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It has transition angles at edges
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not sure how much cushioning you can get from 1/4 inch, the anti fatigue mats I got from Costco are almost 2 inch thick, we use them in the kitchen very nice. Smaller size of course about 18 inches by 3 feet cost $17-20 if I remember correctly
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Seems like a pretty solid deal. In for one, thanks OP!
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Can I use this for basement to put treadmill
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Got one, thx!
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not sure how much cushioning you can get from 1/4 inch, the anti fatigue mats I got from Costco are almost 2 inch thick, we use them in the kitchen very nice. Smaller size of course about 18 inches by 3 feet cost $17-20 if I remember correctly
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not sure how much cushioning you can get from 1/4 inch, the anti fatigue mats I got from Costco are almost 2 inch thick, we use them in the kitchen very nice. Smaller size of course about 18 inches by 3 feet cost $17-20 if I remember correctly
2" is practically a step up. Seems like a tripping hazard.
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2" is practically a step up. Seems like a tripping hazard.
It has transition angles at edges
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Interested until I saw only 1/4" thick. :-/
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1/4" (quarter inch or approx 6.2mm) is NOT anti-fatigue, it is primarily for better grip/traction.

At $20 you can do better, but probably smaller dimensions, so only good if you want a decent area for better traction, but just remember, if you use for a slippery area in winter, the mat will also get covered if left out making it potentially just as slippery.
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not sure how much cushioning you can get from 1/4 inch, the anti fatigue mats I got from Costco are almost 2 inch thick, we use them in the kitchen very nice. Smaller size of course about 18 inches by 3 feet cost $17-20 if I remember correctly
I agree. However this might be nice for the kitchen. Still the one we have now is a half inch thick. I do not see how a quarter of an inch can cushion.
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Interested until I saw only 1/4" thick. :-/
That's what she said
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I like how in the product photo page, this anti fatigue mat is placed in the front door entryway, as well as true outdoors, in the backyard.

Yeah don't think it's much of an anti-fatigue, more like a non slip mat
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Didn't you guys think the perforated make it easy to collect dirt, therefore not good for indoor?
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these work great for a mat for the bed of a truck. in for one
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