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
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
Best Purchase in a long time
I have a home office and for the past six yeas, I have spent so much money purchasing the plastic chair mats for my office. Whether I bought an inexpensive one or one that was supposed to be of the highest quality, they all cracked and broke up after about six months or so. I was fed up with buying these. Then I saw this bamboo mat and I decided to try it. I love it. It is high quality and durable. and it is good looking. My chair rolls easily and I am absolutely loving this chair mat
March 24, 2013
This mat is very attractive (looks like wood flooring) and sturdy. My chair rolls smoothly, like it would on a wood floor. I am very happy with it.
July 30, 2009