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6-Piece Everyday Essentials 1/2" Thick Puzzle Exercise Floor Mat (24 Sq Ft)

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Walmart has 6-Piece Everyday Essentials 1/2" Thick Puzzle Exercise Floor Mat (24 Sq Ft, Various Colors) on sale for $10.99 -> Now $10.75. Select free in-store pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks slick dealsss

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  • Covers 24 Square Feet, 1/2" Thick; comes with 6 Interlocking Tiles and 12 End Borders; 2-year warranty.
  • This matches a previous Frontpage deal from November. -StrawMan86

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Bought this a few weeks ago and saw it was back to $10.99 from $19.99. Just put it down for a garage gym and was impressed.

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48 sq ft set is also marked down from $37.99 to $19.99.


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The 24sq ft is 4x6 and perfect for a VR boundary if you have hardwood floors.
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48 sq ft set is also marked down from $37.99 to $19.99.


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The 24sq ft is 4x6 and perfect for a VR boundary if you have hardwood floors.
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48 sq ft set is also marked down from $37.99 to $19.99.


http://www.walmart.com/ip/Everyda.../947869491
Thanks! Bought two.
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144 sq feet also marked down. Thanks OP. Been searching for my basement recently
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The battle axe has been wanting this for the basement, thanks!
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I've had these for years, I bought like 244 sq ft to cover my garage, I guess I expected more. They pulled apart fairly easy and I never really used them for their intended purpose. I do now use the remaining ones as mats to kneel on to work on the car etc.
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Lined the ground floor of my beach house with this. It's a large gym room but the matting helps insulate too.
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Does anyone have a recommendation for thickness for a home gym? Is the 1/2'' too thin? Should I step up to 3/4'' or 1''?
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I've had these for years, I bought like 244 sq ft to cover my garage, I guess I expected more. They pulled apart fairly easy and I never really used them for their intended purpose. I do now use the remaining ones as mats to kneel on to work on the car etc.
I can see them moving around if they were standing free without any weight on top. I put a bench press on top and they've been great. I will say that I would have bought the 48 sq ft in the first place instead of two 24 sq ft purchases...4x6 pretty much only covers the outline of the bench press.
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Does anyone have a recommendation for thickness for a home gym? Is the 1/2'' too thin? Should I step up to 3/4'' or 1''?
1/2" has been fine for a bench press and light weights around it. If you're planning to drop big weights, etc, probably better to go bigger. But if just using to pad the floor, I would think you could get away with 1/2".
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Perfect timing ! I use this for my 1 year old who crawls and climbs the living room to dining room .. better then tile on her knees . Thanks
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These are perfect for basements. Just put them down for a weightlifting/exercise area and a play area for the kids. Great price too!
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1/2" has been fine for a bench press and light weights around it. If you're planning to drop big weights, etc, probably better to go bigger. But if just using to pad the floor, I would think you could get away with 1/2".
Thanks. I'm going to be setting up a cage rack for bench presses, etc. I'll be doing dead lifts, but no dropping. I'm mostly interested in durability and protection of a laminate floor.
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