I think magnets are my next favorite thing next to flashlights, or it might be a tie, not sure, but I like them and I’ve got a lot of them. Today for review I’ve got a set of 45 8x3mm magnets from a company called A Aulife and they can be used for all sorts of things like making fridge magnets or in my case, 3d printing projects. The magnets are small but powerful for their size as they are neodymium. Read on to learn more…
Specifications and Features
Set of 45 refrigerator magnets.
Small size but widely used,perfect for magnetic push pins, office magnets, whiteboard magnet, map magnets etc.
One magnet can hold up to 10 pieces of printer paper!
Size:8 X 3 mm
Price: $6.99 (from Amazon at time of review)
Let’s start with a video and then move on:
The A Aulife magnets come in a plastic storage box, there are 45 of them in the box and room for more. The box is actually nicely made and sturdy and can be re-used for other things or just to keep the magnets in.
The magnets are tiny yes, but they’re strong for their size as they are neodymium. They’re 8x3mm in size so they might be easy to lose if they weren’t magnetic.
I used these magnets in a project I was working on, I 3d printed mounts for them and put the magnets inside of them. I’ve using them to hold a plastic box shut I have rubber washers in. The magnets can be used for plenty of things for sure.
These are great magnets, I’ve found many uses for them already. They can be used for all sorts of DIY projects.
The magnets seem well made and they’re very powerful for their small size.
There’s not much else to say really, they’re tiny and powerful magnets with lots of uses, highly recommended.
+Includes storage box
+Small but powerful
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