This will teach you how to make a Magnet Bracelet,I gave this to my Dad for Father's Day, he liked it.

Step 1: Materials

You don't have to buy magnets that fit your wrist just half of it, I bought mine from K&J Magnetics. First measure your wrist with paper and mark it and measure it. (8 Magnets equall one inch, remember its better to buy more magnets to make it fit your wrist than buying exactly and not fitting. Then buy Item D24DIA(1/8" Dia. x 1/4" Thick), be careful there are many magnets that look that this kind and make sure it is Diametrically Magnetized. Their shipping is $7.00 for priority so buy the other stuff you want to take advantage at their flat rate. Their prices are cheap and I would recommend them!

Also you'll need some shrink tubing sized 3/16, And some of that rubber coated wire that ties the electronics, finally you'll need some wire.(Note the wire doesn't need to be fashionable or anything, its going to be covered up, and the rubber coated wire has to fit half of your wrist.

The third image you see was from K&J Magnetics.
hi, how are you dear ? thank you so much but how can i install than rule to each other ? pleas explain thank you again)
very good instuctable. it even gives the total cost of the bracelet. something a lot of instructables leave out. well done! <br>
it fits my title ha i'm northern magnet and my instructable is a e-tape bracelet ha its coming to me
I hope you told your dad not to wear this near hard-drives, floppy disks, audio tapes, CRT monitors, credit cards, etc ... ;o)
Yes I did but those are grade N42 I don't think that they will affect them from like 1 feet away.
if they were n50.. thats different! lol
it will only destroy a hard drive if he opens it and if he pushes them towards the disks. i had a little amount of magnets and iron balls, so i made a little gladiator of them (with a fururistic looking shield)
Very Cool! Great Instructable!

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