25 minutos - 1 hora
The iPhone had gotten water damage and Apple told me that they could replace the phone for $200. Doing the repair and getting a toolkit out of the whole thing was much less expensive.
The repair went very well, the iPhone is working afterwards as expected and the online manual was very helpful.
1. The small p2 bit in the toolset is nice but I ended up using the smallest standard bit for the removal of almost all of the screws. The p2 bit wasn't that great at loosening and removing those screws in the iPhone... I think that this bit might need to be re-engineered.
2. I would really prefer if the whole set was Made in the USA. I almost didn't buy it because I couldn't tell where set was made and in the future I'll try my best to support American manufacturing, it's something that is important to me. For my other toolkit I use The Chapman Manufacturing Master Kit and all of those tools I feel are a bit higher quality: http://chapmanmfg.com/products/master-ki... (though not the right sizes to be doing electronics repair).
I would love to see you partner with them to make an electronics kit!