Mustard Magnetic Paper Clip Dispenser - Gray Genius Paperclip Holder(M16028) (Fivе Расk)
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There is no paperclip included with the set. The size of the paperclips I use is the standard silver size. He can wear the colored ones without them sticking to his head because of his plastic coating. To keep him from moving, I tape him down at the base of my desk.
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In my opinion, yes, the magazine is hollow. It should be rigged with stronger mags for the best performance. I would prefer if it were a little stronger myself, but all in all it's great.
Selected User Reviews For Mustard Magnetic Paper Clip Dispenser - Gray Genius Paperclip Holder(M16028) (Fivе Расk)
Pry the head off with force, it may not be the easiest thing to do, but Put small earth magnets in and you have a great magnetic head. Just throw out the piece of metal inside (it isn't a real magnet it is just a galvanized slug that has been magnetized).
I will now talk about the second thing We have no way of handling more than one clip with this magnet As depicted in the photo, it does not look like that.
My mistake might have been not reading the product description closely enough. I was disappointed with this purchase. The pictures online made it seem like a good quality porcelain head that is of a decent size. The reality is that it was made of plastic with a weak magnet, smaller than a pen, that barely held the colored paper clips. The design is cute, but the money spent is not well worth it.
It was a good idea, but the quality wasn't great. the most important part of the human body It is surprising that the magnet is so heavy, since it is probably very small. Only about half of what you need will fit in it Not the 50 or so paperclips shown in the photo, but about a dozen. believe the earth's magnetic field is more powerful than that of the sun. There might be a need for some.
The gift I received was reasonable in terms of what I expected from it. It was a gift, which I chose to accept. This is a magnetic paper clip holder, so how could you go wrong with Einstein's head? As for the magnet, it's so weak it hardly holds even the tiniest amount of paper clips securely, and that's without letting you play with them, much less make cool hair styles with them, which was part of what made me purchase it in the first place. So even though I really want to make some paper clip hair for Einstein with this product, I am very disappointed with how useful it is. The paper clips just fall out every time I get close to it. (This is a waste of time! It's tiny and looks bigger in the picture than it is. You don't need to spend your money.
I bought this for my desk at work to add a little humor to my office. There are only a few The crown of the cranium is marked by a very visible seam. It's not a big deal, but the images on the website and packaging clearly show that the part has been removed It is not a very strong (Such as coins) It takes paperclips but not much else. However, overall, it is a fun little item to keep for your inner geek. I plan to keep.
Despite its silly nature, I love the idea behind this product. There's fun to be had. At my high school, it has been a treat to have it on my desk. I was excited when it arrived and couldn't wait to show it off. There was a large, misaligned piece on the back of the head when I unpacked it from the box. Far too much attention was drawn to it. A disappointment was felt by me. It was very kind of the company to refund my money to me.
They told me to keep it as well. Despite its small size, it holds a very small number of paperclips. I just sit here staring at it, nothing to do with it. (I might have the teens paint it or even put a magnet in it since it's already falling.
Paper clips should only be held in one hand. I don't have nearly as much as what the photo shows. In the picture, it also appears to be white and shiny. There is no such thing. Invest your money instead of wasting it. My desk would be better off with a pile of paper clips. In fact, they don't stay on the magnet long anyway, so they'll end up there anyway.