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About Magna-Clip with Coil Lanyard & Brass Clip

We always need to attach more stuff to our equipment to free up our hands when we need them. Lanyards for lights, cameras, gauges, game bags, or maybe even a fish stringer when spear fishing. Having a few spare clips in your gear bag is a must for the serious diver.

With Traylon High Energy Magnets, the Magna-Clip magnetically connects and disconnects one handed. It holds up to 4 lbs (1.8 kg) of weight. It's easy to connect and easy to release. High strength stretch coils provide up to 36" (91.4 cm) connected security to consoles, slates, cameras, laser pointers, small lights, fish cards, gauges and more. Clip is a Corrosion Resistant, Marine Grade Brass Spring Loaded 360° Swivel Gate Clip for attachment to BCD D-Ring and Lanyard Loop end to attach to Accessory. Magna-Clip keeps your accessory or gauge console and the environment protected from damage and close at hand. Magna-Clip with Coil Lanyard & Brass Clip make a great Save-a-Dive Kit Item.

Caution:
Magna-Clips may cause compass deviations if placed too close to compass, so make sure to check placement prior to use.

The Magna-Clip with Coil Lanyard & Brass Clip is commonly used for Recreation and more. The Magna-Clip with Coil Lanyard & Brass Clip is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Magna-Clip with Coil Lanyard & Brass Clip: Easy To Use, Functional, Improves Diving Experience.

Magna-Clip with Coil Lanyard & Brass Clip Features

  • Traylon High Energy Magnets
  • Magna-Clip: Magnetically Connects and Disconnects
  • Allows One Hand Operation
  • Protects Equipment and the Environment
  • Swivel Gate Clip for Attachment to Gear
  • Corrosion Resistant, Marine Grade Brass Spring Loaded 360° Swivel Gate Clip
  • Lanyard Loop for Attachment to Console or Accessory
  • High-Stretch Coil Lanyard
  • Holding Power: 4 lbs (1.8 kg)
  • Uses: Consoles, Slates, Cameras, Laser Pointers, Small Lights, Fish Cards, Gauges and More!
  • Great Save-A-Dive Kit Item
  • Caution: Magnets can Effect Compass Readings when Close to Compass

Magna-Clip with Coil Lanyard & Brass Clip Customer Reviews Powered by TurnTo®

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4.1

(based on 7 reviews)

86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Magna-Clip Good - needs glue pior to usi

I use this clip with my camera. While the camera seems neutrally buoyant, with the clip it will sink indefinitely. I will be attaching some kind of flotation to ensure it floats on the surface. I also found that the magnets weren't sufficiently secured in their plastic housing. When pulled apart the magnets pulled right out of their housing. This was fixed with some hot glue, though epoxy may a better adhesive.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Buy a lanyard with a clip instead.

I bought it to tie my Video housing to my harness. This lanyard simply does not do the job.

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5.0

I would buy it again

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Good construction, and functional

 
5.0

GREAT PRODUCT!

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This product is phenomenal in every respoect. Exceeded my expectations.

 
4.0

Strong Magnets

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Strong magnets but it is difficult to connect with one hand.

 
1.0

Buy a lanyard with a clip instead.

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I bought it to tie my Video housing to my harness. This lanyard simply does not do the job.

 
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Magna-Clip Good - needs glue pior to usi

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I use this clip with my camera. While the camera seems neutrally buoyant, with the clip it will sink indefinitely. I will be attaching some kind of flotation to ensure it floats on the surface. I also found that the magnets weren't sufficiently secured in their plastic housing. When pulled apart the magnets pulled right out of their housing. This was fixed with some hot glue, though epoxy may a better adhesive.

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Questions about this item:

DORIS B  I bought this to attach my camera to my BC. I can not figure out what to put where. Clip the brass clip to the BC? What is the cord for. If anyone has a picture of how to put it together, I would appreciate it.
JANA J  The lanyard attaches to your camera and the brass clip clips on to a D-ring on your BCD. This has worked great for me and I really like it. The magnet is strong enough to hold my camera/housing closer to me when I'm not using it but easy enough to separate when I need some slack. I took a photo of my lanyard connected to my housing but this message box won't let me send the photo.
BRIAN T  Brass clip to the BC and the landmark to the camera housing through the small lanyard hole or through housing handle etc. you will need to attach to housing first and pass rest of the cord through the lanyard and then you'll be set. Sorry no pic.
DORIS B  Thanks so much for the reply. So what does the magnet do?Enter a reply to BRIAN T.
BRIAN T  Allows the bungee to stretch out when unattached and then keeps it close when attached.
RICHARD K  Yes I use the brass clip to attach to my BC, preferably an upper "D" ring. The cord, I will attach to the camera housing. My wife has a SeaLife DC1400 and I can attach a split ring right to the housing. The cord then is just run through the split ring. So depending if you are using a camera bracket or not, there should be an easy way to make this work. I have found that the Magna-Clip to have a strong enough magnet to support the weight of the camera.
Todd K  I bought this for my GoPro which is mounted on a Sea Dragon camera handle. You can take the string loop and wrap it around your device or mount and then thread back thru the loop. Sort of hard to explain, but if you look at this picture, imagine laying a small rod across and perpendicular to the cord loop. Then take the entire assembly, lay it over the cord and pass it thru the end of the loop. This will then create a non-knotted attachment to the rod. I then attach the brass clip to the d ring on the upper right of my BC. That way i can cradle the GoPro against my chest upon entry and it is handy for grabbing and extending (un-attaching the magnet) for video while diving. I really like how it works. Hope this helps.
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