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In the beginning prehistoric man invented what we now call a wheel.

Thales, who lived from about 625 BC to about 545 BC, is credited with being first to study magnetism.
A few thousands years later André Michelin invented world’s first pneumatic tire in 1895. pneumatic tire
Three years later Schrader patented his tire valve with cap using a replaceable core in 1898. schrader valve
Then In 1977 Rob Janoff who worked for Regis McKenna designed logo for Apple Computer. apple logo

And now 5,323 years after it all began you can be a part of history with World’s first

Valve Cap Magnet With Logo or Ornamental Stone

Patent pending available for sale or license.  Issue date sometime in 2008. JMBM

Valve Cap Magnet with Logo easily sticks to any metal service like a refrigerator. 

Functionality.   Patent pending Valve Cap Magnet with advertising/personalized logo enabling it to stick to most any metal surface.

Demographics.  Anyone who wants to adhere a non adhesive backed note or picture
and identifies with image on valve cap.

Construction. Valve Cap Magnet with logo is machined from 6061T6 aircraft Aluminum in your choice of polished chrome, black nickel or bright brass.  Logo is nearly 7/16" (0.4375) in diameter with a cap height of 1/2" (0.5000).  Ask about personalized logos using your *.jpg or 300 dpi *.tif image artwork.  Logo setup is free however additional shipping time is 4-5 days.
Click Pen Using Tire Valve Stem Cap or Crucifix magnet with domed image.  
Email or call 310 928 6121 for Valve Stem Cap Magnet Logo help using your image. Free pen sample to any Fortune 1000 company.

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Neodymium Magnet Safety
The neodymium magnets we sell are extremely strong, and must be handled with care to avoid personal injury and damage to the magnets. Fingers and other body parts can get severely pinched between two attracting magnets. Neodymium magnets are brittle, and can peel, crack or shatter if allowed to slam together. Eye protection should be worn when handling these magnets, because shattering magnets can launch pieces at great speeds.

The strong magnetic fields of neodymium magnets can also damage magnetic media such as floppy disks, credit cards, magnetic I.D. cards, cassette tapes, video tapes or other such devices. They can also damage televisions, VCRs, computer monitors and other CRT displays. Never place neodymium magnets near electronic appliances.
Children should not be allowed to handle neodymium magnets as they can be dangerous.  Small magnets pose a choking hazard and should never be swallowed or inserted into any part of the body.

Never allow neodymium magnets near a person with a pacemaker or similar medical aid. The strong magnetic fields of the magnet can affect the operation of such devices.
Neodymium magnets are brittle and prone to chipping and cracking. They do not take kindly to machining.

Neodymium magnets will lose their magnetic properties if heated above 175° F (80° C).
Neodymium magnets should never be burned, as burning them will create toxic fumes.
Like any tool or toy, neodymium magnets can be fun and useful, but must always be treated with care.

The ones larger than 1/4" are NOT FOR UNSUPERVISED CHILDREN!

NEW DANGER: swallowed magnets can cause lethal stomach problems.

NOTE: Site is subject to being removed on request of patent assignee.