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Here at Guy's Magnets we are simply mad about magnets and have spent years sourcing from all over the world so we can offer you the widest range of products at the most competitive prices.

At Guy's Magnets we deal solely with permanent magnets so no electricity is required to use any of our magnets. We pride ourselves on supplying the highest quality products with quick service and quality packaging to give you the very best value for money. This, coupled with the breadth of products on offer, means we can provide a magnet for every need.

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SIMPLE FEATURE GUIDE

All Guy’s Magnets products include smple key feature icons, so you can find the right product quickly. It’s just another way Guy’s Magnets are making online purchasing more ‘attractive’.

Hi, Last year I bought 100 Strong Neodymium Block Magnets 5x5x2 mm NdFeB craft from you. I want to tell you how pleased I am with them. I used them to hold up the walls of my 12th scale church which was made of foam board and that means I can colapse it for carrying. Just great! It was featured in Dolls house magazine in this January (2012) edition.

Last week my Husband had to find a way to attach a union flag to a steam locomotive for the renaming (Britannia) yesterday. He couldn't think of a way but I thought I could fix in some of these little magnets. So I did sew four into the top hem of the flag and they worked so well that the loco crew who fixed it in place were so impressed that they will be using that idea next time. Fixing a flag to 'Tornado' was a lengthy business the other year.

So thanks for the magnets. Prince Charles found no difficulty in unveiling the nameplate and everyone was well chuffed.

The Yorkshire Post web site has a film (http://bit.ly/AyDzs9). Thanks

- J M Greenwood, Rugby