575 Lbs Brute Magnetics Round Neodymium Magnet

Neodymium Magnets 03/18/2020

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575 Lbs Brute Magnetics Round Neodymium Magnet

575 LBS Pulling Force, Brute Magnetics Round Neodymium $33.25

575 LBS Pulling Force, Brute Magnetics Round Neodymium Magnet with Countersunk Hole and Eyebolt, 2.95" Diameter. This round base rare-earth neodymium (NdFeB) cup magnet is made with A3 steel plate and coated with Nickel-Copper-Nickel to be the strongest type of permanent magnet available.

Recommended Rope: 550 Paracord or 1/4" Double Braided Nylon


The forces have been determined at room temperature on a plate of polished steel (A36) with a thickness of 1/2 inch. The pull force is applied perpendicular to the face of the plate.

A maximum deviation of -10% compared to the specified force is possible in exceptional cases, generally, the value is exceeded.

Depending on the type of application (thickness/condition of base metal, temperatures, and direction of pull), the forces can be influenced enormously.

Mounting on vertical surfaces can reduce the pulling force by up to 70%.

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Anybody done any magnet fishing? This looks like it could be fun.

575 LBS Pulling Force, Brute Magnetics Round Neodymium Magnet with Countersunk Hole and Eyebolt, 2.95" Diameter

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Brute Magnetics Round Neodymium Magnet with Countersunk Hole and Eyebolt, 500 LBS Pulling Force, 3.54" Diameter

Extremely strong Neodymium Magnet with over 500 lbs pulling force on contact with 1/2" thick steel

Ideal for magnet fishing, lifting, hanging, or anywhere you need an incredibly strong magnet.

The countersunk hole for easy use with eyebolt (included), screws, hooks, and other types of fasteners.

A coated steel cup provides protection for the magnet and helps to prevent chipping or cracking.

Package of one magnet with a diameter of 3.54" and thickness of.70"

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This is an awesome magnet however, it is not a toy do not let your children or unexperienced personnel get around it.

It is a very good retrieval device for metal objects lost in gravel, grass, underwater, you name it.

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Best magnet I've ever had.

Just remember it can hurt you it's that strong.

Magnet Fishing - Resource for Magnet Fishing

How to Magnet Fish

We have a dedicated guide for how to magnet fish but it doesn’t hurt to also include a quick overview here too.

The techniques for Magnet Fishing are incredibly simple, in fact, there’s hardly any skill required at.

But for those people who are curious about how it all works at this point, you may have no idea how to do it!

So here’s a couple of tried and tested methods:

The Throw-In & Pull Back Technique

As it sounds.

With your magnet tied securely to your rope, you simply throw the line into the body of water and slowly pull the line back in again.

Don’t pull it too quickly as the magnet could snag onto something solid and get lodged, you also face the risk of losing your treasure if the magnet passes too quickly over the items in the water.

The Throw-In, Walk & Pull Back Technique

Again, this is how it sounds.

You launch your line into the body of water and instead of simply pulling it back in you walk along the river bank or canal bank to give the magnet more area to cover.

You, therefore, increase the chances of attracting more finds.

Man Finds a Motorcycle Magnet Fishing!

Magnet Fishing Rules & Laws

Is Magnet Fishing Legal?

People often ask this question and so I decided to look into it.

If you are magnet fishing on public property then you should be okay, there are no recorded incidents from people breaking the law (that I can find).

Of course, it’s a different story if you are on private property and as with any activity that involves trespassing onto private land you should get the landowners permission first.

This is often easier said than done and there are plenty of bodies of water that you can visit without upsetting the owner.

In some instances, there is a lake or canal that makes encroach upon land owned by somebody and this is known as “Riparian rights” where essentially the division of land lies somewhere in the middle of the body of water.

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What is the Best Magnet for Magnet Fishing?

We’ve got a guide for the top 10 best magnets for Magnet Fishing but in short, you want to get yourself a Neodymium magnet (also known as a “rare earth magnet”.

