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November 17, 2011

Refrigerator magnet with integrated carabiner holds 35 pounds


Why you'd want to put 35 pounds worth of stuff on your fridge is beyond me but it's a big world.

From the website:


Super-powerful 1-inch-diameter neodymium magnet base with handy carabiner snap hook adheres to any ferrous metal surface with up to 35 pounds of force.

1.8" x 0.9" rust-proof anodized aluminum carabiner with spring-loaded gate is great for keys.




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This is so when you come home from the grocery store, you can hang the hook of the bag(s) up there and easily unload without having to put the bag on the counter (which for me, inevitably means spilling the contents across the counter), or move back and forth from where the groceries are to the fridge door.

Posted by: EEJ | Nov 19, 2011 7:55:59 PM

It's cheaper than a baby swing?

Posted by: Becs | Nov 17, 2011 5:34:10 PM

I use magnetic "eye hooks" from http://www.kjmagnetics.com/ to suspend two Hummingbird feeders and a Finch feeder from different sections of the frames for the awnings over my 2nd floor living room windows. No damage to frame or awning (weak frame and/or awning + Santa Ana winds = bad) and boids love them.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Nov 17, 2011 10:17:48 AM

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