Quartet Metallic MagnetsDry Erase Board Accessories
6, 6 Triangle, Square - Magnetic - 0.33" Height x 1" Width x 1" Depth - Silver, Graphite - Magnet - 12 / Pack - View Complete Details
Product Number: QRT1250
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Note: Must buy in quantities of 144 starting at 144.
Estimated Delivery 10 business day(s) - Mon 3/13 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery. 10 business days - Mon 3/13 - The products will be shipped directly from the Manufacturer and will require additional time for delivery.
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Quartet Metallic Magnets - 12 large magnets in modern geometric shapes secure and enhance postings on any magnetic surfaces. Convenient, clear plastic storage box keeps magnets in one place. Sleek metallic finish complements any contemporary Envi™ronment. Set includes 6 silver triangles and 6 metallic graphite squares.
- Clear plastic storage container includes six each of silver triangles and metallic black squares.
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I've bought the the Quartet Infinity Magnetic Glass board and since I've read that not all magnets are compatible with this board I went straight to buy these... Guess what, they bearly stick to the board and start sliding down. I can't even put a piece of paper under it. What's the point of having 12 magnets that can bearly stick to the board? I'm very surprised that there is no Quality Assurance behind this product and specially since it's a very simple test... You throw them on the board and check if they stick strongly enough to it, right? To make it worst, these are not cheap. I will be asking for my money back and for sure will not recommend this product to anyone.
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Q:I am confused by the words "push pin". I am looking for magnets to hold poster(s) to a white board - what weight will these hold and is this the right product?Asked on 4/30/2014 by Meg from Walnut Creek California
A:Yes, magnetic push pins are called that because they have a function similar to push pins for bulletin boards.Answered on 5/1/2014 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.
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