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Repairify introduces compact, mobile tool for remote and local diagnostics

Paired with the asTech mobile app, the asTech Mini delivers the functionality of thousands of OEM scan tools in a pocket-sized device

Plano, Texas—Repairify, a portfolio company of Kinderhook Industries, LLC, has introduced the asTech Mini device, a powerful, compact, and comprehensive Bluetooth-enabled OBD II scanning solution for OEM and OEM-compatible diagnostics.

Paired with the asTech mobile app, the asTech Mini delivers the functionality of thousands of OEM scan tools in a pocket-sized device.

“The asTech Mini delivers the remote OEM and local OEM-compatible diagnostic scanning that customers have come to expect in a much smaller package,” said Maurice Tuff, Chief Marketing Officer, and Global Head of Tools for Repairify. “It’s like having hundreds of certified technicians and over a 1,000 OEM tools right in the palm of your hand.”

With the asTech Mini, users can:

  • Access asTech’s patented remote OEM diagnostics and 400-plus certified technicians
  • Perform local OEM-compatible quick scans
  • Read and clear codes
  • Conveniently access all scan reports in the asTech mobile app
  • Be assured that scans are backed by our full certified warranty

asTech Mini will be available to automotive and collision repair centers and multi-shop operators for order in 2023.

The Mini will be among the future of automotive repair solutions available for viewing in the SEMA New Products Showcase (booth 31307), as well as Repairify’s main booth (31201), Nov. 1-4, in Upper South Hall.

Repairify will demonstrate its ADAS identification and calibrations capabilities at the SEMA Show ADAS Feature (booth 36007) during the show.

Attendees can also find Repairify during AAPEX / SEMA Show week at AAPEX Joe’s Garage (booth R8514).

Repairify Vice President of Training and Development Chris Chesney is speaking in three SEMA Education sessions.

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