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5.0 out of 5 stars
Exactly what I needed, 23 Feb 2014
By:  manish kohli
 

This review is from: QUICKFIX DC PLUGS, 3.0mm x 1.1mm, for ASUS, SAMSUNG Netbook Charger Cable Repairs (Please note this dc plug has no centre pin inside the plug)

Great product. Made repairing my laptop charger really fast and simple. The tip was a little too long though so it sticks out of my laptop a bit but that's alright, still works great! One thing though: this product would be a lot simpler for the average consumer to use if you labelled which wire connects to which part of the tip! I had to figure it out myself with a voltimeter to get the polarity right when i repaired it but it would make things easier if it was already given. I figure that people who are relying on this type of fix rather than soldering it probably don't own a voltmeter. Overall, great product though!

 

4.0 out of 5 stars
Great idea, 27 Jan 2014
By: kryten
 

This review is from: QUICKFIX DC PLUGS, L Shape DC Connector, for Apple Magsafe1, Macbook Laptop Charger Cable Repairs - 85W

65 on an official Apple charger I thought I might be able to return my broken charger into a serviceable spare with this. Well, it works! You do need to be certain that the problem is with the cable leaving the charger block, or the L MagSafe adaptor itself. Eg if you wiggle the cord and can see the green light come on, for example. Or, ideally more scientifically by metering the output of the charger itself. If so, then this little kit could save you a lot of money. Easier than wiring a plug, my old charger was up and working again in about 3 minutes. What can I say? It is, what it is....well worth a try, the new cord and L Magsafe both appear to be genuine Apple quality, but I wouldn't bet my life on it. Recommended.

 

Easy to use and do the job
4 April 2014
By Simone Zecchi

This review is from: QUICKFIX DC PLUGS, L Shape DC Connector, for Apple Magsafe1, Macbook Laptop Charger Cable Repairs - 85W

That's the very best solution if just the connector is broken and what you have at home are just scissors and a screwdriver :) No soldering, very easy and steady.