The 575lb magnet fishing bundle is idea for retrieving items from underwater and other locations. The high density double sided neodymium fishing magnet has a bolt for attaching rope that allows it to be pulled and withstand up to 575 pounds of pressure. The diameter is also small enough to allow for placement in tight areas that would otherwise be unreachable by hand or with other tools. Because this is a bundle, everything that is needed to use the magnet for underwater metal detecting is included in the same package.
Bundles come with an insulated case, braided nylon ropes, threadlocker to attach the magnet to the rope, gloves and a carabiner. The case is also waterproof to prevent damage or corrosion to the materials inside.
This set allows both veteran and novice magnet fishers to begin right away after everything is unpacked.
Magnet Specifications (Choose One):
Dimensions: 3.54” x .70”
Hole Diameter: .39” (10mm)
Material: NdFeB Magnet + A3 Steel Plate
Pulling Force: 500 lbs
Double Braided Nylon Rope Specifications:
Double Braided Nylon
1,300 lb Breaking Strength
1/4" diameter (6mm)
8 inner strands
Rot and UV Fading Resistant
Not suitable for climbing
High quality carabiner rated to 5,600 lbs
Outside Dimensions: 10.50" x 9.50" x 5.00"
Inside Dimensions: 9.50" x 7.00" x 3.00"
Black high impact polypropylene plastic
IP 67 Waterproof Rating
Includes knob with O-ring for manual pressure adjustment
Two draw latches ensuring a tight seal
Two padlock holes for additional security
Holds one 575 lb (3.54") magnet
- Quick Look High performance Brute Magnetics magnet fishing bundle has a bolt for attaching pulling rope and withstands up to 575 pounds of pressure.
- SKU 24-BB75CSRB
- Manufacturer SKU BB-75CSR-B
- Manufacturer Brute Magnetics
- Product Type Magnets
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Posted On: 12/14/2020 By: Carol Kunde
Q: Which magnet bundle would be a good choice for an 82 yr. old woman who does not have a lot of arm strength to retrieve large/heavy metal objects? When in my 50s, I used to free-dive to search for lost items in streams and lakes - but do not feel adequate to do so lately. I'd appreciate any advice you are willing to share.A: You can check out the Brute Junior Kit. It is a 300lb magnet and will find you a ton of things without worrying about those object that are really big.
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