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    Wukong Neodymium Magnets is a Supporting Vendor!

    TreasureNet.com would like to welcome Wukong Neodymium Magnets as our newest Supporting Vendor!

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    I went with Wukong, when l got my magnet and rope.
    I got their combined 1700 lb double sided magnet and 10.5 mm diameter 20 meter length rope.
    Both of them are well built and I'm happy with them.

    I did have one problem with the rope though. First time out the pin in the carabiner fell out and i could of lost my magnet. Luckily i didnt. The carabiners dont seem as quality as the rope and magnet. The rope itself is a beast though.

    I feel both of them were a good price and would buy again if I needed to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoinCidence View Post
    I went with Wukong, when l got my magnet and rope.
    I got their combined 1700 lb double sided magnet and 10.5 mm diameter 20 meter length rope.
    Both of them are well built and I'm happy with them.

    I did have one problem with the rope though. First time out the pin in the carabiner fell out and i could of lost my magnet. Luckily i didnt. The carabiners dont seem as quality as the rope and magnet. The rope itself is a beast though.

    I feel both of them were a good price and would buy again if I needed to.

    Hi, thanks for purchasing from Wukong and your feedback on it. Sorry for the problem wih the rope. We will let our quality control*department know it and try our best to improve it. Thanks you again and we would like to offer you a 40% off code to your next order from Wukong. Pls send email to amz888awr999@gmail.com if you need it. Thanks. Have a great day.
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    Oct 2013
    Illinois
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wukongmag View Post
    Hi, thanks for purchasing from Wukong and your feedback on it. Sorry for the problem wih the rope. We will let our quality control*department know it and try our best to improve it. Thanks you again and we would like to offer you a 40% off code to your next order from Wukong. Pls send email to amz888awr999@gmail.com if you need it. Thanks. Have a great day.

    Thank you!

    I’m really loving both the magnet and rope. The magnet works great for casting with the double sides and holds strong. The rope is stronger than I could ever need and the larger diameter allwoys me to get a good comfortable grip. I’ve pulled some heavy stuff out the mud including giant tree limbs I was snagged on.

    Earlier today I revisited a spot I worked last weekend. I pulled a bunch of rounds for an Ak 47 both times.
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    Oct 2013
    Illinois
    Garrett AT Pro Garrett Pro Pointer
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    22 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Is the 1146 lb. magnet the strongest that you guys produce?

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    Wow, that's a lot of ammunition you pulled up! I wonder what the story was that?

    Quote Originally Posted by CoinCidence View Post
    Thank you!

    I’m really loving both the magnet and rope. The magnet works great for casting with the double sides and holds strong. The rope is stronger than I could ever need and the larger diameter allwoys me to get a good comfortable grip. I’ve pulled some heavy stuff out the mud including giant tree limbs I was snagged on.

    Earlier today I revisited a spot I worked last weekend. I pulled a bunch of rounds for an Ak 47 both times.

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