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    Bringing your phone, game console, or computer to a repair shop can turn into a pricey visit. Rather than paying hundreds to someone else, you can be your own repairman (or woman) and fix your tech on your own. All you need is the right YouTube video and an appropriate toolset like Tekton's 27-piece Everybit Precision Bit and Driver Kit. This kit is specifically for repairing small electronics and other household items that require delicate precision, such as eyeglasses and wristwatches. Thanks to a sale at Amazon, you can order one for its lowest price in nearly four years. Now just $7.48, today's deal saves you a few dollars off its average cost and even more once you forgo a visit to the repair shop and decide to take matters into your own hands.

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    09-12-2019 01:42 PM

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