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Dowling Magnets 735007 Adhesive Magnet Dots, 5.5" Height, 1" Width, 3.5" Length (Pack of 100)
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|Brand Name||Dowling Magnets|
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Hold its magnetic dots with adhesive backing contains 100 magnetic dots measuring 3/4 in diameter and is sold as 100 per pack.
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I stuck one of these magnets on the back of a nickel - and while the magnet will stick to a metal sheet, it is barely able to hold it up the weight of the coin. That should give you some idea how strong/weak these discs are.
Most of my work has been with magnetic 'strips' and these 'dots' just don't have the 'surface area' to be useful.
There are a hundred of these in the package and that's good because you're gonna need them.
It's a good idea and I wished they worked, but for most around the shop uses they go to the trash can. I can't believe I paid over 7 bucks for these.
The picture shows what looks like 'white or silver magnets' which may be misleading for some because the 'white' is the backing peal-off paper to expose the adhesive. The magnets are flexible dark brown like some business cards intended to stick on the fridge except these are very thin.
It seems a few commenters have had success with these so that makes me question the 'box to box quality' and if they all have the same strength.
Good thing I also ordered a roll of magnetic strip at the same time.
Just NOT a good product. It would hold a piece of toilet paper...
Update a few hours later: Placing the magnet with the adhesive protector still in place (facing out) allowed the magnet to slide to the floor, reversing the magnet so the paper was on the outside, the magnet held itself to the fridge. The thin paper and air gap reduced the holding power. These just don't have enough holding power.
The magnets themselves seem to be marginal. The adhesive backing works great but the magnets are not very strong and hence whatever you stick them to, seems to come off of whatever they are supposed to cling to. It does not take much movement to knock them free. (which is a pain if you are trying to have a semi permanent attached item such as numbers on a calendar - they keep falling off)