Magnet fishing is the act of throwing a magnet into water to retrieve hidden submerged metal. It’s the hands-on version of the lottery; if you join in you can get small wins but there’s a real possibility of hitting jackpot.
Neodymium magnets are made mostly of three elements Neodymium, Iron and Boron. Our fishing magnets go through a extensive 5 layer coating process prolonging the longevity whilst maintaining a smooth finish.
We recommend that buyers lockthread the magnets eyebolt as this can become loose during use.
Neodymium magnets are the strongest permanent rare earth magnets available and as a result can be dangerous if handled improperly.Due to the high strength of these magnets buyers should read our health and safety page before handing the magnets. This will allow buyers to understanding the dangers and rules for handling such strong magnets. We recommend that protective gloves while handling such strong magnets. We do not recommend that you perform any test which involve the human body or use the magnets as part of any unwise jokes.
Be careful with strong magnets around electrical appliances as they can cause permanent damage. We recommend that magnets are kept a safe distance away from these items in particular ,computer, cardiac pacemaker, monitors, speakers, external memory carriers, clocks etc, as well as from credit cards.
Magnets have the ability to trap fingers and pinch the skin and so children should be supervised at all times.
The pull force provided on this listing is measured from the magnets optimal condition. This involves a backing steel plate made of low carbon steel with a smooth surface. The conditions have been carried out at room temperature with the force acting perpendicularly.
When measuring the pull of magnets after purchase buyers should consider the following factors which can affect the magnets:
- Air Gap (distance between the object and the magnet)
- Material (The material which the object is made from)
- Direction of the detaching force
- Thickness of the material
- Working temperature