I run the medical team for the Arnold Sports Festival (twice the size of the Olympics), running 32 stations simultaneously with 600 medical volunteers and Ham operators. We have 71 events across two major sites 5 miles apart and move team members from one site to another as needed. We use these magnetic dots to ID our people with numbers and color coded and it works very well on magnetic white boards. At a glance we can tell: who they are, what their expertise is and where they are. They have a sticker on them that needs to be removed to place our color coded dot on them which allows them to stick very well. This is the best system that we have had in the 18 years we have been doing this.
By from , OH
These are very weak. It couldn't hold paper pictures on a white board.
By buy another from , CA
Not worth purchasing
It took four stick-a-rounds and still the name tag would not stay in place on the white board.
By SecondGradeTeacher from , MI
You have to use MANY to get anything to stay up! At first I used 3 magnets for a small, laminated construction paper 2x3" and I constantly found myself picking them up off the floor. Once I used a 4th magnet it was better (but that's a lot of magnets for such a small space)
By Love to Teach from , CT
Worse than magnetic tape
I wanted to use these for my calendar (magnet tab on calendar, magnet tab on number) and it was useless, hardly any magnetic stick at all.