PrimeEffects Adds Tiny Super Strong Neodymium Magnets To Its Portfolio

PrimeEffects announces new product - Neodymium Disc Magnets 1/4" x 1/16" 30-magnet Pack.

According to PrimeEffects CEO Philip Jepsen, "Our market research has shown a high demand for Neodymium Magnets in this size and quantity, and at the specific strength (N48) these magnets have. We are pleased to make these available for industry, science and lab uses and for consumers who use these amazing little wonders for arts, crafts and many home improvement projects."

How to use your Neodymium Magnets

magnets are the strongest permanent magnets on the planet, and were invented in 1982 by General Motors and Sumitomo Special Metals. They are graded in strength on the N scale, with N52 being the strongest permanent magnet. N48 Magnets are only very slightly less strong but much better priced, and very suitable for almost any application where a strong magnet is needed.

They are widely used in industry, in space (collecting dust on Mars for example) and in scientific research as well as electronics, music, medicine, automotive, electric motors and wind turbines, but they are also increasingly used in jewelry (magnetic settings and clasps), and for all kinds of closure mechanisms (such as on brochures, box lids, binders) and fasteners in craft products and home uses. Many people use them as fridge magnets, bottle caps magnets and for other decorative uses in the home where holding power in a small footprint is attractive. Tool holders and magnetic knife racks are other popular uses in the home.

Neodymium magnets are a marvel of modern science and are fascinating in themselves, let alone the myriad uses they have in everyday devices and industry. This bundle of 30 magnets ( is perfect for many projects.

About PrimeEffects

PrimeEffects specializes in finding and making available quality items that consumers are glad to have among their personal effects. Our latest product is the pack of 30 Super Strong (N48 grade) Neodymium Disc Magnets 1/4" x 1/16"


Philip Jepsen

Philip Jepsen
Philip Jepsen