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A heavy duty magnetic hook is capable of holding up to 100 pounds, making it both strong
Corrosion resistance is greatly improved by three layers of nickel coating.
Magnet hooks can be used indoors or outdoors, at school, in an office, a workshop, warehouse, garage, a bbq or even for entertainment on a cruise ship wherever a metal or magnetic surface is available.
Brands within the Great Mag Company Magnetic hooks and magnetic assemblies are manufactured by this company.
Questions & Answers
Is there a magnet hook attachment for hanging a calendar on the side of a refrigerator that is plain and simple?
A magnetic hook can be placed on the side of a refrigerator to mount a calendar.
Can you point me to a way to separate two magnets which have become stuck together?
Lie them on the floor so that the bases are perpendicular to the floor and that one hook sticks out to the left and the other On one hook, step one foot at a time. The bases of the pyramid will be divided in V shapes. Incorporate some plastic into the v next. Put the plastic on the two bases and adjust the hooks so both bases are covered. As a result, they can now be separated either by pulling or sliding
Then perhaps I can hang towels on outside of the glass shower door. And maybe I can hang wash rags inside the glass shower door?
I'm wondering if they can be stuck together with glass in between so that there might be a hook on the outside and another on the inside. To answer the question, I'm sure you can, but be careful not to break the glass if you glue them together too tightly.
What are the benefits of using these In what form do the hook threads take?
There is absolutely no way they are 1/4 Their size is almost a quarter The holes are M6. *br> They're not quite 28, but close. This came to my attention when I wanted to remove the ring hook and replace it with a magnetic base for another piece I was designing.
Selected User Reviews For GREATMAG Magnetic Hooks Heavy Duty, 100 lbs Strong Hooks for Hanging, Magnet with Hook for Cruise, Grill, Fridge, Pack of 6
I used these for a cruise and they worked great
A series of magnets and hooks with VERY high strength. To help you separate them, a plastic spacer comes with the order. Take care to use it properly. There are two of these that can be extremely hard to separate if they come together. Most people don't realize that the walls and ceilings of cruise ships are steel, and in staterooms with little tabletop space, using magnets like these can make it easy to hang things up. My binoculars were hung on the balcony so that they were acclimated to the warm Caribbean temperatures. I could not keep them in the room because the lenses would steam up immediately when I went outside. During the trip, our umbrella and the keys for our car were stored within reach at all times, just in case we needed them after we pulled into port. It is only necessary to be careful not to hang anything too heavy, not because the magnets are weak, but because the walls can be smooth enough that the magnet will slide At least six of these are required for the next cruise we'll take!.
| May 05, 2021
You might want to take note
It's a great thing to have, but they're also a bit Make sure you handle it My wife and I bought these for our cruise last year, and yes, they are sturdy and worked well. It will not hurt if they are NOT in contact with one another, but do not let them come into contact without the In our household, we can't get ours apart. I warned my kids not to put them together and of course they had to perform the As I was hanging them up at the end of the cruise, I put the little disc between them, and because they are so strong and attracted to each other, the skin of one of my fingers got stuck and I ended up losing some.
| Sep 06, 2020
A very strong candidate The great thing about these things is that they are useful, but they are also Magnets this strong have a great deal of power
The magnets worked perfectly for our Cruise, as long as you remove the small white disks predisposed to collect dust between the You will need them later to separate the magnets, otherwise you will not be able to do it! The two of them will SNAP each other if they get close. During each visit, I lost a lot of skin. One of the procedures was pretty It is big and bloody. It has been almost a week since I had surgery, and I am still recovering.
| Nov 09, 2020
Magnets that are super powerful
It's clear that these magnets have a lot of power. With each pair, there is a thin white wafer. They will make it easier for you to separate the two magnets if you keep them. It is now impossible for me to separate them because I combined two pieces without the white piece. No matter how strong I am, I can't do it. You should also not place your finger between two of them when they are close. It will be a group jump. A small blister is all that I have from when I was in that situation. However, these magnets are extremely strong, so they can hold a host of items of varying weights despite the need to be careful.
| Dec 27, 2020
The perfect addition for your stateroom walls on a cruise ship! As a result, we managed to keep our shoes organized while organizing our bathroom items, etc (metal walls) in our stateroom on the cruise
A heavy organizer with approximately 400 pounds of weight could be held with no problem by 4 of these. On our last cruise, the organizer kept sliding down due to the less expensive magnet hooks. Neither of these nor that were a problem for us. If you are embarking on a cruise, this would be a great choice The following are great for keeping everything in order The lanyard, hat rack, robe hooks, towel racks, etc. can be hung on these. Those staterooms don't usually have much room so this is really useful Put some life into your walls!.
| Jan 14, 2021
This holds strong and lasts a long time
This is a powerful hook that is incredibly effective at The majority of them are on the white boards in my classroom, but I have one on a metal bin/organizer/shelf in my office as well. The portable speakers that I use for PPT presentations are sturdy enough to hold up on them. As well as displaying maps and posters during lessons, holding hall passes, and stringing cords for displays that mount student work, I use them to hold up displays. My first pack of 6 was soon followed by another purchase as I use them to hold up a shoe organizer for using to organize student objects like extra pencils, scissors, erasers and the like. I love them and found them so useful that I bought another set of 6! The hook must be twisted slightly at an angle to 'pop' the magnetic attraction easier, so in response to an earlier review about them being "too strong," if you want to release them, just twist it slightly at an angle. I, the undersigned, am aware of the following In order to fix the hook, you need to screw it into the base if it begins to spin out of control. I have noticed that some of the hooks will loosen over time when used, but this only takes a moment of your time. The design does not have a flaw, as it is intended to be that way.
| Nov 22, 2020
Do you weigh 80 pounds? Could be, could not be
A great deal of strength has gone into them. These are much stronger than anything else I've bought before. However, how well they work for you will depend on the surface you attach them In addition to this, this applies to almost all magnets, but this may not be immediately apparent. I attached this to my fridge and I had no problem pulling it off with one hand. Didn't seem much stronger than the 20lb magnets I had attached there previously. However, I had a hard time pulling it off of the vise because it is all cast iron and I couldn't do it without sliding it over A few other points the strength of the pull depends on the vertical direction, not the horizontal path. One of the nice features of this hook is that it is threaded so you can replace it with another type of hook if necessary, which I really like.
| Nov 12, 2020
A drywall cornerbead is used to hold a mirror in place
These magnets are intended to hold a convex mirror to the cornerbead on the drywall. I like them a lot. 3 M6 screws were used to attach 3 magnets to the spring clip of the mirror. In the plaster, the magnets cling to metal cornerbeads embedded there and hold it firmly in place. This is exactly what I had in mind. The magnets are great. I'm going to buy more of them.
| Dec 07, 2020