There’s nothing more to Stan Krzyzanowski’s video than a bunch of random metal objects being dropped one by one onto stacks of rare earth magnets, yet somehow it was compelling enough to hook us right from the start and make us watch all 99 seconds anyhow.
Drinkware with magnetic bottoms paired with an electromagnetic base, which allow them to hover. Choose from a cocktail mug, a beer mug, a coffee cup or a dessert cup. You can also just get the base in case you’re willing to attach magnets to your existing cups.
Magnetic boards made from planks and poles found along European and West Asian beaches, as indicated by the geographical coordinates branded on each board. Each board even comes with a photo taken when it was found.
Strong Like Bull’s BottleLoft is a magnetic strip that lets you maximize the space in your fridge. Each strip has a 3M adhesive and three neodymium magnets to let you hang bottles, jars and cans in your fridge’s shelves.
Nanodots’ orb-shaped playthings have a gyroscopic set of four neodymium magnets inside, which causes them to attract and repel, offering hours of distraction for fidgeters, and a fun educational science gizmo for kids.
This versatile and powerful magnetic hanger can hold up to 20 pounds, so you can feel confident hanging coats, backpacks, and most anything you’d like on metal surfaces. Our apologies in advance for the song at the end of the video.
Magwoods are small magnets with beautiful wood cases. The magnets are coated with rubber to improve their grip, while the wood cases have a notch where you can rest or prop up objects. Available in eight different hardwoods.