The following magnet systems with eyelets consist of a magnet system with an internal thread or a screw socket and a matching screw-in eyelet. The magnet system is rubber-coated and protects the surfaces of the counterpart from scratches. The rubber coating also reduces slipping of the magnet system when mounted in shear direction. You can find more eyelet magnets made of neodymium under pot magnets with eyelets.
Principle: A magnet system consists of several magnets (in the case of small magnet systems only one), which are attached to a steel plate. Compared to pot magnets, magnet systems have less height and can be used more discreetly.
Displacement force: The indicated adhesive force was measured perpendicular to the surface to which the magnet should stick. It takes a lot less strength to move the magnet system sideways. Therefore, you won’t be able to put as much strain on a magnet system if you use it on a wall as opposed to using it on the ceiling.
Rust: The rubber coating somewhat protects magnet systems from moisture. With long-term outdoor use, however, rust will form and cause the neodymium magnets to lose their adhesive force after a while.