The neodymium magnet listed below is the best selling magnet and popular choice among magnet fishermen. It is also listed #1 in our top 10 guides.

575 LBS Pulling Force, Brute Magnetics Round Neodymium Magnet with Countersunk Hole and Eyebolt, 2.95" Diameter

Extremely strong Neodymium Magnet with 575 lbs pulling force on contact with 1/2" thick steel

Magnet is neodymium iron boron (NdFeB) rare-earth with Nickel-Copper-Nickel coated steel cup.

The countersunk hole for easy use with eyebolt (included), screws, hooks, and other types of fasteners.

A coated steel cup provides protection for the magnet and helps to prevent chipping or cracking.

Package contains one magnet with a diameter of 2.95" and thickness of .70" Includes M10 eyebolt and a 6ml bottle of thread locker.

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Where Can I Go Magnet Fishing?

You can go anywhere that you have permission.

If you are private land then you should ask the permission of the landowner first and if you are in a public place then it’s possible you may have to answer some questions from passers-by or even the Police if they are curious as to what you are doing.

Anywhere where there are bodies of water such as swamps, creeks, lakes, rivers, canals, and dams will be a sufficient place for magnet fishing.

Even in often less-traveled parts of the countryside can be interesting places for magnet fishing. You may find fewer objects in these waters, but the findings may be more interesting since they most likely have been sitting for quite some time.

Look for historical places and landmarks when magnet fishing

Cities and towns with great history are more likely to yield the most interesting finds. The sky is the limit when you can imagine the things that you would find in rich historical areas such as war battlegrounds, abandoned buildings, and the gold rush era.

Perhaps you may even find something that you can contribute to a historical museum.

Almost all places have bodies of water such as lakes, rivers, swamps, ponds, creeks, dams, canals, and sewers.

You will definitely find metal in urban areas, and in places where people frequently visit, walk along, and is accessible by foot

What you should consider are 2 things:

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How old is the body of water (i.e.

lake, canal or river) does it have a historical past?

You can find some great stuff if you are fishing in an old lake or historically significant river or canal.

How busy is the area or how busy has it been in the past?

Consider how many people have used or are using the body of water and what type of items you are likely to find in there.

Magnet fishing is a fantastically addictive hobby that people worldwide enjoy on a regular basis.

It’s growing at an amazing rate too with more people discovering it each and every day.

Essentially Magnet Fishing involves throwing a magnet tied to a rope into a body of water but it’s the not knowing what’s coming out next which is the addictive part.

You could find all sorts, mostly other people’s junk but occasionally you can find a stash of coins, bullets or weapons, cast aside bikes and more.

It’s all “treasure”, stuff that you find and can keep and you never know what you’re going to get.

Just check out some of the news stories above to see the wide diversity of stuff you can find.

Also, check out the resources and other fantastic places on the internet where people all over the world over talk about their latest find or equipment.

It’s a simple hobby but it’s a really good one.

Also, we’re cleaning up the lakes and canals of the world as we go!

It doesn’t matter where you live or how old you are, all you need to get going is a magnet and rope or line to attach it to and somewhere suitable such as a lake or canal to throw it into.

The things that people get back are amazing and it’s the thrill of not knowing what you are going to recover next with your magnet which makes it such an addictive hobby.

Many of your finds will most likely end of as trophies, but there will also be good uses for the other ones. Many people sell their finds on craigslist or keep them for themselves.

If you find a lot of tools with rust, you can clean them up and add them to your tool collection.

I really do hope the information and things we gather together on this site will be of use to others.

I always think it a good idea to collate information as you make new discoveries and I really do enjoy helping other people, so if you are reading this and find the site useful, funny and/or interesting then it will make my day.

I’m happy to show news stories from the USA and also around the world.

Magnet Fishing: The Best Magnets for Magnet Fishing

Have you ever wondered what treasures might be buried in your backyard, the beach, or even at the bottom of lakes? While metal detectors are commonly used to look for any objects hidden in the ground, magnets alone can be used to look for metal objects underwater.

