The Round Cone Neodymium Magnet – Ultimate Magnet Fishing Magnet

By:
Brute Magnetics
Version:
75CO
Price:
$59.99

Reviewed by:
Rating:
5
On 18 October, 2017
Last modified:18 October, 2017

Summary:

The cone shape will make the magnet finding it's own way though the rocky bottom and "bounce" between the rocks to avoid getting snagged.

round cone neodymium magnet for magnet fishing, with eyebolt 375 lbs pulling force 2,95" diameter

Could the Cone Neodymium Magnet be the absolute perfect magnet for magnet fishing?

Does it get better than this? A cone neodymium magnet, designed specifically for Magnet Fishing. This magnet has a pull power strange of 375 lb.

You know that feeling when you throw out your normal, flat, top mounted eyelet magnet in the water and get snagged between 2 rocks..
.. decrease the chances a LOT of  getting stuck with this cone neodymium magnet.

The cone shape will make the magnet finding it’s own way though the rocky bottom and “bounce” between the rocks.

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round cone neodymium magnet for magnet fishing, with eyebolt 375 lbs pulling force 2,95" diameter

The Cone Neodymium Magnet will save you money.

Let´s say you buy a 250lbs magnet for the cost of $29, sure thats cheaper than you´ll pay for this cone neodymium magnet.
But think of how much smaller the chances are to get snagged there between  the rocks.

By thinking that way, this magnet will pay it self in no time.
Maybe you´ll snagg your normal flat magnet 2,3 even 4 times before you are unlucky and snagg your cone neodymoium magnet.

Perfect size and power.round cone neodymium magnet for magnet fishing, with eyebolt 375 lbs pulling force 2,95" diameter

The diameter of this magnet is 2,95″, wich is perfect for this magnet. A larger diameter would result in a lot heavier magnet, wich makes it harder to throw and hits the bottom harder, wich can cause the magnet to crack.

With it´s 375 lbs pull power you will be able to catch larger items without any problem.

Why would I need a magnet that strong?

Because these neodymium magnets are tested on a totally flat, clean piece of 1/4″ thick steel. When you go magnet fishing you will find items that has been in the water for many years, so there are rust, a lot of it. Rust significantly decreases the pull power of the magnet.
The power of the magnet will decrease up to 70% when pulling it horizontally.
So, the higher pull power on the magnet, the bigger are the chances that you won’t drop your item you hooked on to.

round cone neodymium magnet for magnet fishing, with eyebolt 375 lbs pulling force 2,95" diameter

 

 

 

 

Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 2.95” x 6.25”
  • Material: NdFeB Magnets + A3 Steel Plate
  • Coating: NiCuNi
  • Pulling Force: 375lbs
  • Price: $59.95

Check out the “What is Magnet Fishing?” page if you still don´t know what Magnet Fishing is all about.