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36" x 46" Lorell Tempered Glass Chair Mat EXPIRED

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Amazon has 36" x 46" Lorell Tempered Glass Chair Mat on sale for $45.98. Shipping is free.

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This is a great price for a tempered glass chair mat - even cheaper than most hard plastic plastic chair mats of the same size.

I am kind of pissed, I bought this for $60 three weeks ago and thought that was an awesome price. Amazon won't adjust my price so I'm tempted to return and re-buy but I was so happy to get this for $60 that I don't want to take advantage of Amazon, I'm sure the shipping for this is more than $15 due to the size and weight. Especially since before finding this glass mat I bought a hard plastic one for $50 (which was the best deal I could find for plastic) and I am returning that one which is now selling for $60 [amazon.com].

As for the quality, unlike plastic mats, glass is glass so all tempered glass mats should be of comparable quality. I'm happy with mine and have no complaints.

Edit: Just noticed this was a few bucks cheaper last February and that was a popular FP deal.
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I ended up getting rollerblade wheels instead. IMO much better than a plastic or glass mat.
Costco's everyday price on this is $49.99. Lowes has it for $47.xx. Not as hot as the OP is making it out to be.
"As for the quality, unlike plastic mats, glass is glass so all tempered glass mats should be of comparable quality."

This is a very far from true statement. Quality, thickness, manufacturing, qc... all play big parts.

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"As for the quality, unlike plastic mats, glass is glass so all tempered glass mats should be of comparable quality."

This is a very far from true statement. Quality, thickness, manufacturing, qc... all play big parts.
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"As for the quality, unlike plastic mats, glass is glass so all tempered glass mats should be of comparable quality."

This is a very far from true statement. Quality, thickness, manufacturing, qc... all play big parts.
It's tempered glass (all chair mats are) so other than thickness, what could the other differences be? Saying "quality" "qc" "manufacturing" is too vague - and aren't you saying the same thing with three different words? What are the actual differences that matter for a glass chair mat? This one is a quarter-inch thick and I don't think you'd want it to be any thicker than that. If anything, thinner with equal strength would be better.

In any case, this has 2,500 reviews and averages five stars with a B score on Fake Spot. So maybe other glass mats might have quality issues but I can vouch for this one, it does the job and it's a steal at this price. If anyone is wondering, it also ships in a very secure package, the plastic one I mentioned above was just sandwiched between two pieces of cardboard.
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I had one of these. Yes it doesn't dent but you're going to build stabilizing muscles to prevent your chair from rolling off the mat.
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I had one of these. Yes it doesn't dent but you're going to build stabilizing muscles to prevent your chair from rolling off the mat.
awesome. another way to tear my acl
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awesome. another way to tear my acl
I like keeping one caster off the glass and the other 4 on glass. Still allows me to roll the chair with much, much less effort than on carpet but I'm in a stable position. And I have Herman Miller carpet casters, which are way better than most casters, but there's nothing like rolling on glass.
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I found this Post maybe five minutes ago ....... and I'm still trying to wrap my mind around using a mat made of glass.

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170+ TUs on this Comment ..... but it's not in the Featured Comments section :<

...... like Rodney said:

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I found this Post maybe five minutes ago ....... and I'm still trying to wrap my mind around using a mat made of glass.
Same here, especially something that has to bare the brunt of ppls weights and constant impacts from office chairs
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I ended up getting rollerblade wheels instead. IMO much better than a plastic or glass mat.
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I found this Post maybe five minutes ago ....... and I'm still trying to wrap my mind around using a mat made of glass.
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Same here, especially something that has to bare the brunt of ppls weights and constant impacts from office chairs
Might seem counter-intuitive but read the reviews to help you wrap your head around it. This is heavy duty tempered glass, not like a window pane.

These are better than plastic, should last forever and will look like new for years. Brand names like Vitrazza start at $300 for a mat this size and run all the way up to $800 for larger ones. I wanted glass but the cost was prohibitive, but for $60 (when I got it) this was a no-brainer for me.
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These are better than plastic, should last forever and will look like new for years.
Until you drop a small metallic object on it that only weighs a few ounces and then it looks like you survived an auto accident.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/custo...B07K95V7X2
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Costco's everyday price on this is $49.99. Lowes has it for $47.xx. Not as hot as the OP is making it out to be.
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Costco's everyday price on this is $49.99. Lowes has it for $47.xx. Not as hot as the OP is making it out to be.
Good call!

https://www.costco.com/lorell-tem...54075.html
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