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I used to love the iFixit drivers when I first started doing repair. Then I found Moody and WiHa drivers. :)

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I bought a lot of Moody drivers right here on iFixit. They are a Moody distributor: http://www.moodytools.com/MTI_Distributo..., Just pick the higher end driver like this: https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Phill...

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Yes--that was my first Moody driver!

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i've had problems with the pro tech toolkit. it's good to use overall, but i've had 2 drivers break on me, more specifically, the internal magnet breaks off and falls out, meaning the driver can no longer hold onto bits or the extender. i'm probably going to get some metal glue to fix it, but really i think the process/assembly of that part should be looked at on your end. to be clear, i'm talking about the magnet falling out of THIS PART https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/Bit-K...

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Brett Hartt will be eternally grateful.
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