Here you can see how absurdly huge this magnet is.
The little thing in the front is a 1 euro coin.
It is not advisable to place the magnet flat on a metal surface without sliding something in between (e.g. a few layers of cardboard): Removal would be practically impossible.
The giant magnet comes in a protective styrofoam packaging, which is placed in a cardboard box.
We recommend to reuse the packaging for transportation and storage and not remove the warning sticker. This protects third parties who don't know what they are dealing with.
Attention: The box provides a certain protection from injuries, but it nevertheless attracts metal objects. So, don't put your finger in between when you put it down on a steel table and keep it away from electronic devices! And if you purchase two or more MONOLITHS, extra caution is required.
Again: This is a very dangerous magnet that can easily take off your fingertip!
If you drop it on a metal surface it will break into 1000 pieces and sharp splinters will fly around (protect eyes!).
This magnet is not suitable for magnet novices and needs to be handled with extreme caution and respect.
Please take this warning seriously.
Impression from the video shoot: The MONOLITH (black) in a headlock between metal beam and massive H-beam, ready for the endurance test.
First endurance test: Fausto is hanging from the magnet.
Ultimate endurance test: The MONOLITH even lifts up two women with no problem.
Do you know Kubrick's epic film "2001: A Space Odyssey" from the year 1968?
Then you know why we had to call this magnet MONOLITH
If not: Here is a scene from the film
. (If you are impatient, fast-forward to 3:40.)
We can't promise a mind-altering experience upon touching the magnet, however.
The MONOLITH in its epoxy coating is shimmery black.