50x 6mm x 3mm Neodymium Magnets. These magnets will fit both our modular Dungeon System and our Modular Gaming tiles. (Scroll down for a video showing how to easily make sure you magnets have the correct polarity to work with any piece in your collection)
Magnets can be potentially dangerous, and as such need to be handled with care. Magnets, particularly Neodymium magnets can be more powerful than people expect. There are several factors that need to be considered when purchasing and working with magnets. Please consider these safety concerns before purchasing magnets.
Children: KEEP MAGNETS OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Magnets are a swallowing hazard and can pose a safety risk to young children. All experiments or handling of magnets by older children should be thoroughly supervised by an Adult.
Protective Gear: Always wear proper safety equipment, including protective eyewear, when handling large magnets. Magnets can attract other magnets or metal objects in your surroundings which can cause serious injury.
Be careful when handling magnets to avoid getting your fingers caught.
Handling: Avoid snapping or smashing your magnets together, with other magnets or with metal as they may chip or break.
Personal Items: Magnets with a strong magnetic field may cause permanent damage to credit cards, computer hard drives, watches, TVs, data storage and other electronic devices and objects.
Operating Temperatures: Temperatures over 80°c (176°f) can cause Neodymium magnets to demagnatise.
Pacemakers: People with pacemakers should avoid handling magnets.
Storing Magnets: Storing and using magnets of different materials may cause demagnetisation of your magnets.
For example, storing Neodymium magnets alongside Ferrite magnets may cause your magnets to lose their magnetism.