We all use computers. If not, you wouldn’t be reading this blog. If you need to do some work on your computer, do you have a special tool kit for it? I’m not expecting you to do major surgery on your computer, though you certainly can do that. Even opening up the case to get rid of dust bunnies is a good thing to do once or twice a year. Regular tools are sometimes magnetized and that could harm the data on your computer. With these tool kits, the tools are specially designed for a computer. They also include tools for the parts commonly used in computers.
For those who want just the minimum and don’t want to spend a lot of money, check out the Belkin 10-Piece Computer Tool Kit. It comes with Philips Screwdriver (No. 0 and No. 1), Nut Drivers (1/4- and 3/16-inch), Flat Screwdrivers (1/8- and 3/16-inch), insulated chip (IC) insertion/extraction clipper, T15 torx screwdriver, 3-pronged parts retriever, tweezers all in a nice black zippered case. All that for less than $13. For those who want a bigger kit, check out the Belkin 55-Piece Computer Tool Kit. The 55 piece tool kit contains: 9-Piece Allan Wrench Key Ring, Resin-Core Solder, Precision Clamp, Phillips Mini Screwdriver With Handy Pocket Clip, Chip Extractor, Soldering Iron, 10-Piece Interchangeable Micro Screwdriver Phillips and Flathead, Wire Cutter, 6-Inch Extended #1 Phillips Screwdriver, Needle Nose pliers, Flashlight With 2 AA Batteries, Container Solder Remover, 15-Piece Bit Set #2 Phillips, 3-Pronged Parts Retriever, Wire Stripper and a Pen Knife in a black zippered case. All of that for only around $30. Regardless of what kit you choose, it is a good idea to have one handy for the time that you’ll need it.