0kg - 0.5kg
As a leading New Zealand magnet supplier, we pride ourselves on having the best quality products and the most diverse range of magnets from micro magnets to industrial magnets. Like most magnet suppliers, AMF has an extensive range of Neodymium magnets. These powerful magnets pack a punch even in mini magnet form. Whether you are looking for a disc magnet, a block magnet or any other shape, we will surely have what you need. For your convenience we have grouped our magnets by pull strength, this category covers the magnets with a 0 - 0.5kg strength.
0kg - 0.5kg
Small magnets come down to the finest of measures. If you are looking for something bespoke then why not get in touch with us to discuss custom magnets. Our team has years of experience in sourcing magnets; working with factories to ensure orders are made on time and to the highest standard.
We visit with our factory partners numerous times a year and enjoy a trusting and collaborative relationship. If you would like to find out more about ordering custom mini magnets please get in touch with our team today. We can get an obligation free quote to you within a few days.
Small Neodymium magnets
Neodymium magnets have taken over the lion’s share of the magnet market these days, and for good reason. Even the smallest micro magnet packs a punch when compared with Ferrite or Alnico magnets. Rare Earth magnets are capable of achieving a surprisingly strong magnet hold even in tiny magnet form. This makes them ideal for applications that require the magnet to be concealed within an object. Magnets have become common to find in a product’s clasp, lid or fabric closure.
We specialise in Neodymium magnets and our range includes grades from N35 through to N52 (the most powerful magnet grade). Neodymium magnets generally have a relatively low heat tolerance compared to other permanent magnets. However, some specialist grades of magnets enable the Neodymium magnet to remain operational in temperatures up to 200°C.
These high temperature grades are particularly popular for small magnets. Mini magnets are often used in applications that require their compact form. Alternative magnets like Ferrite or Samarium Cobalt have higher temperature ranges. Unfortunately, they are magnetically weaker and require a larger sized magnet to achieve a similar holding power.
Why shop with AMF?
In the world of online shopping, it can be difficult to find the balance of convenience coupled with detailed product information. It can be enticing to shop at retail stores like Officeworks, Bunnings or Amazon. It can be appealing for many customers to be able to physically inspect products that are not possible when purchasing online. Unfortunately, these stores have very limited ranges and at times lack the quality or customer service desired.
Here at AMF, we do our best to provide a first-class online purchasing experience. Each product page includes in-depth specifications, we also have countless FAQ and Knowledge Base articles to assist you. Our friendly customer service team is available to answer all your email and phone enquiries.
When you are searching for “magnets near me” we have you covered. We ship to the furthest tip of New Zealand with a range of delivery partners. We also pack orders as soon as they arrive as we hold a huge stock of magnets in our warehouse. If a product is in stock on the website you can be confident this product is available to ship to you immediately.
Best uses for small magnets?
Small magnets have endless uses and are extremely versatile. Generally speaking, their applications fall into two main categories. A concealed means of magnetic adhesion or as a component part in small electronic products.
The design has become increasingly simplistic and minimal in recent decades leaving little room for clunky clips, zips, clasps and buttons. These days designers often turn to magnets for a hidden means of closing or attaching items. Allowing them to find a practical solution without the need to compromise the design visually. A huge variety of products incorporate micro magnets in their mechanical and electronic processes. Speakers, motors, cordless power tools, phones, the list goes on and on.
Where can I buy small magnets?
Unlike brick and mortar stores, AMF is available 24/7. You can shop online with the convenience of a click, knowing you will receive free standard shipping for orders over $30. If you require assistance our team is available on the phone or email to answer any question you may have. We’ve also put together an extensive collection of FAQs to help give you all the information at your fingertips.
Magnafix with 3M Adhesive - 12.5mm x 1.6mm x 30m ROLL | PART A
Pull Force: 50 g/cm²
Neodymium Disc Magnet - 3mm x 1mm | N45
Pull Force: 117 GR
Neodymium Disc Magnet - 2mm x 1mm | N45
Pull Force: 58 gr
Neodymium Disc Magnet - 2mm x 1mm | N48
Pull Force: 63 gr
Self-Adhesive Neodymium Disc Magnets - 10mm x 1mm | SOLD PER PAIR
Pull Force: 0.47 kg
Neodymium Disc Magnet - 6mm x 2mm | N35 | Diametrically Magnetised
Pull Force: 0.500kg
Neodymium Disc Magnet - 5mm x 1mm | N50
Pull Force: 0.359 kg
Magnafix with 3M Adhesive - 12.5mm x 1.6mm x 30m ROLL | PART B
Pull Force: 50 g/cm²
Neodymium Disc Magnet - 3mm x 2mm
Pull Force: .200 kg