Get Rung Fitness Mat with Interlocking Foam Tiles for Gym Flooring. Excellent for Pilates, Yoga, Aerobic Cardio Work Outs and Kids Playrooms. Perfect Exercise Mat
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- Made out of high density high quality foam for greater durability and comfort
- Water resistant, durable, lightweight, easy to assemble and with the highest safety ratings
- Protects floors while providing a comfortable workout area
- Provides a cushion to hard floor surfaces in gyms, exercise rooms, trade shows, playrooms, etc.
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Well, the new expansion motivated my husband to purge and organize so he could have a whole bay - meaning he needed more matting. Seeking a less expensive option on the matting, I went with Get Rung's version of the 3/8-inch, gray matting. It's the same thickness, same color, and same surface texture as what we already have, and having purchased two different brands already that fit together, I assumed they all conformed to some standard. I know! I know! One should never assume anything! <Sigh> Get Rung's mats have a very different interlocking edge pattern and they don't mesh with the other two brands. And because of shipping costs, the fact that Get Rung won't accept the return of the opened package (and how can you know they don't interlock if you don't open one of the packages and try? - so of the three packages purchased, I'd only be able to return two), and the 5% restock fee they charge for returns, sending them back isn't cost effective. We'll probably end up setting up the Get Rung mats as a second area separate from the existing one. Not what we wanted, but not unworkable.
In and of themselves, the mats seem alright - not as heavy at the other two brands, but then... I went for cheaper, didn't I? However, if any potential customers are looking to expand an existing set-up and DO require a seamless interlocking grid, please be aware that Get Rung's mats may not mesh with their current mats.
I wanted to find some cheap portable dance flooring that I could use for my camps, but everything I found was like $300 for nine square feet! As I had a 12'x16' space, it just wasn't going to work for me.
Then, I found this floor. It works perfectly for what I need it for - I just turned it "upside down" so the more foamy part was the top of the floor, instead of the more treadmill type surface, and laid them all out on top of that hard cement! It doesn't work quite as well for more serious dancing - my friends & I were reviewing some of our company choreography on it and sometimes our feet would pull the corners up, or we'd suddenly shift the whole big mat over - but for what I needed it for, it was great. No more aching muscles, no more dangerous jumps - even my little dancers could tell the difference! And the total only came to about $160... including shipping.
So, if there's anybody else out there who needs some dance flooring but doesn't want to spend a lot of money on it- this fits the bill perfectly.
But after using the mats there is no way I believe these could be used for an entire play room for children or martial arts classes. As the mat is being used the most used area compresses some and the edges of that square segment lifts. Then while you move around your feet catch on the teeth holding the seems together. Now that they are lifted, they get stepped on.
None of the teeth have ripped off, so no real damage done yet.
I am thinking about taping all the seams with box or duct tape. Right now I have to use it with a door mat over it, which is what I was doing with some other material before I bought this. I wish I could buy the same material in the same square footage as one piece.