Magneto Shelves by Henry Julier

These shelves can be adhered to any magnetic surface. Each shelf contains between one and three neodymium magnets, which are very powerful and allow for a strong connection to your fridge or whiteboard. Simple, modular, useful.

Designer: Henry Julier

12 Comments

  • jeremiha says:

    if tis srong enough to hold certain amount of weight
    how do you pull it off the wall?

  • carl says:

    this is brilliant because everyone’s walls are made of steel right?

    so you have to build steel walls where u want to use this?

    There is no cross brace underneath it so any item of weight will cause it to tip down.

    This is such a bad idea. Perhaps Yanko could have a most useless section. id vote for this..

    • Dan says:

      Okay, just cause you don’t have any creativity or imagination in terms of how to apply this product to real life doesn’t mean no one else does. Most homes have a fridge or other appliance, which is made of metal. Some homes have workshops with metal equipment. Other people have offices that have filing cabinets and magnetic whiteboards. These would attach to any of those surfaces.

      ALSO, the shelf’s ability to hold an object depends purely on the weight of that object. EVERY shelf has a point at which it can no longer hold up. The designer said it uses special, super power magnets (like earth magnets) to adhere to the surface. Those are some pretty damn strong magnets.

      Think next time you’re about to comment and put down someone else’s design as “useless”

    • RWR says:

      Perhaps you could educate yourself before you write. Take a trip to home depot. It’s an adult playground:)

  • Oyunlar says:

    great shelves thanks.

  • quarktasche says:

    yeah right. And the things on the shelves wouldn’t fall off if you open the fridge door.

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