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Settling in: Noel Macapugay at work at CPR Cell Phone Repair (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

A popular electronics repair shop and retailer has made a move.

CPR Cell Phone Repair Bermuda has shifted from Washington Lane to 14 Reid Street in Hamilton, next to Marks and Spencer.

The store, which has 13 full-time employees and one part-time staff member, had spent more than five years in two locations on the Lane, most recently in a 1,250-square-foot space.

The new building covers 2,100 square feet, including storage space.

New location: CPR Cell Phone Repair has moved to 14 Reid Street, Hamilton (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

Co-owner and store manager Alex Jones said: “We needed more space, we needed to expand. The new building gives us a much larger and brighter technician work space as well as better retail frontage right on Reid Street.

“The larger retail footprint is going to allow us to offer more products, especially bulky items like computers.”

While the shop’s technicians moved into the new space a week previous, the remainder of the move was engineered after the store at the old location closed on Saturday evening.

CPR was open for business in the new spot-on Monday morning.

Mr Jones said: “We’ve been busy all week so people are finding us.”

In addition to repairing and selling computers, tablets and mobile phones, the business also sells products including authentic Pop Sockets, invisible shields, phone cases including the popular Gear4, Otterbox and Rokform brands, Qmadix iphone charging cables, a variety of headphones including JBL, as well as reconditioned Apple laptops.

Mr Jones said: “We do micro-soldering so we can fix a lot of things that nobody else can, including motherboards.”


Expanded space: CPR Cell Phone Repair has moved to 14 Reid Street, Hamilton (Photograph by Akil Simmons)
Better retail frontage: co-owner and store manager Alex Jones (File photograph)

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Published December 23, 2022 at 7:57 am (Updated December 24, 2022 at 8:03 am)

CPR electronics repair shop moves to Reid Street

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