Magnetic Solar Panel Mount Bracket, 700 lbs (per set), for sheds, roofs, boats, cars, trucks, trailers


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Chris W.
United States United States

Crazy strong

I have a bunch of solar panels that I am placing on a shipping container and was looking for something that would be easy to install and make it so I wouldnt have to drill into the container. I live in an area with that gets winds in excess of 50 miles per hour. These magnets have passed every test I have thrown at them and have exceeded all of my expectations. They are incredible and I really only have one issue. That is the price. I do not know how much magnets cost but 100 for four seems a lot. If these were even 50 dollars for four I would be all over them. At 100 for four if I wanted to secure all my panels it would cost more then I spent on the panels.

Stephen C. Kilby
United States United States

Road tested

I bought these Magnets to mount a 160 watt solar panel to my 2019 Dodge Caravan and I'm impressed on how well they hold. I used all 8 brackets and I did do a HWY test up to 65 miles an hour and the magnets did not move at all. Some suggestions though. Make sure your roof surface is free of dirt or oil so the magnets have a clean surface to stick too, also you will notice I used a wind deflector so air is channeled over the panel instead of under it. Either way, I don't think you would have any issues because they stick like glue.

Cutting Edge Power Magnetic Solar Panel Mount Bracket, 700 lbs (per set), for sheds, roofs, boats, cars, trucks, trailers Review
Celso d.
United States United States

They're magnets and magnets are the greatest thing on Earth

They do hold strong but there were two problems for me. One was my fault, the other not. 1. They couldn't lay flush against the roof of my car and therefore couldn't maintain the kind of strength necessary to give me confidence it would hold. That's my fault though. I thought I could make it work. 2. The rubber feet don't fit well out of the box but you can just nick them a little to make them pay flat against the magnets. No biggie. They're also wholly unnecessary. Support was great even though parts were missing so I had get them sent out. It was no hassle. I give them 5 stars because they will do the job but I want to be clear about what you can expect. Big ups to the manufacturers for working through the Apocalypse of 2020.