One dozen cylindrical NdFEB magnets.
14.5 Newton magnetic force. Nickel-coated. Length 2 cm, Ø 5 mm. Weight 3 g.
Small but Powerful Pieces of Metal – Magnetic Cylinders.
These small nickel-plated cylindrical pieces are made of NdFeB, short for Neodymium-Iron-Boron, an alloy that is considered to have the strongest magnetic properties today. These ‘power packets’ give a ‘third dimension’ to our magnet range, so to speak – if you stick up to five of them together, you can use them to make a permanent, three-dimensional record – at a distance of, say, 2 cm apart – of articles that belong together: like the cards that composed last night’s winning poker hand for example (see illustration), related visiting cards, family photos etc.
Another point – our magnetic cylinders turn every nail into another mini-magnet, meaning that you can make a magnetic wall out of any wall, board, door, drawer, cupboard or bed-board.
These magnets are extremely strong and should never come near cardiac pacemakers. This applies equally to magnetic data storage devices, mechanical clocks and compasses. They should not be smacked together due to danger of splintering.