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Tie Mags - Conversation Starter

Tie Mags - Conversation Starter

Made in the USA

Full Details

  • Made in the USA: CA and PA
  • Material: Silver- or gold-plated neodymium magnet (NdFeB)
  • Care: Do not allow Tie Mags to drop as they may crack or shatter (care instruction card included)
  • Tie Mags are not toys and are not meant for children
  • Strong magnet keeps your tie in place and will not fall off
  • Dimensions: 0.75" x 0.75" x 0.125"
  • Weight: 0.18 lb.
  • Warning: Do not use if wearing a pacemaker
Made in the USA


3.5 avg. (13 reviews)

Extremely good product
05/18/2018 by Susan
The magnet is really strong, holds in place even my heavier weight scarfs. Worth every penny.
WOW what a great magnet. And a wonderful look.
04/16/2018 by Christine
looks sharp.
seems like it would work fine
06/20/2016 by Carol
Bought it for my husband but he passed away before I could g ive it to him
It disappeared from my shirt and tie.
02/23/2016 by Steven
It disappeared from my shirt and tie. I must have been near some metal object. I wasn't wearing it when I got home. It looked great and worked great for 2 weeks. I guess you have to look for it whenever you move from one place to another.
Best ever
12/07/2015 by Gerald
I absolutely LOVE this product! It works like a charm and keeps my tie in place no matter what kind of activity I'm doing. Moreover, there is no damaging hole pierced in any of my silk ties. Great idea. Get one before the rest of the world finds out how great these things are!
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Tie Mags - Conversation Starter

Tie Mags keep your tie in place with industrial-strength magnets, and keep it looking pristine afterward. Magnetic force replaces pins that puncture, and clips that leave a mark. Even silk is safe.

Tie Mags

Tie Mags are simple, stylish magnetic tie clips, made with a high tech alloy that resists rust and corrosion. With industrial-strength magnetic force, Tie Mags keep your tie—or scarf, or cuffs, or other accessories—in place, without leaving a mark on your tie.

Maker Paul Robert Prusinowski's collection of nice, expensive ties was constantly at risk around food, coffee, and office supplies. But he didn’t want to poke holes in the silk or crease it with traditional tie pins and clips. He began experimenting with magnets to clasp a tie, and he designed Tie Mags to look as good as the tie they’re on.

So, don’t just keep your tie and accessories in place. Keep them intact, with Tie Mags. more Their Story