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Trying to find a place to buy neodymium (rare earth) disc magnets, under 1/8th (1-2mm) in size, in the United States. Everything I can find seems to be either too large (1/8th and bigger) or from China with 3 week shipping times.

I'm using them on infantry so they need to be 2mm in diameter or smaller (1/10th inch or smaller in diameter).

Found some that may work if anyone else is looking.
ZillionsOf's Ebay Store.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/100-Neodymiu...item2c6aa17391
Guy here in Michigan says he's ordered from several times with no problems.

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thats in the UK, he wants a US supplier , otherwise i would have offered my services as i sell 2mmx1mm.



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Ill post some links for anyone else looking for a US supplier that's got good reviews from other wargames players when I find them.

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I did post a US supplier. The same one I always use. That would be the link that was included.
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I was looking for reputable recommendations and first hand reviews[rudeness removed]. Got some off my state gaming group on facebook, will put them in the original post.

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Well maybe if you want a write up/recommendation you should ask for that, your original post asks for a US supplier, not a review of the store.

KJ is one of the top REM sellers in the US, something else you kind find out with a quick search. Also I mentioned I have purchased from them several times, not something I would do if they sucked.

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