1. tom1l21's Avatar
    I purchased a Golla case online and one thing it was lacking was the "magnetic holster effect". Go to Strong Neodymium Magnets Rare Earth K&J Magnetics and purchase some magnets. You can get some very small but very strong ones that do the trick. There is no need to get any magnets over 1/16". I bought a few each of the B881, B4401, B3301, and B6301 magnets because I didn't know their strength. if its a roomy case or holster, you can just drop one magnet inside of it and put one on the outside of it in the back and they will stick to each other through the case and will not move. If the holster is a tight fit, you can just put a dab of super glue on the magnet and it won't go anywhere either.

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    The magnet in question here is the B6301 which is 3/8"x3/16"x1/32"



    They cost around 6-10 cents each too so i think its a pretty good deal.
    10-04-08 09:22 PM
  2. AVService's Avatar
    I just made my Rip-Offs case into a magnet case with some NeoDymium magnets for burglar alarm switches that I had.
    I double stick taped them side by side and pushed them into the back pocket of the case at the bottem.

    Works like a charm.
    10-20-08 09:27 PM
  3. tom1l21's Avatar
    yeah, after i made the purchase, i should of bought the tape, but superglue or electric tape works just fine.
    10-20-08 10:23 PM
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