In 2016, a record 1.9 million British holidaymakers took an ocean cruise, travelling to all corners of the globe in search of sun, sea (obviously, being on a cruise) and sand. Final figures for 2017 are expected to show further growth in the cruising industry, with the average age of consumers continuing to fall year on year. In anticipation of your holiday at sea, you need to pack the essentials as well as the ‘just in case’ items, which can amount to a whole lot of luggage! Ask a friend... Read More
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Magnet Expert Ltd are delighted to have supported the BBC’s D.I.Y SOS on one of their recent projects in West Sussex. In early May 2017, D.I.Y SOS contacted the Magnet Expert team in regards to a home renovation they were working on. Upon hearing about the project, it’s safe to say we couldn’t wait to get involved. The home belonged to Amanda and her family, which was in desperate need of change following a tragic accident for Amanda. Here’s Amanda’s Story…
The festive spirit is in the air with decorations dawning our streets, Christmas songs on the radio and mince pies in the cupboard. Now, there are two people in this world. One half of the population thought ahead and did their Christmas shopping in October, beating the rush, having them all wrapped by December 1st. On the other hand, there’s me and you who has less than 10 days to get all of the presents bought, wrapped and delivered to our loved ones. But don’t panic, our gift guide has you... Read More
Behind the scenes at Magnet Expert Ltd, we’re always working on exciting projects that we can soon reveal to our customers. Today, we have a real humdinger! In recent months, we’ve been collaborating with Robot Wars’ very own competitor, Magnetar!
Magnet Expert Ltd are delighted to be supporting the Refugee Council in their efforts to educate children, who are seeking asylum in the UK. Over recent week, children of all ages have been attending the Refugee Council’s educational sessions, where they develop Maths and English skills through animation. Our magnets from First4Magnets.com, have been used within the sessions to help with the building and illustration of the animations. They have used our Fruity Skittle Magnets, Flexible A4 Magnetic Sheets and Magnetic Gridding Tape, as you can see below.
Welcome to the penultimate episode of our Experts’ Favourite Magnets series. It’s a sad day as we conclude our 5th and final post. Fortunately, we have Mr David Gault, the Head of Production at Magnet Expert, revealing his favourite magnet to us today! But before we get started, lets recap the last few weeks. We started off with Juan who was a big fan of the Feel Flux Skills! Then we moved onto the Head of Sales & Marketing, Mr Simon Elliott whose favourite magnet was the Neodymium Clamping Magnet with... Read More
Welcome to week 4 of our Experts’ Favourite Magnets series. Over the past few weeks, our experts have revealed their favourite magnets and how you can use them at home or at work. Sadly, we are nearing the end of our blog post series with only 2 experts left to reveal their magnets *crowd gasps* … but don’t be too downhearted, we’ll be back with more great content! Today, Nathan ‘Mason’ Wallace takes the time to tell us about his magnet of choice. In keeping with tradition, here’s a bit... Read More
The kick-off to the Premier League is only days away and the excitement is building among football enthusiasts. The fixtures come around thick and fast as people go through the highs and lows with their beloved team. Away from the pitch itself, fans are eagerly preparing their Fantasy Premier League teams and the Magnet Expert Ltd staff are no different! Several members of the team have drafted up their squads in the hope of reigning superior in the ‘Magnet Expert Fantasy Football League’. The best of luck to all! Being experts in magnetics, we... Read More
When you think about the many applications that First4Magnets’ Neodymium Magnets can be used for, the first thing that comes to mind might not be levitation. However, as you can see below, that’s exactly what the creative guys over at the Tonbridge School Physics Department have used them for!