Slim Mighty Magnets
Worked perfectly to display craft/art
I bought these to display origami cranes without piercing them and in a way that could be reconfigured and moved later.
Worked perfectly they are slim to fit into the folds of the paper, but strong to keep them on. Even when the ceiling fan is on high they don't budge.
May 25, 2015
"Decorating" tip with mighty magnets
We removed our horizontal mini blinds on our metal door to our balcony (put window film up instead of replacing with blinds) and of course there were holes left from the brackets mounted at top and bottom of window. We used a mighty magnet over each hole and then randomly added a few more mighty magnets around the ones covering the holes and they decorate the four corners of the door nicely...a little sparkle. Looks awesome.
February 23, 2015
Look great but not so mighty
These magnets have a very slim profile and look great on the magnet board. I have a cat that likes to knock my magnets off the board and now he is not able to. However, they are not so mighty. The fall off easily when moving paper and are very difficult to get off the board but are still strong enough to hold paper up without any issues.
May 11, 2014
not as mighty
I have the cube mighty magnets and I adore them. I got these also to try and see if they were just as strong with a thinner profile. Though they are alright magnets, they aren't nearly as strong as the original mighty magnets that are cubed, or round. I find them nice for my magnet board when I want that certain look, but they fall off if I move the paper, something the heavier magnets do not do. It would really be expected since it is less metal though. They are nice looking and as long as you are fine with being a bit more careful with them they are good.
November 13, 2013