Owner/Operator Shatter Buggy Minneapolis
After 3 months of reflection while floating down the Yukon River in Alaska, Matt had an epiphany. He realized his life would be fulfilled if he opened a Shatter Buggy franchise in Minneapolis, MN while simultaneously building a home out of shipping containers. While only 50% fulfilled, Matt Endress is 100% iDevice repair prodigy. You will not be disappointed.
Lead Technician & Guitar Genius
Kyle has been with Shatter Buggy since day one. Not only is he capable of taking apart and re-assembling an iPhone while blindfolded, he is a guitar genius. Left to his own devices, he would likely build his home entirely of used tires.
The Iron Tech
What does an expert mobile device technician with a unicorn tattoo and a passionate affinity for He-Man go to school for? Culinary Arts, duh. Rachel may very well be... the most interesting woman in the world.
As an Army vet and Habitat for Humanity team leader, Crystal knows a thing or three about helping people out. While your broken phone might not quite be a matter of national security, Crystal brings that same level of professionalism (and maybe a few OCD tendencies) to get you squared away.
2006 Time Magazine's person of the year, very bad poker player, and self proclaimed carbohydrate addict. We have verified the latter two items. Jimmy is right handed and left footed. This fact has a material impact on his ability to repair iDevices.
Not only will Daniel expertly perform any repair in front of him. He will do so while simultaneously minimizing his carbon footprint and describing the nuanced biological processes involved in metabolizing the rarest herbal adaptogens known to man.
As a left-handed golfer that swings right-handed clubs, Jake is used to beating the odds. He brings that same aptitude and tenacity with him into every repair. Take notes as you watch this man remedy your ailing device, it is unlikely you will ever witness such dexterity or mental fortitude again.
Internet, meet Kyle D. Earth's best hope to keep devices with plenty of life left in them from going into landfills. Armed with a lightning fast screwdriver spin and a minor (...ok major) case of organizational obsessiveness, Kyle is on a crusade to repair this world's broken devices with the utmost integrity and attention to detail. He is also a
great pretty good dancer.