Magnets are used to hold the bath panel in place so that in the event of a leak, it can be removed quickly without damaging the décor. Magnets are fitted to the bath frame and steel discs are fitted onto the bath panel. Good magnets for this are F4MG50 pot magnets and steel discs
When fitting spotlights in the ceiling our F999N magnet can be used to find the positions of the wooden beams by attracting to the steel clout nails which are used to fix the plasterboard to the beams. Naturally nails are only present above the beams, so they can be accurately located to avoid accidentially drilling a hole over a beam.
Many items of jewellery utilise small neodymium magnets in their clasps to make unfastening them easier. The clasps can release if excessive force is applied and this saved breaking a necklace which has become snagged on something accidentally.
Computer screen magnets were used to focus the pictures on older CRT computer displays but these are not needed on LED flat panel screens. Older CRT computer screens could be damaged if magnets were brought too close to them
Smart Phones – use small magnets to interact with a coil of wire to create the vibrate function. Without magnets they would not vibrate. Blackberry phones often have a magnet in their protective pouch which tells the phone to sleep when it is returned inside the pouch.