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500KG Super Strong Underwater Fishing Magnet, Color Zn Coated Treasure Salvage River Searching Magnet, Extra Strong NdFeB Eyeblot Pot Magnet, Fishing Metal Detector Hunting Magnet, Neodymium Retrieval Magnet with Eyeblot
500KG Super Strong Underwater Fishing Magnet Specifications:
Part No.: FNRM-8380-CZ
Neodymium Magnet size – 70mm x 60mm
Holding Pot size – 83mm x 80mm
Height – 140mm
Weight – 3,55 kg
Grade – N35
Plating – Colour Zinc
Max 80° C
Max pull force – 500 KG
Application: Can be used for treasure hunting in the sea/river. Great for recovering keys down a drain or overboard a boat.
Searching Magnet Package Included:
1 x Ndfeb Magnet
1 x Handle ring screw
Treasure Salvage River Searching Magnet Notice:
1. The PULL rating is the point at which the magnet will pull away from the metal object, not how much it will lift.
2. Please allow a bit error due to manual measurement. please make sure you do not mind before you bid.
3.The color may have different as the difference display, pls understand.
Fishing Magnet uses a strong magnet to try and grab ferrous metal objects that are hidden or lost underwater. If you want to try grabbing something lost on the bottom of a lake, pond, or river, a magnet on a rope might do the trick.
What magnets should be used? As mentioned in our article about Mounting Magnets, many of our customers have reported success using strong Mounting Magnets. They are durable, and you can easily tie them onto the end of a rope.
Our recovery magnets are popular, with an eye-hook for attaching a rope or cable. Some of our customers have reported good results using Treasure Salvage magnet screwed together, with the rope/cable/cord tied on the space between them. The idea is that this combination might be more likely to catch onto an object below the water’s surface.
Searching Magnet Like treasure hunting with a metal detector, magnet fishing is not for the impatient. It’s a big lake and a small magnet, so you might not find much very quickly.
All magnets and in particular neodymium magnets, produce strong magnetic field, which may cause different and difficult to predict incidents with disagreeable consequences. Because of that the buyer before receiving magnets should definitely find out about basic risks and threats as well as rules to be obeyed while handling magnets.
Treasure Hunters hope to find interesting things. Sometimes the found objects can be historically interesting. Rarely, something valuable might be found. While some trips might not find anything of interest, it’s still a good excuse to go sit by the water for a while.
Be careful with magnetic field! Strong magnetic field produced by magnets may affect and cause damages to electronic appliances. We recommend therefore to keep and use magnets at safe distance from cardiac pacemaker, monitors, computer, speakers, external memory carriers, clocks etc, as well as from credit cards! Big magnets may affect functions of both hearing and heart devices!