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Sew-in magnets 18 x 2 mm angular, holds approx. 1,9 kg

water-proof, with square PVC cover

Item number M-SEW-03
Strength approx. 1,9 kg
Displacement force approx. 380 g
Unit of Sale 10 pieces
Price and rebate
10 pcs. 1,01 EUR ea.
from 40 pcs. 0,96 EUR ea.
from 80 pcs. 0,93 EUR ea.
from 160 pcs. 0,91 EUR ea.
Ask for a rebate from 450 pcs.
incl. VAT plus shipping

10,10 EUR

incl. VAT plus shipping

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Available: 93 300 pieces

Delivery time: 1-3 business days


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These are shrink-wrapped disc magnets (18 x 2 mm) in a square PVC cover and with an adhesive force of almost 2 kg. They can be sewn into clothing or used in wet surroundings without rusting. One sales unit contains a strip with 5 magnet pairs, which equals 10 individual magnets. If you want to use the magnets in pairs, the markings “+” and “-“ on the plastic sleeve will help you find a matching pair.

Thanks to the plastic covering, the magnets can be washed in the washing machine. To avoid damage to the machine or fabrics, you should wash clothing with magnets in a laundry bag and select the delicate cycle (no spin-drying). Do not wash magnets at temperatures hotter than 80° C, as this will cause the magnets to demagnetise.

Technical data

Article ID M-SEW-03
EAN 7640155433945
Material NdFeB
Strength approx. 1,9 kg (approx. 18,6 N)
Displacement force approx. 380 g (approx. 3,73 N )
Covering PVC
Colour Silver-coloured
Shape Disc
Diameter 18 mm
Height 2 mm
Side length PVC cover 35 mm
Coating Zinc (Zn)
Magnetisation N35
Design to sew-in
Weight 4 g
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You need to be careful during sewing, since generally many parts of the sewing machine (needle plate, sewing foot, needle) are ferromagnetic and the magnet may adhere to them.
Thanks to the plastic cover, the magnet can be directly sewed onto the fabric.
Application: A tailor sews a blouse for an older woman. She should be able to open and close the blouse with one hand. This is where sew-in magnets come in handy as an alternative to buttons.
One magnet in plastic cover each will be placed on both sides of the blouse in between two layers of fabric and then carefully sewn in.
When they are sewed-in, the magnets are practically invisible.