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Shashibo Box
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Can you create more than 70 shapes?  Unlock the mystery of Shashibo! Each Shashibo is powered by 36 rare earth magnets. 1 cube transforms into over 70 shapes. Combine 2 or more Shashibos to build larger shapes and create more possibilities. Can you master...

$25.00
Tube of 20 Neodymium Magnets
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Our mighty 4mm cubic rare earth magnets are incredibly useful, mesmerizing to fiddle with, and a steal for only 5 bucks for a tube of 20. We had these custom manufactured to the highest magnetization the factory could concentrate into...

$5.00
Ferrofluid Display Cylinder
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Ferrofluid is an iron-based liquid that reacts in the presence of a magnetic field.   Comprised of nano-scale magnetic particles suspended in a transparent liquid, ferrofluid aligns itself to a magnetic field, making it easy to visualize the field. With this amazing magnetic...

$18.00
Campo del Cielo Meteorite
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These Campo del Cielo meteorites fell to Earth 4,000–5,000 years ago in  Argentina. They are estimate to be about 4.5 billion years old and likely formed during early development of our solar system. A great birthday gift for someone uncomfortable about...

$18.00$12.00
Magnetiser
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Anyone who’s worked with tiny screws knows how convenient a screwdriver with a magnetized tip can be. With this magnetizer, you can magnetize (or demagnetize) your own screwdrivers. This tool takes advantage of the magnetic moment. Think of each atom...

$8.00
Pole Detector
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This tool works on the same principle of a compass, but instead of aligning to Earth’s magnetic field, it was designed to align to smaller, more concentrated magnetic fields like your refrigerator magnets. It is important to know magnet’s polarity...

$11.00
Natural Garnet
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Garnets are a group of minerals highly valued as gemstones in jewelry as well as industrial abrasives. It is thought it may have been named after pomegranates due to its similar color, but garnets occur in virtually all colors. Blue...

$8.00$5.00
Lensatic Compass
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A compass is used to orient oneself using the Earth’s magnetic field. This lensatic compass, the type preferred by the military, are great for navigation and made to withstand the elements. There are a few differences from a basic compass....

$24.00
Cicada Magnet
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"SCREAMING INTENSIFIES" Cicadas are a superfamily, the Cicadoidea, of insects in the order Hemiptera (true bugs). They are in the suborder Auchenorrhyncha, along with smaller jumping bugs such as leafhoppers and froghoppers. The superfamily is divided into two families, Tettigarctidae, with two...

$4.00
Magnetic Stir Bar
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Length: .875" A stir bar is the magnetic bar placed within the liquid which provides the stirring action. The stir bar's motion is driven by another rotating magnet or assembly of electromagnets in the stirrer device, beneath the vessel containing...

$4.00
Small Magnetic Field Demonstrator
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This is a quick and clean way to visualize magnetic fields. The demonstrator is a transparent acrylic case that holds iron filings. When it is placed over a magnet, the field pattern can be viewed directly, or it can be...

$5.00
Bug Love Magnet
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Some people naturally love bugs, and so they observe and study them so that the rest of us don't have to. Dimensions 3.12" x 2"

$4.00
Insect Enthusiast Magnet
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When everyone scatters away from a scary looking bug, we all know that one person who dives right in to pick it up. This is for that person. By local artist Kayla Aryn.  2" Diameter

$3.50
Magnetic Viewing Film
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3x4" magnetic viewing film in rigid acrylic sleeve. Use it in the sleeve or take it out to wrap around curved magnets. This green sheet is used to see the invisible force fields of magnets. It is made of nickel flakes...

$12.00
Horseshoe Magnet
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You may have only seen horseshoe magnets in cartoons, but this invention was pivotal to the development of many modern devices, especially in telecommunications. William Sturgeon created the first horseshoe magnet in 1825, shortly after it was discovered that an...

$9.00
Large Magnetic Field Demonstrator
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This is a quick and clean way to visualize magnetic fields. The demonstrator is a transparent acrylic case that holds iron filings suspended in a fluid of mineral oil. When it is placed over a magnet, the field pattern can...

$29.95

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