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Subject: Re: Note of a new neodymium magnet seller
From: John or Jan Lahr johnjan@........
Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2003 08:50:00 -0700
Hi Meredith L. and John Bauer,
I've added Meredith's message to my "sources of magnets" page:
Let me know if that's OK with both of you. And, John, thanks
for the excellent service you've provided to Meredith. I hope you
are very successful with you business, as there is a lot of
interest in strong magnets by the amateur scientist community.
At 12:25 AM 3/16/2003, you wrote:
>If you've always been wanting a certain size very strong
>gauss N45 magnet for you project, I would recommend this
>seller to email write too:
>His name is John Bauer. He currently sells mostly N45 grade
>magnets on E-Bay, under the handle of "thugdaddy1". His
>E-Bay record thus far is unblemished, with no complaints.
>The N45 grade magnets are the strongest gauss usually sold
>commercially. N45 grade magnets are alittle physically
>frailer than lesser grade magnets, so extra care should be
>exercised in their handling.
>He will commendably followup and follow through on special
>order magnets sizes that are either as exactly requested, or
>as near to such as possible. I have done so, and got excellent
>fast response and very reasonable prices on acouple sizes I wanted,
>for projects here. Both orders were for 20 pieces of each size.
>Be sure to denote the polarity orientation along with size/s.
>The orders take ~2-4 weeks to be made and delivered. The
>magnets are were very well packed for shipment. John can
>ship anywhere as long as their is a shipping company or postal
>system to deliver.
>John is very good to work with, and he does really want the
>small quanity business. I've no affiliation with John; but it
>is sure REAL nice to have a source to go to for those special
>size magnets one wants.
>Take care, Meredith
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