If you’ve ever considered trying out this hobby, you would quickly realize some magnets will work better than others due to various reasons.

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What are the best magnets for magnet fishing? The best magnet for magnet fishing is a neodymium magnet.

Neodymium magnets are made from rare-earth material metals, which are considered to be some of the strongest metals on earth.

Neodymium magnets vary in type and force, but a common magnet of this kind is the neodymium N52 magnet.

This magnet weighs just under 2 lbs, yet it is capable of producing a pull force of 500 lbs.

It is very important to note that one should never attempt to put two neodymium magnets together, otherwise the magnets will shatter.

Neodymium Magnet

The neodymium magnet is the most widely used type of rare-earth metal magnet and is also a type of permanent magnet made from an alloy of iron and neodymium.

Neodymium magnets are the strongest types of magnets in commercial use and are divided into two subcategories due to different manufacturing processes.

Neodymium is a metal that is categorized as ferromagnetic.

Ferromagnetic metals can be magnetized to become a metal, but in pure form, its magnetism only appears at very low temperatures.

However, when combined with iron, the magnetism reappears at temperatures well above room temperature.

There are two principal manufacturing methods: classic powder metallurgy or sintering process and rapid solidification for bonding.

Sintered neodymium magnets are manufactured by melting the raw materials in a furnace and then cast into a mold for cooling.

This process forms ingots which are then milled into a powder.

The powder is then sintered into blocks that are then reheated, surface treated and magnetized.

Bonded neodymium magnets are manufactured by spinning and melting a thin ribbon of the alloy.

The ribbon is then pulverized, mixed with a polymer, and then injected into bonded magnets.

Factors Determining Neodymium Strength:

Has large magnetic dipole moment

Alternating layers of iron and boron atoms

Neodymium Properties

Remanence- measures the strength of the magnetic field

Coercivity- material’s resistance to becoming demagnetized

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Energy product- density of the energy

Curie temperature- the temperature at which the metal loses its magnetism

Neodymium magnets are graded based upon their maximum energy product which is the stored energy in the magnet and relates to its magnetic field.

The maximum energy product is typically measured in megagauss-oersteds which is a unit related to flux density and field strength.

Given that maximum energy is related to flux density, or magnetic flux, a higher value of the energy product indicates a stronger magnet.

Values typically range from 28 to 52.

Any letters following the number values indicate maximum operating temperatures.

As briefly mentioned above, all magnets have several properties that allow users to determine which magnet will work best for their specific purpose.

Neodymium magnets have higher remanence, higher coercivity, higher energy product, yet much lower curie temperatures than other types of magnets.

Some neodymium magnets have been developed using alloys that contain terbium and dysprosium, which raise the curie temperature substantially.

Despite having better properties than all other metals, sintered neodymium tends to be vulnerable to corrosion and causes deterioration.

Deterioration usually results in the magnet crumbling into small magnetic particles.

This problem can be addressed by adding a protective coating to prevent exposure to the atmosphere.

Standard coating methods include nickel plating or two-layered copper-nickel plating.

Polymer coatings are also performed.

Different Neodymium Magnets for Fishing

Neodymium Magnets:

575 LBS Brute Magnetics Round Neodymium Magnet

880 LBS Round Neodymium Fishing Magnet

Color Double Side Round Neodymium Fishing Magnets

Wukong 837 LBS Super Powerful N52 Round Neodymium Magnet

As mentioned above, there are different types and different ways to manufacture neodymium magnets which results in variations of all the properties.

For example, the brute magnets listed above can support a force of up to 1,200 lbs, while the Wukong typically supports a pulling force of up to 400 lbs.

The Brute magnetic round neodymium magnet is the best magnet for magnet fishing available in the market.

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It contains a pulling force of up to 1,200 lbs and averages at about 600 lbs.

Most of these magnets contain a countersunk hole for ease of use and is also coated in nickel to prevent corrosion.

