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- 5-Piece N50 Neodymium Disc Magnets (3mm x 2mm) $0.92
- 20-Piece Super Strong Neodymium Magnets (4mm x5mm) $1.13
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Quote :High-powered magnet sets were found to be responsible for the death of a 19-month-old girl and, according to CPSC analysis, an estimated 2,900 emergency room-treated injuries between 2009 and 2013.
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Magnets manufactured or imported on or after the April 1, 2015 effective date must meet the new performance standard. Once the safety standard becomes effective, the manufacture, importation, distribution or sale of high-powered magnet sets that are subject to the federal standard and do not comply will be illegal.
Swallowing one magnet and letting it pass is considered safe. Swallowing additional magnets before the first has passed can result in injury.
For those who are not exclusively buying these to feed their children, we use magnets like these for a variety of industrial and product applications. i.e. reed switch based motion sensor, hall effect devices, motion based charge devices, and of course afixing components or containers to metal or other magnets. The wiki should not be filled exclusively with fear-mongering information. That said it is tragic that we have parents that are foolish/ignorant enough to let their children play with anything that can be swallowed - not a moderator
Im gonna start putting warnings to not let kids play with cars, drills, saws, and dildos and anything for sale thru this site as well. Even a gift card a child could choke on. Of course they arent toys. If you own some of the n52 you have to take them apart with either sheer brute force and luck or a tool. - Mr Shawn ALso everyone else please start putting your name in edits so we know who you are.
A simple warning could and should be provided, such as not to use these for normal household use i.e. refrigerator magnets. Keep out of reach of children, something along those lines. It isn't fear mongering to point out the danger of something someone might otherwise not be aware of. Or you could just fill up the wiki with useless snarky BS and underhanded comments.
Or passive aggressive ones.
There have been numerous cases of children ingesting neodymium magnets that have fallen out of toys. These are not your grandpappy's magnets. They are surprisingly strong for their size, and once ingested have little difficulty pinching through the intestines to another metal object in an adjacent intestine. This is unlike the weaker magnets most of us are accustomed to. -Iskander