Small Round Neodymium Single Pole Magnet With PVC D10-D25mm

Basic Information
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: YYMAG
Certification: ISO / REACH / SGS
Model Number: Magnet+PVC
Minimum Order Quantity: 1pc
Price: US$0.01-0.5/pc
Packaging Details: Standard export packing according to your requirement
Delivery Time: 5-8days
Payment Terms: L/C, D/A, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram, Paypal
Supply Ability: 100000pcs per month
Detail Information
Name: Small Round Sew-in-magnet Neodymium Magnet With PVC Size: D10-D25mm
Lead Time: 7 Days Sample: Available
Type: Permanent Neodymium Magnet Shape: Disc
Density: 7.45g/mm3 HS Code: 85051110
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Product Description

Small Round Sew-In-Magnet Neodymium Single Pole Magnet With PVC

small round sew-in-magnet neodymium magnet with PVC


Size Application (For your referance)
Dia.10-15mm Thickness 0.5-2mm Suitable for neck lining, thin clothes and shoes.
Dia.17-21mm Thickness 2-2.5mm Suitable for spring and autumn tops, sweaters, woolen jackets, denim jackets, dress curtains, handbags, etc.
Dia.20-25mm Thickness 2-3mm Suitable for winter coats, down jackets, bags, backpacks, etc.



At first, you may think magnets have very little to do with fashion. However, some clothes may use button magnets or magnetic clasps for interchangeability or to help those with limited hand mobility easily fasten and unfasten garments. Believe it or not, there are several companies that specifically design clothing with magnetic buttons to help those with Parkinson’s, arthritis and other similar ailments. Magnetic clasps are useful because they are virtually effortless to open and close but can still maintain a secure, magnetic hold.


You can use them in pockets, collar stays, and regular shirt or coat buttons, but just remember to make sure that the type of magnet that you use will not be harmful to technology like phones or pacemakers.


If you want to sew some magnetic clasps into your own clothing here are a few tips and how-tos:



Disc magnets

Felt or square fabric cover

Sewing kit


Clothing item


Tips for Sewing Magnets


If you are sewing magnets into clothes, then you’ll need a magnet cover. A cover helps to prevent the magnet from breaking or shattering and it makes sewing possible. There are some specially design sewing magnets that come with this or you can create your own by taking a square fabric cover and sewing a magnet inside. For extra security, you can use fusible interfacing too.


Now that you have created covers for your magnets, it is time to sew them into your clothing. If you are using them in a pocket, then create a slit on the underside of the pocket flap so that there is a space to drop in the magnetic closure and sew it in place. Then on the other side of the pocket, where it will fasten, sew in another magnet. But, remember to be sure that the two magnet sides facing each other have opposites poles, because opposites attract. You can be sure to do this by indicating what side is north and south by marking a south (S) or a north (N) to the magnet covers.


Buttons can be a bit trickier, because there are usually more of them. However, you can follow the same idea with buttons. You may want to use smaller magnets or a thicker fabric, depending on where the buttons are placed on the piece of clothing.


These are just a few, general tips to use when sewing magnets into clothing. But, we know that some magnet projects can be very specific. So, if you are working on a project with magnets and have questions about which ones to use and how, don’t hesitate to contact us for assistance!



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1. Is it OK to print my logo on magnet product or package?
Yes. Please inform us formally before our production and confirm the design firstly based on our sample.


2. How does the magnet grade and magnet dimensions affects the Gauss Level of magnets?
Same magnet size, higher grade with higher gauss;
Same magnet grade, same surface area, the thicker, the higher gauss;
Same magnet grade, same thickness, larger surface area with lower gauss;


3. What does pulling force mean?
Pulling force is a measure of magnetic strength. It is the amount of force required to remove a magnet parallel to a solid
magnetic surface, such as a steel plate.


4. If I stick two neodymium magnets together, does their strength double?
No. It will a little smaller. For example, two magnets rated with a individual pulling force of 50 lbs will have a combined pulling force of 90 lbs when stick together.


5. Do neodymium magnets lose strength over time?
They don’t naturally lose any strength and will keep the strength permanently in the normal conditions, unless meet the high temperature over 80 degrees Celsius(℃), and then will lose the strength gradually.


6. What materials do magnets attract?
Ferromagnetic materials are strongly attracted by a magnetic force. The elements iron (Fe), nickel (Ni), and cobalt (Co) are the most commonly available elements. Steel is ferromagnetic because it is an alloy of iron and other metals.


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a) We keep good quality and competitive price to ensure our customers benefit ;
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