When will pre-orders ship?
Pre-orders will ship by the end of August. There's a good chance they'll ship out even sooner!
If you're ordering from outside the U.S. your order will be shipped out in August but shipping time could take a few weeks. Sorry, this is totally out of our control.
What materials are used to build MagMaster Pro?
Milled aluminum frame, Neodymium N52 magnet cased in a TPU (hard rubbery plastic) cap, and a steel spring belt clip.
What size belts will MagMaster Pro fit on?
The MagMaster Pro belt clip fits belts up to 1.75" (45mm) wide.
Can I get MagMaster Pro in XL (2.25" belt clip) size?
XL MagMaster Pros are still in development and will most likely be available later this year.
Will the original MagMaster still be available?
Yes, this is the Pro model not a V2. The MagMaster Pro will be available along side the original MagMaster.. for now.
Will MagMaster wipe my phone?
No. Modern Smartphones have solid-state memory that is not affected by magnets. The compass in some phones could be affected when the magnet is pressed against it. If this is a concern for you we recommend you simply don’t keep your magnet and phone in direct continuous contact (like in the same pocket).
Will MagMaster destroy my credit cards?
Possibly. If you rub the magnet directly on the magnetic credit card stripes you could damage your cards. Avoid putting the magnet in the same pocket as your wallet.
What if my MagMaster collects metal debris/dust?
MagMaster will collect metal dust. Some people use it specifically for this when cleaning up. Metal dust can be blown off with an air compressor, wiped off with a rag, or removed with duck tape.
My one concern as a welder is the metal shavings it would pick up, but once every couple of days a quick blow-off with the air hose cleans it perfectly. -Wyatt M.
Will MagMaster scuff my tools?
MagMaster has a hard rubber cover to protect the magnet and your tools. Under regular use, you’re unlikely to get any scuff marks.
Can I use MagMaster while working overhead?
While MagMaster is an extremely strong magnet it is a passive retention device, meaning it may release heavy objects. Caution should be used when retaining heavy tools while working overhead. Always tether!
Tell me more about this super magnet?
There are other belt magnets out there, but we went to great lengths to find a massive N52 Neodynmium magnet that's 3/16in thick and over an inch in diameter. It's backed up by a solid steel plate to focus the magnetic power so that the rated pulling power for this thing is over 10lbs. It can easily hold a large pipe wrench or a 22oz framing hammer.