Cryptools Magnet Expert 10mm dia x 3mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 1.8kg Pull ( Pack of 20 ):Cryptools
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Magnet Expert 10mm dia x 3mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 1.8kg Pull ( Pack of 20 ):Cryptools

first4magnets™ Published in October 21, 2018, 9:12 pm
 Magnet Expert  10mm dia x 3mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 1.8kg Pull ( Pack of 20 ):Cryptools

Magnet Expert 10mm dia x 3mm thick N42 Neodymium Magnet - 1.8kg Pull ( Pack of 20 ):Cryptools

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D. W. Lightfoot
D. W. Lightfoot Reply to on 9 October 2014
I was having problems with the cadence sensor on a Chris Boardman bike computer not picking up. The cadence sensor had to be so close to the original magnet on the crank arm that I had concerns the sensor might get knocked and come off. I saw the idea of using these magnets on line and thought I would give it a go. They fit perfectly in the end of the pedal crank arm, which makes it look a lot more tidy than having cable ties holding on the original magnet. No problems in there use. Only issue was that I may have moved the cadence sensor too far away from the computer so might need to move the magnets further towards the centre of the crank arm. If this is the case I am sure that they would hold but to be on the safe side I might cover with electricians tape or use heat welded plastic sleeves. A couple of my friends who have Garmins have replaced the original magnets with these.
LMD Reply to on 9 March 2014
Fed up of fridge magnets that can't hold more than a single sheet of paper, I thought I'd give these a try. At just a bit smaller than 2x1p pieces stuck together these little magnets pack quite a punch. No more piles of paper on the kitchen floor - everything stays just where I stuck it. I've also used them to hold recipe printouts to the extractor-hood to save constantly bending down to look at it.
A couple of words of caution though. If you're sticking two (or more) of these little blighters to each other watch your fingers, they will nip you if you're not careful. And of course, don't put them near any sensitive magnetric or electronic devices (credit cards, hard drives, etc).

Finally, if you're going to ue them as fridge magnets and take the last piece of paper from underneath them, make sure you use it to lift the magnet away from the fridge or they can be quite tricky to lift.

All in all, highly recommended.
stilletto Reply to on 13 May 2014
I had my bathroom converted into a wet room.On first use I found I had a vicious attack shower curtain so I turned to the internet for help.Technically it is called billowing.The first site "" - had a link for "weights and magnets for shower curtains ". Featured were these magnets shown pictured attached to a shower curtain.So I quickly found a seller in the UK and ordered them.Today even when i was taking great care to place them on the curtain evenly spaced i was oblivious to what should have been obvious.YES they held the shower curtain in place when the curtain was open BUT and it's a big BUT when the curtain was closed the obvious became oh so very clear - all the magnets connected together.

In short these magnets are utterly useless for using on a shower curtain as suggested by the above site.Take a look for yourself.
ADarkGerm Reply to on 29 July 2017
Very good packaging and product.
Strong magnets not for body use.
Good instructions and warnings for under 16.

Might be too strong for my lids on my boxes.

Will purchase again.
King Benbow
King Benbow Reply to on 1 June 2014
Arrived with somewhat alarming (but warranted!) warnings leaflet, neatly packaged with heavy duty end-bars to remove most of the external mag field in transit. Very powerful, so a little difficult to remove either bar and individual magnets. Makes to realise how many metal object are near your work place - they attach from quite some distance. One pair is currently holding the wings of a model glider in place! Good product, well packaged, arrived in good time.
Nick M
Nick M Reply to on 17 November 2016
Remember playing with magnets at school and thinking 'I wish these were stronger so I can make thing fly' - these are those magnets!! Very strong and great to play with. Though it was a sad day when one went missing and I found it attached to the bottom of my laptop.

Keep these away from electrical devices.
Adsy Reply to on 13 January 2015
Seriously strong! Bought these for my magnetic whiteboard but they really too strong for it as hard to get them off the board! These are incredibly strong and I can understand why they come with a health and safety leaflet. For their size I doubt you'll find any stronger than these.
Sowilo Reply to on 1 October 2013
The tiny size of these belies their power. I use them to fasten pir night lights to the ceiling, metal plate screwed to the ceiling. One is enough.
Best stored with a piece of plastic between each one to make it easier to separate them, and prevent broken finger nails.
Harvey Reply to on 1 February 2015
The product itself is splendid and suites my requirements perfectly. My only slight problem was that the original package did not arrive and I had to arrange for a replacement which arrived promptly a few days later.
Harambe Reply to on 11 February 2015
These are strong and very handy, I use them for all sorts of things, for example finding joists in a ceiling by sticking to the nails. Powerful. Also used for cupboard doors instead of catches.
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