Anji Mountain Bamboo Roll-Up Chair Mat, 36 x 48, 1/4-Thick, 9 1/4 Tongue, Natural
After going through the cheaper ugly plastic chair mats that crack and need to be replaced continuously, i purchased this bamboo roll up floor mat. Much better looking and although it is too early to say this product will last years, I see no reason why it wouldnt. It is made of high quality stuff. ,although no needles and pins to adhere to the carpet, the mat doesn't appear to move around and is sturdy. Worth the extra money
August 9, 2014
I love this mat
Two desk chairs on hardwood floors - the finish is getting messed up. We bought one chair mat to try it out. This is so fantastic. The light color matches our floor. Added bonus, the felt backing quiets the chair noise. Chair rolls smooth and easy.
Bought another one today! This is a winner and well worth the price.
March 26, 2014
Beautiful and Functional
The Bamboo Chair Mat is working beautifully in our newly renovated home office. We have thick carpet and a very thick pad under the carpet and didn't realize until we got the mat that it was recommended for hard surfaces or low pile commercial-style rugs; however, we are having no problems at all with it on our carpet. My husband is a big guy at 300 lbs and the mat has been holding up just fine under his weight when he sits in the chair. It does "roll-up" like a yoga mat but the slats are close enough together that is does not impact the chair rolling across it -- no getting caught in between slats or clickety-clack as you roll -- just smooth rolling. The quality does not even compare to those plastic mats that have been basically worthless in our household. We highly recommend this mat.
December 28, 2013
Spent More to Get More
I had a nice plastic chairmat recently (not the low-end, thin-type either) and it only lasted only 15 months before a giant hole began to form as the plastic cracked and gave up the ghost. So I was looking for something different.
I'd seen these before, but they were pricey. However, I didn't need anything but the small size... and figured that it cost about twice as much as the plastic one that didn't last long. And based on my initial observations... I think this chairmat won't have difficulty making it 3 years or more. It looks good, and I'm happy with it.
June 17, 2013