Most of my life is on my refrigerator door--or occasionally under it when one of my fridge clips gives way. I know I need refrigerator magnets with the ability to hold everything, up to and including those kitchen gadgets I can't fit into my drawers. The magnets used in Endo are able to handle everything I want to keep on my fridge--even heavy spoons. Endo Magnets are solid: they are one mass of neodymium, silicone and steel that attaches to your fridge. There are no springs, coils or moving parts for fingers to get caught in, yet Endo clips items to the front of your refrigerator and releases with one push of your finger. The strength of an Endo Magnet is impressive--it can hold an iPod in place for some kitchen tunes, with no worry of dropping an expensive item. The Endo can hold 20 pages to any magnetic surface and, if it gets dirty, you can run it through the dishwasher. These magnets come in a wide variety of colors. They're available in three packs, ranging in price from $9.99 to $11.99, depending on color. You can also place bulk orders of 25 for $74.99.
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