Ferrite or neodymium magnets?Compared to neodymium magnets, the adhesive force of ferrite magnets is much weaker. On the other hand, they are cheaper, suitable for outside use (rust-resistant) and can take heat up to 250 °C. If size and volume are less important than price, ferrite magnets can be a good alternative to neodymium magnets.
In addition to the ferrite raw magnets mentioned here, we also carry pot magnets with ferrite.
An extensive comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of both magnet types can be found under FAQ.