July 23, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez
A store specializing in tech repairs has opened in the Hunters Point neighborhood.
uBreakiFix, the name of the shop at 10-50 Jackson Ave., opened last week, marking the nationwide brand’s first Queens location.
The store’s services “anything with a power button,” including smartphones, tablets, computers, game consoles, drones, and more.
Cracked screens, software issues, water damage, broken glass, and camera issues are just some of the available fixes, but also range to providing tech support for electronic devices regardless of their make or model.
The local store is owned by Elliot Park, president and CEO of Shine Electronics, an LIC-based global distributor of new and used mobile handsets and accessories. Park, also a member of Community Board 2, already plans on opening a second uBreakiFix site in Astoria.
The Jackson Avenue site was once home to Tiny You, a children’s boutique that closed last year after four years at the location.
oh god. that guy owns it? LIC businesses are all owned by the same group of people. no wonder the neighborhood is so mediocre.
tad aggressive, no?
this was in reference to the below comment
” The store’s [sic] services ‘anything with a power button’ ”
Does that include my motorized fleshlight shaped like Trump’s mouth?