The second best magnet for magnet fishing is the Color double side round neodymium fishing magnet and it has a pulling force of up to 660 lbs.

Besides magnet fishing, this magnet can also be used for hanging and lifting objects in the home.

The magnet also contains coating and an eye bolt screw instead of a countersunk hole.

The third best option for magnet fishing is the Wukong super powerful N52 round neodymium magnet because it has the best type of coating in the market.

It contains a triple layer coat that not only prevents corrosion but also cracking or chipping.

Therefore, it is very durable and lasts a long time.

When deciding between which neodymium magnet to choose, it is important to not only be aware of the pulling force, but it is also important to understand the coating features.

Triple later coated magnets are usually the best.

It is also important to buy a magnet that has a countersunk hole which includes an eyebolt, as the hole is essential to fishing.

Other Magnets for Magnet Fishing

Other magnets for magnet fishing:

Ferrite or ceramic magnets

Mounting Magnets

Before fully settling on neodymium magnets, it is important to realize that yes, there are other magnets that can be used.

Other types of magnets that can be used instead of a neodymium one is a ferrite magnet or a mounting magnet.

Ferrite magnets are the same material as the magnets used on your fridge and are typically a lot cheaper than neodymium magnets and have a bigger diameter that covers more area.

However, it is also noticeably weaker than neodymium magnets and cracks much more often and easier.

Mounting magnets that have a large steel component to them have the ability to life objects underwater.

Many mounting magnets are coated in nickel and have an eye hook that makes them convenient for attaching a rope or cable.

Problems with mounting magnets include their attraction and waterproof capabilities.

The magnet to magnet attraction is not very strong and if they line up with one another, they will repel.

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When mounting magnets are not coated, they become very affected by moisture and so it is important for them to be coated.

Related Questions

Are there any hazards to using Neodymium magnets?

Given that these magnets exert greater forces than other metals, a neodymium magnet that is larger than a few cubic centimeters is strong enough to cause harm to body parts that are between two of these magnets.

The stronger magnetic properties may also cause damage to electronic devices as they can erase magnetic media.

Why do you need such a strong magnet for fishing rather than a less strong and less hazardous one?

You may use a magnet that has less force;

however, this will encounter several obstacles that a magnet with little force cannot necessarily overcome.

For example, you will need to achieve flat contact with the object and this may be nearly impossible due to debris accumulation or the object itself simply not being flat.

What is the best rope for magnet fishing?

Along with a strong magnet, one will need a strong rope to go with it.

It is recommended that one buys a rope that is at least 50 ft long for shallow water and 100 ft for deeper depths.

Nylon paracord would be the best rope because it has good strength, durability, elasticity, and is able to hold a knot very well.

Neodymium Bar, N45, 3"L x ½"W x ¼"H.

Strong, Permanent, Rare Earth Magnets, NdFeB

STRONGEST TYPE OF MAGNET: Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) magnets are currently the strongest type of magnets available.

Use for projects where extra strength in a small size is needed.

34.9 LBS PULLING FORCE: N45 Grade magnet with an extra-strong pulling force of 34.9 lbs

PERMANENT MAGNET: Will is not become demagnetized, even in temperatures up to 80C

LIGHTWEIGHT: A single magnet weighs only 1.7 oz

HIGH-QUALITY FINISH: Nickel-Copper-Nickel coating provides a smooth and shiny, high-quality finish.

These neodymium magnets are currently the strongest type of magnet out there.

At 3-inch x 0.5-inch x 0.25 inch and weighing only 1.7 oz each, these magnets provide incredible pulling strength in a small and lightweight package.

Magnet grade is N45 so it can withstand temperatures up to 80C and has 34.9 lbs of pulling force with a surface gauss of 3500G.

The product consists of 2 Neodymium Iron Boron (NdFeB) magnetic alloy magnets.

They have a nickel-copper-nickel coating for a smooth, shiny finish that is also corrosion-resistant.

Use for projects where extra strength in a small size is needed.

The North pole side of each magnet is marked with a letter "N" for easy identification.

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