MagneButton

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Reviews (4.3 out of 5 Grommets)

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Fell apart.

2/3/2015 by Karen

It fell apart before I had a chance to wear it.

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Came apart before I could wear it once.

2/2/2015 by Karen

Very poor glue job on one of the magnets. I went to wear it for the first time and one of the magnets came away form the button. It was very obvious that the glue job was done very bad. Just a small blob on one side of the magnet.

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Magne Button not a good value

2/2/2015 by Dianna

I don't think the value was worth the cost. The magnet popped off three times the first time I wore it - and it was only holding a polyester light weight wrap together in the front.

I would not purchase again. Sorry.

1

Strong but not strong enough.

1/14/2015 by SarahFunes

I generally forget that I'm wearing it so it falls off constantly then I have to pick it up. Definitely need them to be stronger!

1

Weak magnets

1/13/2015 by Isabel

Received this as a Christmas gift. Wore it once with a light weight scarf and lost the other half only after wearing for one hour. Very disappointing. How can i replace the missing half?

1

Not what I expected

12/24/2014 by michele

The magnet was not as strong as I thought it would be therefore I was disappointed in this item.

1

Buyer beware

12/20/2014 by Stephanie

Pretty, but it fell apart the first time I used it.

1

magnet fell out

12/18/2014 by Sophie

Dropped one side and magnet fell out. Considering that it's quite likely that this item will get dropped on the floor, it's really bad design not to have the magnet well secured to the decorative part. I don't even see how it was held in there in the first place--no glue that I can see.

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Not really

12/4/2014 by Maricel

Strong enough to,hold through FIVE LAYERS of thin cotton??!! The magnets might stay there if you don't move. I tried this on a relatively thin unlined jacket to close more snugly about an inch or so. Then I put on my coat. WhenI took my coat off the magnets slid to on side of my jacket. This may work well to anchor pashmina type shawls. The picture shown is interesting because a part of the magnets are probably touching directly, creating a stronger hold aided by stretchy material. "Preserving clothes" from what exactly?

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Wouldn't recommend

11/21/2014 by Barbara

I loved the idea. I even purchased two. Unfortunately, the button fell off several times and the last time I lost one of the pieces. I used it to hold a low neckline closed. I sincerely doubt it would hold five layers or heavier fabric.

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The MagneButton Story

MagneButton - Magnet Closure Accessory

Get It Together

Multiple layers of fabric are no match for MagneButton, a clever problem-solver that lets you style and fasten your clothes without damaging them. If you have a scarf that won’t stay put, a cardigan that keeps opening up, or a plain hat in need of some flair, the double-sided MagneButton is the perfect no-holes solution.

The creator, shop owner Christy Grierson, came up with the idea after listening to her customers complain about cardigans without closures. What they needed was a safety pin—but who wants to ruin a great look with a safety pin? Christy started tinkering with heavy-duty magnets
and adding embellishments to make them more fashionable. Her designs were an instant hit, ranging from classic, subtle patterns to more expressive, bold prints.

Christy’s simple yet hardworking accessory can help you pull your outfit together. . . literally.
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