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Block magnet 50,8 x 50,8 x 25,4 mm

Neodymium, N40, nickel-plated
promptly deliverable
Strength: approx. 100 kg
Available: 1 145 pcs.
Delivery time: 1 - 3 business days
Price and rebate
1 pc. 39,78 EUR ea.
from 3 pcs. 35,67 EUR ea.
from 10 pcs. 32,01 EUR ea.
from 20 pcs. 30,22 EUR ea.
from 40 pcs. 28,65 EUR ea.
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping


We call this magnet with reverence THE DEATH MAGNET.
I have no idea what you could reasonably do with this magnet - it is simply too intense for most applications. Monitors, credit cards, video tapes - all down the drain. Tip: Always put a thick piece of cardboard underneath before attaching it to a metal surface, so you can slide it off sideways. Otherwise you'll never be able to get it off again. And if you have two of these together, not even Schwarzenegger will be able to separate them without any tools. My advice: Buy a smaller magnet! But if you think you really need this monster (like more than 100 000 people before you): BE CAREFUL!!! And please never, never allow children to play with DEATH MAGNETS.
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Technical data

Article ID Q-51-51-25-N
Material NdFeB
Shape Block
Size 50,8 x 50,8 x 25,4 mm
Tolerance +/- 0,1 mm
Coating Nickel-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni)
Magnetisation N40
strength approx. 100 kg
Max. working temperature 80°C
Weight 500 g
PDF data sheet

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Additional features and tips

The DEATH MAGNET plays an important role in our video "The Power of Magnets": "We call it 'DEATH MAGNET' because of its supernatural and almost demonic strength"

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Check this out: You can attach a bicycle to a death magnet with no problem. You can find the whole story here: Video "The Power of Magnets": Making-Of
I recently asked a customer what he wanted to do with his magnets. "Just have them!", was his honest answer. :-)
Adhesive force in relation to the air gap between magnet and steel plate.
It looks totally harmless just laying there... THE DEATH MAGNET... ready for an experiment.
The metal plate is sanded smooth so that the magnet will hold optimally.
The magnet on a steel plate.
The surface of the crossbeam is sanded smooth so that the magnet can hold even better.
Ideally equipped for the handling of large super magnets: protective glasses and gloves!
It's just about to go "Klonk!!!"
Carpenter Beat hanging from a crossbeam, held up only by a "DEATH MAGNET".
We're a little bit crazy... and we know it... :-)
One moment of not paying attention ... and "whack!" It could have been much worse, though! Now I've learned my lesson...
Customer Christian Hoffmann celebrated last Christmas with a magnet tree: "Here are a few photos with a Q-51-51-25-N and 55 K-06-C that are appropriate for the season. ;-)"