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Rosewill RTK-045 45 Piece Premium Computer Tool Kit

NewEgg’s offering this 45-piece tool set for an easy $10 right now, and it contains most of the tools you’ll need for computer work. It includes a reversible ratchet driver with 21 bits and sockets such as torx, Philips, flat, square, AND Pozidrive bits and 3/16″, 1/4″, 5/16″, 11/32″, and 3/8″ sockets. Also included is a #1 Philips screwdriver, A reversible 1/8″ and #0 mini screwdriver, 5-” long nose pliers, 5″ wire-cutter/strippers, and nine hex keys in sizes 1/20″, 1/16″, 5/64″, 3/32″, 7/64″, 1/8″, 9/64″, 5/32″, and 3/16″.

RTK-045 Tool Set [Rosewill]
45-Piece Computer Tool Set [NewEgg]
Street Pricing [Google Products]


6 Responses to Dealmonger: A 45-Piece Computer Technicians Toolset For $10

  1. Eric Dykstra says:

    Oh man,

    I’m there!

  2. Mopardude says:

    I have an old radio shack kit that is like this only not as cool as this set! Very handy for lots jobs other than working on PC’s.

  3. Kyle says:

    Yeah, these are handy. The funny part is that you really only need a phillips screwdriver for building and maintaining a PC…. I guess a needle nose helps for digging out dropped screws. I love how they always package chip extractors in these things, just in case your circa 1980 PC goes on the fritz.

  4. fish says:

    you just recently posted this and i build computers as one of my hobbies. even though i have pretty everything i need i def cant beat 10 bucks. so i go on all three pages you posted and they all have it listed for 29.99. newegg has a 15.00 buck mail in rebate though but thats still not 10.00. just wondering if i needed a code or something. thanks.

  5. Mopardude says:

    Kyle- Actually someone who is into hard core electronics the chip extractor is still a very useful tool! Although I agree in a kit labeled as a PC rebuild kit, it does seem a little silly!

    Fish- I am frequent buyer from a newegg and there prices are always rollercoasting. When this posted it may have been a day when this was on sale.

  6. Even BIOS ROMs haven’t been socketed DIPs for a few years now! Though a PLCC removal tool would be awful nice, if they’d include it.

    A good PC repair toolkit would have a power supply tester, Molex pin removal tools, a micro-prybar (bent straightblade screwdriver) for heatsink clips, a thread gauge with the common PC screw threads, an infrared thermometer, a static strap, and a set of stubby bipolar LEDs on pin-header connectors. But you won’t even find a single retailer who carries all that stuff, much less offers it in a single kit.

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