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can i use strong (neodym) magnets to attach the prime to another metallic surface?

from the two aspects:

is the prime magnetic?

is there anything i could/would damage with the magents?


the idea is to attach it to the wall/fridge while cooking (using it as a cookbook) to not have it lying around between the ingredients
 
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The case is aluminium so the answer is no.
 
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can i use strong (neodym) magnets to attach the prime to another metallic surface?

from the two aspects:

is the prime magnetic?

is there anything i could/would damage with the magents?


the idea is to attach it to the wall/fridge while cooking (using it as a cookbook) to not have it lying around between the ingredients
How about something like this ?

http://www.amazon.com/Dockem-Damage-...ef=pd_sim_pc_3

or

http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-Kitchen...cr_dp_asin_lnk
 
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The case is aluminium so the answer is no.
thanks for the hint!

i guess i will go with a universal tablet holder and a suction foot
 
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You might be able to get away with using some 3m command strips, they come in a few different sizes, and they can support a decent amount of weight.
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