The NEW Epoxy Coated Neodymium Magnet For Extra Durability While Magnet Fishing
If you are new to Magnet Fishing, you really don´t want a too expensive magnet to start with. But at the same time you don´t want it to be too weak and too small, that´s just going to make you dissapointed and maybe not giving you the motivation to go out there a second time. So here is my budget tip of a really good neodymium magnet to start off with. This is a improved, epoxy coated neodymium magnet.
This one has a diameter of 2.95″ and in my opinion you don´t want anything smaller than that. If you’re getting a smaller magnet, you will just decrease the chances of hitting your treasure chest. Magnet Fishing is all about luck. So in this case, the bigger diameter the better!
Power and Durability
With it´s 350 lbs pull power you wont be dissapointed. You will be able to pull up bicycles, rifles, smaller safes, without any bigger problem. This is a new improved version with epoxy coated steel cup, provides protection for the magnet and helps to prevent chipping or cracking. So that along with the low price really makes it the perfect starter magnet for your magnet fishing adventures.
Why would I need a magnet that strong?
Because this neodymium magnet 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.
Specifications and Features
This round base rare-earth cup neodymium magnet (NdFeB) is made with A3 steel plate and coated with Nickel-Copper-Nickel to be the strongest type of permanent magnet available. The countersunk hole allows many types of mounting applications including hook, knob, or included eyebolt.
- Dimensions: 2.95″ x .70″
- Hole Diameter: .25″
- Material: NdFeB Magnets + A3 Steel Plate
- Coating: Black Epoxy
- Pulling Force: 350lbs
Check out the “What is Magnet Fishing?” page if you still don´t know what it’s all about.