Definitely keep away from any precision instrument, watched, direction compass which will affected by magnetic force., Definitely keep away from any precision instrument, watched, direction compass which will affected by magnetic force.
No, I came. I thought it was on the side of the purchased tool cabinet, but the side had a concave shape. I bought an iron plate and bought it, fixed it to the tool cabinet with glue, and attached a tray to it. There is no problem as a tool tray at all.
Hey ... what you bought is useless ... ... It is user-friendly as this is easy to use so we will use scratch prevention measures by yourself ... but there is no scratch prevention treatment at the magnet ... no, this product . I think it is usual to use it by pasting on the side of the tool box or cabinet ... ... If you use it as it is it will definitely have all the scratches hit by the magnet. Worrying about the price is not enough? Monotaro's Magnet Tray series is more attractive to that point.
I bought that it would not be a problem with things up to 10 kg in weight, but the magnet is a little weak feeling. Hisashi Hazu There are only two magnets. (I purchased a magnet hanger and it is quite weak from that consciousness because it is very firmly stopped with a full magnet.) When storing a little heavy tool such as a ratchet with a tool number of about 40% inserted When you release the hand, you fall off every tray, saying that it's like an acha, clearly saying that it is not useful if you put tools in all of these holes. It is very disappointing that you can store more magnet hangers