Each magnet is 0.75" long, printed with florescent green ink and just begging to be used to spell out 5318008 or 0.7734 or whatever other childish calculator number you remember from high school. They cost $US15 for 566 strips from Think Geek. [Think Geek via Laughing Squid]
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