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Supermats SuperLock Heavy Duty Weightlifting Mat
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- Heavy duty commercial-grade recycled rubber construction
- Each piece measures 19.5" x 19.5" by 3/8" thick
- Secure interlocking system does not require adhesives - virtually invisible seams once installed
- Six piece pack covers 15.84 sq. feet
- Solid Black Color
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Supermats SuperLock Heavy Duty Interlocking recycled rubber tiles are the perfect solution for your home gym, utility room, work space, basement, or laundry room flooring needs. The tiles are safe to use indoors and durable for outdoor use. Tiles may be installed in minutes without adhesives via the easy secure interlocking system. Trim excess with a utility knife for a custom wall-to-wall installation. Seams are virtually invisible once installed. Protects floors from damage from heavy equipment, weights, or accidents. As a gym floor, SuperLock helps cushion hard-working legs from stress and fatigue. It also reduces noise to family members or neighbors. Cleans readily with a damp mop or cloth. Six tiles included in a pack and available in 5 colors. Each tile is 2.64 sq ft and a 6 pack case is 15.84sq ft. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee) - see Product Guarantee area for complete details.
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Turns out I really like them. These mats are very heavy and stay in place while doing my P90X workouts. They provide just a little cushioning, so I still use a mat when doing ab work. I purposely bought the mats with gray fleck material which look so much better than an all black mat.
The only thing I'd change, is to redesign the mats to allow staggering the joints from one row to the next (much like the bricks on a house). When you install the mats, the weakest area is where all four corners of adjacent mats meet. Staggering the joints would be a much better design -- of course, that may just be the engineer in me. All the other mats I considered seem to have the same "4-corner" design.
Now, I just need to wait for Amazon to restock these mats so I can complete my floor. If I get around to it, I'll try to upload some photos.