Countersunk magnets are designed to be screwed into place so the screwhead is flush with the magnet. The size of the countersunk hole is often measured as the diameter of the smallest hole. Uses for countersunk magnets are almost endless, but the most common applications for countersunk magnets include general DIY, woodworking, magnetic lock mechanisms, magnetic clasps and retail displays.

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