para quién quiera hacer pequeños cambios.
Sinceramente recomendaría este juego de puntas ya por calidad como por precio, además porque también viene con una palanca de plástico para no estropear las partes sensibles.
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I have had the set for a while now, and have worked on a couple of Macbooks with them. Although the bits are sharp when new, in all honesty they aren't holding up very well, especially the Phillips and slotted bits (the Torx bits should hold up better since there is less opportunity for slippage). One of the screws holding in the fan on a MBP was in there pretty tight, and the Phillips bit kept popping out, rounding off the bit edges and the screw. I decided to try the smallest slotted bit, which fit right in and got good traction on the screw, but instead of turning the screw the bit itself bent! Overly tight screws on Macbook fans seems to be pretty common, so I tried the same thing on another Macbook and the tip of the bit actually sheared off inside the screw!
I also encountered the same problem when using the T6 bit to tighten a Macbook hinge. Since you don't want this moving out of alignment, I tried torquing them up as much as possible, and bent the bit (as you can hopefully see in the photo). After shearing off the slotted bit, I'm now afraid to fully torque up hinge screws, as I don't want to shear off any more bits. Part of the problem is that they decided to make the T6 a security bit, with a hole in the center--a spectacularly bad idea with such a tiny bit, especially when you're using soft metals for your bits. In contrast. I used the T6 bit from a Picquic 06102 Teeny Turner 7 Bit Micro Driver (Assorted Colors)driver for years (including for tightening hinges) without any observable wear—and certainly no deformation. A shame I lost that driver and replaced it with this one.
Given the small amount of metal making contact with these tiny screws, it's probably more important that you use good quality metal in your bits, and this set doesn't. While this may be a good and cheap choice for those who will only use them once or twice, they simply aren't up to repeated use.
This is the biggest functional problem: the bits are not magnetic. The suggestion of another reviewer to glue a neodymium magnet into the hollow handle, at the end of the bit holder, is a good one, but not many of us happen to have them just laying around. Saving a few pennies by omitting a magnet is just plain stupid given the utility of magnets when dealing with tiny screws.
SMALLER THAN THEY APPEAR
It's tough to tell just how small this set is from the Amazon pics, but it's probably even smaller than you think (the customer pic comparing it to a Sharpie marker gives a better indication). Nevertheless, I find the driver to be just large enough, and I have fairly large hands. You can't get a lot of torque, which may be a good thing since the soft bits don't handle torque very well.
LOTS OF BITS, BUT NOT ALL YOU NEED FOR MACS
There's a good chance you're looking at this set for the Apple-specific bits, such as the pentalobes and the triwings. And while for the most part the bits are usable for things like removing drives and batteries fastened with these screws, if you are going to try and adjust the trackpad tension screw on a Macbook, you'll find that this set doesn't have the correct triwing. The trackpad screw is much larger, and very shallow so you can't even try to use the pointy triwing bits included in this set. While it is possible to adjust the screw with a 2mm slot bit jammed into two of the triwing's arms, this set doesn't come with a 2mm slotted bit (only 1.5mm and 2.5mm); thankfully I had a 2mm bit on my (magnetic) Picquic Teeny Turner.
A BETTER ALTERNATIVE?
This is certainly one of the most popular sets for repairing Apple products, but given the issues with it I can no longer trust it it. The Delcast LP-29 Electronics Multi-Bit Screwdriver Set, 29 Piece Set seems to offers what I'm looking for: magnetic bits and hardened Chromoly-Vanadium steel, for a couple of dollars less.
(Update: after using the Delcast set, it has the same problems, and the bits are of even worse quality: in addition to the T6 and flat bits bending, the Delcast's P00 Phillips bit rounded while also stripping the screws on a Macbook fan assembly. Not recommended. The Teeny Turner I mentioned above is a fabulous choice if you only need small phillips bits and T6 bits, as it has tough bits and a strong magnet, but it doesn't have the pentalobe and triwing bits you need for recent macs and Apple devices.)
UPDATE - Tekton customer service seems to think problems are the customer's fault and that bits should wear out
I sent an email to the support email given by Tekton in response to other reviews. Because I don't think this is a quality control issue but an issue inherent to the design and metals they use, I asked if they could refund me. Here's their response:
"Thanks for writing in. Since we are the manufacturer, not Amazon, I have no way of refunding you. The reality is small bits wear out and fail. A small 1mm piece of steel can only take so much force. Often when they fail, the wrong size was being used or the fastener was much tighter than recommend. Generally bits are a wear and tear type item, but if you're unable to return them to Amazon, let me know and I can send you 2 new bits this time. I'll just need a picture of the bits and your address."
Of course, other manufacturers do provide refunds with proof of purchase. And other bits do hold up much better than these, and if the bits were properly hardened they would not have twisted or sheared off. But Tekton's approach seems to be to blame the user and then pretend to be magnanimous by offering, "this time," to replace a couple of bits if you send in photographs. I have no doubt they are aware of how easily their products bend in relation to quality tools.
One of the only downsides of this kit is that it's not magnetic, which makes removing and reinserting tiny screws tough. Another reviewer suggested taking a magnet and rubbing it against the bits to temporarily magnetize them. That's a good temporary fix, but there's an easy way to permanently magnetize this screwdriver. The base of the screwdriver is hollow so that you can store your bits in it (the black lid pulls straight off - no twisting required), but instead, I simply inserted a 1/4" diameter round neodymium rare earth magnet into it. The magnet's pull is strong enough that the screwdriver bits are magnetized when inserting them into the tool, and it holds the screw in place perfectly every single time now. Plus it makes a good little screw-retrieval tool if I accidentally drop one down into a device.
The plastic prying tool in this set is also very handy. I don't think it will hold up to repeated use on sturdier metal devices (like trying to open an iPad case. For that I had to use an iSesamo ultra-thin steel pry tool), but it worked great for removing the plastic bezels on my Droid X. What I REALLY found the pry tool invaluable for, however, was unhooking the tiny cable connectors found in so many devices these days.
All in all, I give this kit a very strong 5 star rating. The case makes it extremely portable, it has a great variety of tiny specialty bits that are required for disassembling numerous current-gen electronics, all of the pieces feel quality made, you get a very handy plastic pry tool in the same carry case, and since there's really no need to store bits in the handle thanks to the case being so compact and well-organized already, you can magnetize your screwdriver with no more effort than dropping a magnet into the top and putting the lid back on.