In 1996, we opened our first store as Ideal Computing, in Morningside. Not long after we found our permanent home at Bruntsfield Place, beside the Bruntsfield Hotel.
SimplyFixIt Bruntsfield can be found inside our Ideal Computing Store. Laptops, Macs and iPads & iPhones are all repaired in-house by our qualified technicians. Our staff are qualified as Microsoft Certified and Apple Certified Mac Technicians and can diagnose faults on your Mac, PC laptop or any other device.
Just bring your broken device into the Bruntsfield branch and one of our technicians will advise you on the best option.SimplyFixIt at Bruntsfield Place is rated 4.7 out of 5, by 2,041 customers.
Open to the public
Address.78 Bruntsfield Place
0131 549 8820
- Monday: 09:00 – 18:00
- Tuesday: 09:00 – 18:00
- Wednesday: 09:00 – 18:00
- Thursday: 09:00 – 18:00
- Friday: 09:00 – 18:00
- Saturday: 09:00 – 18:00
- Sunday: Closed
What's in the shop?
We have the biggest range of refurbished Apple Macs in Edinburgh. Anybody who has looked at the latest prices of a new Apple Mac will know that they're expensive. The good news is that they last for years, which does help a bit. But, having to spend over £2,000 on a new laptop is a lot for anyone. A refurbished Apple MacBook can help. We have a range of modern MacBooks for much less than new prices, and options for 3 or 12-month warranty.
History of Bruntsfield:
Bruntsfield Place is situated in the southwest of Edinburgh's city centre and is known for its beautiful Victorian architecture. The area's history traces back to the medieval period when it was originally a baronial estate owned by the Cistercian monks of Melrose Abbey. In the 14th century, it came into the possession of the de Bruntisfield family, from whom it gets its name. The estate changed hands many times over the centuries and has a strong connection to the history of golf in Scotland, with Bruntsfield Links being one of the oldest golf courses in the world.
In the 19th century, the area began to develop as part of the broader expansion of Edinburgh, transitioning from rural farmland to an urban neighbourhood filled with elegant Victorian townhouses and terraces. Along with its neighbouring district of Morningside, Bruntsfield became known as an affluent and fashionable part of the city, attracting professionals, academics, and well-to-do families. Today, Bruntsfield Place remains a vibrant and desirable area with a mixture of independent shops, cafes, and bars, maintaining its historic charm while adapting to modern city life.