Fishing magnet 100 bundle
magnet fishing bundle with 1 fishing magnet 100, adhesive force approx. 100 kg, 1 carabiner 60 x 6 mm, and 1 polypropylene rope 7 mm x 15 m
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With the fishing magnet 100 bundle, you are well equipped for your next magnet fishing trip. The included fishing magnet 100 has an adhesive force of 100 kg on the bottom as well as the top. With a retrieval magnet with this kind of adhesive force, you will surely pull all sorts of exciting things out of the water.
The practical feature of the fishing magnet 100: You can mount the eyebolt with M8 thread on top or on the side of the fishing magnet. Make absolutely sure that the bolt is securely fastened. These two mounting options allow you to perfectly adapt the magnet to the conditions of the lake bed. Thanks to the carabiner included in the set, you can also use the rope for other fishing magnets. Simply connect the eyebolt and rope to the carabiner and you are all set.
Please note: The fishing magnet 100 will only reach its full force if the surface is flat, smooth and thick enough. In addition, the magnet must make direct and full contact with it. If all of these conditions are not met, a pot magnet may have significantly less adhesive force than, for example, a ring magnet with the same or even weaker adhesive force. Furthermore, the full adhesive force only applies if you pull the magnet off the surface in a perpendicular direction (i.e. at a 90-degree angle to the surface). The adhesive force is considerably lower when you pull the retrieving magnet off the surface sideways. You can find more information about this topic on our FAQ page "adhesive force vs. shear force".
- Magnets are not a toy, and careless handling can lead to injuries! So please make sure you familiarise yourself with the safety tips for neodymium magnets.
- Be extremely careful in areas where there may be unexploded bombs!
- If you really do find a treasure, you are usually not entitled to keep it - follow the legal regulations!
- You can find additional important information in our FAQ about magnet fishing