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Are the countersunk and self-adhesive magnets paired equally north/south?

Most of our countersunk and self-adhesive magnets come in equally paired packs, enabling you to use them as attachments to other magnets if desired. The product detail page will specify whether the magnets come paired or not.

For pairing with steel discs or other plates, the north/south orientation of the countersunk hole or adhesive tape is not an issue as both the north and south pole will be equally attracted to steel surfaces.


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