Geek Daily Deals Feb. 6, 2019: Half-Inch Magnetic Tape, 10 Feet for $8 Today!

Geek Daily Deals – Get 10 feet of 1/2″ magnetic tape for organization and craft projects for just $8 today!

Flexible Magnetic Strip – 1/2 Inch x 10 Feet Magnetic Tape with Strong Self Adhesive – Perfect Magnetic Roll for Craft and DIY Projects – Sticky Anisotropic Magnets:

  • BRAND X-bet MAGNET is the first leader in the craft magnets niche. Our Bestsellers have 1000+ excellent reviews. Now we have launched our own Magnetic Tape after the numerous requests of our customers. Longtime tests proved high quality & strength of our Magnetic Sheet – Magnetic Tape.
  • PREMIUM Quality Material with Long Lasting Anisotropic Magnet! Magnetic Roll: 1/2-Inch x 10 Feet.
  • STRONG, DURABLE & FLEXIBLE Magnetic Strip with 675 Gauss – Ideal holding power. STRONG TESA ADHESIVE BACKING – Stronger than most brands out there!
  • EASY TO CUT AND INSTALL magnetic stickers. Sticky magnet side does not leave any mark. Adhesive on one side, flexible magnet on the other – sticks great on plastic, metal, concrete, tiles and more. Can be used in totally different fields: Education, Science, Kitchen & House, Office, Building, Creativity & Craft and so on. Perfect for any DIY projects!
  • We give FREE BONUS and 30 Days money back GUARANTEE.

Get a roll today for just $8!

 

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This post was last modified on February 7, 2019 9:57 am

Ken Denmead: @https://twitter.com/kendenmead Ken is a husband and father from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as civil engineer. He became the Publisher of GeekDad in 2007, and the owner in 2010. He also wrote the NYT bestselling GeekDad series of project books for parents and kids to share.