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Heavy-duty Magnetizer

Heavy-duty Magnetizer Treasure Hoard icon.
Artwork of the Heavy-duty Magnetizer.
Number 68 (US and Europe)
67 (Japan)
Series Tortured Artist Series
Value Poko icon.png × 150
Weight 10
Maximum carriers 15 Pikmin
Location Snagret Hole
Challenge Mode levels None

The Heavy-duty Magnetizer (超磁性体マグナイザー?, lit.: "Superparamagnetic Magnizer") is a treasure found in Pikmin 2. It is actually a horseshoe magnet labeled with the two correct poles, N and S (North and South), and is found on the fourth sublevel of the Snagret Hole.

Collecting the treasureEdit

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The Heavy-duty Magnetizer is found on sublevel 4 of the Snagret Hole, and is held by an Armored Cannon Beetle Larva that falls from the sky. Take great caution and use the Treasure Gauge to find it, and then make sure to deal with nearby hazards so the Pikmin can transport it to the Research Pod.

Notes

Olimar's journal

I've had an upset stomach lately. I'm not old yet, but I'm not young anymore either. Maybe I should start doing a better job of looking after my health. Perhaps basking in this contraption's magnetic rays will make me stronger...

Sales pitch

The most powerful magnetic force in the universe! The healing properties of magnetic fields relieve backaches, headaches, toothaches, and even dreaded spleenaches!

Sales pitch (Nintendo Switch)Edit

The most-powerful magnetic force in the universe! The healing properties of magnetic fields relieve backaches, headaches, toothaches, and even dreaded spleenaches!

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Both journal entries reference magnets being able to cure injuries. This has been a theory ever since the Greeks were in power, approximately 2500 years ago. This theory was also proven true in 2008 by a group of scientists, four years after Pikmin 2 was released.[1]

Names in other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
  Japanese 超磁性体マグナイザー?
Chojiseitai Magunaizā
Superparamagnetic Magnizer
  French Aimant Ultime Ultimate Magnet
  German Schwerlast-Magnet Heavy-duty Magnet
  Italian Magnete massiccio Solid Magnet
  Spanish Imantador industrial Industrial magnetizer

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Can Magnets Cure Pain? on ABC News, published on January 9th, 2008