The magnets are potentially dangerous goods and are not toys. Swallowed magnets can cause serious internal damage. The product should be used under adult supervision and kept out of the reach of children.
Use of magnets:
The magnets lose their strength during hard shocks. Therefore, make sure that you do not drop the magnets on the floor or expose them to other violence. The magnets have positive and negative poles, so make sure you mount them in the right direction to achieve the desired effect.
Below you can see many magnets you need to buy to magnetize cubes of different sizes.
|Cube size||Number of magnets|
Since you must have double magnets in a 2×2, we recommend that you choose weaker magnets.
On larger cubes, such as 4×4, it is popular to have weaker magnets on inner layers than outer layers.
Questions and Answers
1. How does this scale compare to N35 magnets?
– Our N50 4×1.5 mm magnets correspond to N35 magnets in size 4x2mm.
2. What strength do you recommend?
– For a 3×3 cube, we recommend strong magnets, ie 4x2mm. If you know that you prefer slightly weaker magnets, you can choose 4×1.5mm. In 2×2 we recommend 4x1mm, and in 4×4 we recommend 4x2mm in outer layers and 4×1.5mm in inner layers.