The universe tends toward chaos, meaning users break things constantly. Grab a toolkit like the Rosewill RTK-146 (as in 146 pieces, pictured above) that includes everything from a flashlight to hammer, star, hex key, spanner, Torque bits, soldering iron, tape, wire strippers, and more. Go forth and do great things for around $59.
Gremlins eat cables in the walls and ceilings where you can’t see the bite marks. A Fluke Networks MS2-TTK (pictured left) network cable tester will locate the damaged spot on a 1,500-foot cable within 1 foot. Test RJ11, RJ45, and coax without adapters. Get it for about $929.
Images courtesy Rosewill and Fluke Networks
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