I have selected a set of 16 magnets which have a B field between 900 to 950 Gauss (5% variation) when measured in the following fashion.
I took a Petri-dish, of the type which we usually use for mixing the glue, and I placed a magnet on its end. I then brought the tip of the Hall-probe into contact with the Petri-dish from the opposite side and adjusted the location (and orientation) of the probe to maximise the reading on the Gauss meter.
The distribution of magnets observed is listed below
The set of sixteen has been have been placed inside two test tubes and left on the optical bench (right-side) in the clean room.