58mm badge components (ND magnet & spring clip) makes 50 badges

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  • 58mm badge components (ND magnet & spring clip) makes 50 badges
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    This is the button kit with all you need to make your magnetic back clip badges with your badge machine.

    We do supply a standard magnet back badge, we sell them as fridge magnets and they are used as whiteboard magnets, but when you put too much paper underneath them they don't tend to hold very securely!

    This badge has a very clever clip attached to the back and it allows you the benefit of adding very thick objects to the badge without separating the magnet from your whiteboard surface, or fridge surface!

    It is worth noting that this magnet is ideal for thick whiteboard documents that would normally fall off because the magnet is separated from the whiteboard by the thick material. This design avoids this problem by keeping the ND magnet in contact with the surface.

    This badge would also make the ideal fridge magnet.

    All you need to add is the paper circle with your artwork!

     neodymium magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnet commercially available

    Update: we've seen quite a few of these used in restaurants to securely hold the orders as they are being cooked (the food, not the badges!).

    We've had other feedback of these being used for delivery notes, and the badges are actually printed with the days of the week, or the areas of delivery.

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    SKU 114
    EAN 0793588728618
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