Do you have broken items at-home – clothes, small appliances, toys, electronics?
No need to throw them away!
Save your things from the landﬁll and your wallet from having to replace them.
Bring them to our repair café and learn how to ﬁx them together with
our volunteers. We have tools, materials, space to work on your item,
and repair experts who will help you with your repair.
A repair cafe is a community gathering place where people can bring
their broken items, such as appliances, clothing, bicycles, or
electronics, to be repaired by skilled volunteers for free. The idea
behind repair cafes is to promote sustainability and reduce waste by
encouraging people to repair and reuse their belongings instead of
throwing them away.
At a repair cafe, visitors can learn how to repair their items
themselves or watch and learn from the volunteers. Repair cafes also
offer a social atmosphere where people can connect with others who
share their interest in repairing, reducing waste, and promoting
Our passionate team of skilled volunteers will be on hand to help you
fix everything from electronics and appliances to furniture and
clothing, all while sharing valuable repair skills and promoting a
At our Repair Café , you can:
Learn essential repair techniques from our expert makers and volunteers
Discover the joy of fixing things and reducing waste in a
collaborative, community-focused environment
Connect with like-minded individuals who are passionate about
sustainability and the maker movement
So grab your broken treasures and join us for a day of mending,
learning, and connection at Tog Hackerspace Repair Café. Together, we
can build a more sustainable future and celebrate the power of repair!
Tog members will be on hand to show you around the space – come and
enjoy a tea or coﬀee and a tour while you wait!
If we can’t fix your items, we will do our best to make suggestions on
where to get spare parts or the best recycling options for you to
continue your journey of repair.
What objects can you bring in?
Clothes and accessories
Small electrical appliances and electronics
… and many other things!
Safety (PAT) testing for electrical devices will be available.
Where? – TOG, Unit 1B Motor City
Kylemore Road, Dublin 12
When? – Sunday July 30th, 11 am – 4 pm
Admission is free – all are welcome!
If you would like to be a fixer, drop us an email.
26/08/23 DIY Electric Vehicle Meetup
I have volunteered to ferry an amount of lockpicking stuff from TOG up
to the Belfast branch for them to use, but have called in to TOG enroute
from where I live in Bray to somewhere else a couple of times but theres
been nobody in. I'm wondering if there'd be somebody there anytime today or
this evening, or tomorrow, Saturday, before noon, to enable me to collect?
Regards, Jacob Whitecloud