Right here at Overview Geek, we are able to’t go per week with out recommending iFixit’s small tool kits in some article or one other. We coronary heart them. We coronary heart them unhealthy. They make nice small presents, too, and to that finish, iFixit is releasing them in two smaller, cheaper packages: the Minnow and Moray Driver Equipment. They’re priced at just $15 and $20, respectively.
If the 64-piece Mako package is simply greater than you want, then the Moray provides you an important half of that bit assortment, plus the superb metal precision bit driver, which now has a brand new function. The blue half pops off to disclose a SIM ejection device in your mobile phone! The bits are a combination of ordinary Philips, flathead, Torx, hex, and nut drivers, with a couple of fashionable oddballs (just like the tribit driver Nintendo makes use of on all its units). It’s all sandwiched inside iFixit’s magnetized steel case with an organizer tray within the lid.
If even that’s extra device than you want—or if $20 goes over your workplace Secret Santa spending restrict—then take a look at the diminutive Minnow package. It retains the driving force, however shrinks the case down to only 5 inches by two inches, sufficient for sixteen bits. It’s an ideal dimension for sliding right into a backpack or hiding in a glove compartment.
I actually can not overstate how nice these high-quality device kits are—I exploit my private Mako package on a regular basis, and I’ve re-bought it a number of instances as presents. Go seize one (or two, or three) of those cheaper choices for your self.