Logitech partners with IFixit to make its products more repairable

The move is part of the company's plan to become fully carbon-neutral by 2030.

Logitech partners with IFixit to make its products more repairable
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Logitech has announced that it is partnering with global repair community iFixit to make their products more repairable – by facilitating the availability of spare parts, supporting beyond-warranty repair on select products, and developing guides to support these repairs.

Logitech users can now visit the iFixit Logitech Repair Hub
to find replacement parts and get the support they need to fix their devices on their own.

Logitech is also the first consumer electronics company to provide detailed carbon-impact labeling on product packaging. Both of these moves are part of its strategy to become carbon-neutral by 2030.

I know these are small steps forward when compared to the massive impact e-waste is having on the planet right now. But it gives me hope that Logitech will realize they have more to gain than to lose by making their products more repairable and modular – and that other companies will follow in their footsteps. 🤞

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