- Top Quality Neodymium Iron Boron (NDFeB) Magnets
- Super strong and powerful magnet, much stronger than ceramic magnets!
- Grade N42, stronger than N40. Pull Force: 146 lbs, Great performance, Wholesale Price
- 2" long x 1" wide x 1" thick, magnetized through thickness, poles on the 2"x1" flat surfaces
- Quantity: 1 magnet per package, Nickel-Copper-Nickel triple layer coated for maximum durability
Applied Magnets ® 2" X 1" x 1" Super Strong Rare Earth Neodymium Block Magnet
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Specifications for this item
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Very strong magnets.
Fingers could be severely pinched between two or more magnets.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF ALL CHILDREN. THIS IS NOT A TOY.
DO NOT ingest or inhale.
DO NOT place in nose, mouth or any other part of the body.
Swallowed magnets can stick to intestines causing serious injury (NECROSIS) or even DEATH.
Seek immediate medical attention if any magnet(s) are swallowed or inhaled.
Neodymium Magnets are BRITTLE.
They can SHATTER, CRACK, PEEL or SPLINTER if allowed to snap together or slam into a metal object.
Broken magnets can be Extremely SHARP.
MAGNETIC MEDIA AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT HAZARD.
KEEP AWAY from PACEMAKERS AND INTERNAL MEDICAL DEVICES.
Magnetized materials are REGULATED FOR AIR TRANSPORT and are considered a HAZARDOUS MATERIAL.
Neodymium magnets will lose their magnetic properties if heated above 175°F (80° C).
Do Not cut or drill Neodymium Magnets, there is a both a fire and fracture hazard and the dust is toxic.
Pull Force is the amount of force required to separate 2 of the same size magnets from each other.
Actual pull force of magnets may vary depending on different applications.
Please test them before usage.
Rule of thumb is that the magnet will hold approx. 1/3 the weight of the stated pull force.
Top Customer Reviews
That's not really significant, though. What's significant is that I read all of the other horror stories about people losing small pieces of their fingers to these magnets, before I even ordered mine. So I planned a lot and I really tried to be careful. I wasn't careful enough, though. I used some plastic pieces pieces to separate my magnets, out of their original packaging, but I didn't use long enough plastic pieces, and so, snap.
If you have two of these magnets in the same room, you need to handle these magnets with only material that is greater than the significant attraction distance between these two magnets, so stuff that's about 8 inches long. Basically, if you get these magnets within 8 inches of each other, they're going to powerfully snap together, and unless you're handling them with stuff that's longer than 8 inches, your fingers are going to get hurt.
In my opinion, paying an additional charge for separate shipping for these magnets is well worth it just so you don't risk losing a finger. Because, who, really, can stop at just one super dangerous magnet?
You can also probably lose part of a finger by just snapping these magnets to stuff, like a refrigerator. The box they came in stuck to my front door, and I didn't even realize my front door had any metal in it.
I'm sure it's only a matter of time before someone is significantly injured by these, and then you'll need a license to buy them, so stock up now.
After getting snagged on this magnet, it freaked me out.Read more ›
*UPDATE* 5 years later.
This magnet was great. I don't have it any more because after years of use and letting it slam into even larger magnets so many times it was so broken up I gave it away. That person was still happy to get it though even with the shape it was in. I just ordered this exact same one again and having it shipped to a friend along with another one of a bit smaller size.
People keep mentioning how easy it is to hurt yourself with these which is very true.Read more ›
Someone ordered it for me. From my wishlist. I have no idea who, but I am going to be contacting my physician and asking if he visits Amazon frequently. I know my dentist does; we spoke about it during my last visit. But my fillings are non-ferrous, so I figure he's off the hook.
After opening the box and removing the 10 feet of bubble wrap from the magnet, I stared at the little metal block and asked my wife if she'd ordered it. She's the beneficiary on the life insurance, it would make sense. She denied everything, accused me of shopping while intoxicated, and wandered off to her PTA meeting. I put the magnet on the fridge for safe keeping, told my daughter it was dangerous and do not touch, and started my son's bath. Two minutes later my daughter came into the bathroom with bright red fingers. She'd been playing with the death magnet and another much smaller magnet.
Her fingertips were intact. She is 16.
My son is 6. While I doubt he would be able to get The Annihilator loose by himself I didn't think it was wise to take the chance. I found an old prescription bottle (you know, clear brown plastic, white lid, child-proof), popped this thing inside of it, and stuck it to the dogs collar. Fun, but not safe. Next to the computer was a bad location. I ended up sticking it to a light fixture. It's out of reach for six year old fingertips, but the first thing I see when I walk into the garage.
This thing is insanely strong. If you're shopping for a nightmare made real, this is the product for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been interested in magnetism since I was a child and at 69 I'm still fascinated. These are the strongest magnets I have ever encountered! Follow their instructions!!! Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bob
Good magnet, a few minor blemishes in the finish, but nothing major. Very, very strong. This is plenty to break fingers if you are not careful. Read morePublished 14 months ago by NH3D635
This is by far the STRONGEST magnet I've EVER encountered...it's pure awesomeness. BUT, it is dangerous: 1) Magnets with this power can wipe hard drives if very close (just saying)... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Scott
Best all around magnet's I have ever purchased. I have Four, only drawback is that I have to keep them several feet away from each other. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dierdie
These magnets are incredible. You could literally use one of these to stick Iron skillets or sledge hammers to the wall if you wanted to! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Randu52
Bought this to look for studs in the wall through a ton of layers of paint, it ripped every screw out of the wall and my house fell downPublished 15 months ago by Aaron