deco magnets with felt protectors, set of 3
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The carefully crafted super magnets with a toadstool-inspired design help to hold on to important things. And they do it with care: A glued-on felt disc prevents scratches on delicate surfaces.
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Technical data

Article ID LIV-43
Strength approx. 500 g (approx. 4.9 N)
Quantity per set 3 pieces
Made in Switzerland
Weight 57 g/set

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Additional features and tips

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A piece of felt is glued to the backside of the disc magnet, which makes it soft on delicate surfaces such as whiteboard and magnetic glass board. Also, the little buffer absorbs the impact of the magnet. At the same time, the felt prevents scratches when moving the magnet around. Nevertheless, it has a strong hold on your notes.

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Despite the felt layer, such a magnet can hold thicker paper of up to approx. 500 grammes. A postcard is therefore nothing to this muscle magnet. But he doesn't hold a grudge.
The toadstools always come in threes. This way, none of them needs to work alone and the fun colour combination brightens the mood.
The trios are available in two colour schemes. Here they come on "strong" in red, light green and black.
A set of toadstools in "pastel" contains pink, light blue and black.
The colourful helpers are produced in the protected "Transit workshop" in Switzerland, then assorted and packaged in pretty cardboard boxes with sliders. They make for a nice gift.
The cardboard box with slider in which the magnets are delivered can also be used as break room for the toadstools. Although magnets don't need breaks, storing them in the box is fine.
Also the pastel toadstools enjoy transportation and rest in the cardboard box. Until they can show off their strength, for instance holding on to paper memories on a magnet strip.