deals20 x strong neodymium n35 disc rare earth magnets…

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this is a great price for these magnets! bought 200 for about $13, used coupon code 2USD to get $2 taken off my order (must be $10+). and free shipping! can't wait to play with these :)

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also in larger qty (40, 100 pcs) for cheaper per-piece price, and still free shipping.

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I ordered 2x20 + 1x100 for $8.54 after the 2USD code.

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Has anyone ordered from this site before? I would hate to order from them and have horrible stuff happen to my info...

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I second @lordofall200's question... I bought similar magnets at dealextreme a few years ago, and the coating just flaked off after a while.
Does anyone know how long it take to receive these?

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These are not food.... Just in case.

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@lordofall200: I ordered from them around Christmas. Don't expect to get your item any time soon, but my identity didn't seem to be stolen and no one is buying stuff with my credit card...

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From their shipping page: We airmail directly from Hong Kong, China. You may (or may not) have to pay import duties to your local customs. It is your responsibility to check any restrictions or duties with them before you place the order. Generally speaking, you do not need to pay import duties for low-value orders.

It says generally you do not have to worry on "low value" orders, but I have been charged pennies worth of duty on items before. I also was looking about a year ago for neodymium magnets and remember researching that they do in fact have an import duty applied to them (on paper at least).

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@tbster2001: The coating is an aesthetic feature anyway. I have also ordered similar magnets to these, they also shatter if you let them stick/click against eachother hard. But this is more a weakness of the material and not so much a manufacturing defect I think. I believe the solution is to get a different coating. I know they offer different coatings like epoxy vs nickel (in my experience the cheaper is nickel, which is what these are).

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Looks like wooters depleted their stock. It's currently listed as out of stock.

I have bought from them before. Takes a while to arrive, but they are open about that. I know others who have ordered from them as well. No one I know has had any issue with their credit cards from this site.

For the people saying they ordered larger quantities to get a better price, can you provide a link? The site doesn't find anything like these (not even this listing) on any sort of search I'm doing, even if I just use magnets as the search term.

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Not a great deal.
Order them from the States and get faster shipping, better quality and massive selection.

http://www.kjmagnetics.com