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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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  • For use on any floor type
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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.
I'm intrigued... Do elaborate?
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Tempered glass is funny. You can take a hammer to it and it won't break. You can take a piece that's 10' long and let it bend in the middle by 1'. Tap the edge with something metallic/solid though? Yeah you're going to randomly be finding glass for the next 2 years. I grew up in the glass industry and came back to it 15 years ago or so. No way in hell I'd have a glass mat in my home/office.
that's kind of my concern. tempered glass are most vulnerable in edges , rolling my chair on and off the mat could focus forces into one edge, and if sand particle somehow get onto the wheel and ended up chipping the glass (as sand is harder than glass), aren't the mat just going to fail?
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Yes but at the same time, look at the reviews. I have a dining table and two coffee tables made with tempered glass and they've been hit with all kinds of things, and so far so good. I also thought this was a crazy idea, but it seems to work and people love it. The company selling these would go broke with returns if they shattered that easily.
These things cost American pennies to make
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Good call!

https://www.costco.com/lorell-tem...54075.html
Have this one and on carpet the little rubber nubs it comes with are useless and the glass still moves around. Ended up putting a non slip rug pad inder it to keep it in place. Other than that i like it.
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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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Ikea has plastic ones for cheap. I too am wrapping my head around a glass mat
More than 10 years ago I have transparent vinyl mat from Staples on carpet and it broke into pieces after a few years.

I have been using a wood-grain look vinyl mat for last 10+ years since moved to a house with hardwood floor and I work at home so like 10hr+ everyday. Other than it doesn't look shiny anymore, there is 0 damage to it.
My wife is using the Ikea one on hardwood floor also, only a few months though, so far it's doing great.

It said "For use on any floor type" which would make me turn away.

I think for carpet, tempered glass will last longer but it could be too slippery
I have fallen or almost fallen a few times from a $20 Walmart chair on hardwood floor because the super slick caster, but it's much better on vinyl mat. I would imagine the glass would be too slippery for some chairs.

On hardwood floor, I don't see much benefit over vinyl or other material but give a too slippery surface. Vinyl mat will last as good as glass and no accidental damage because of dropping heavy thing.

On tile floor which usually not perfectly flat, it might become much easier to break.
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Yup, great idea until my wife drops her iPhone made of "unbreakable" gorilla glass on it and I'm left with 10 billion shards of "unbreakable" glass on my office floor from both the mat and iPhone. Hard pass.
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I think I see these in those Japanese videos of Office scenes with sexy secretaries.
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These things are super annoying save your money.
Unless you really need to protect your floor don't use these.
I had a much larger one on my desk area and it still wasn't big enough. Would roll off the edge often and it's loud and takes a ton of effort to get back onto without getting up.
Especially annoying if you are always on the move or like to roll away to the printer/etc.
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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.
Yeah, it's weird at first but I'm happy with mine... I do worry about dropping a sharp object on it that might break it but so far it has withstood everything.

Oh, I did secure it to my carpet with some carpet tape because it was moving around too much.

Not for everybody though.
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I'ma gonna call a few local glass shops, pricing their sheets of tempered glass.

I'll update here if their pricing is cheaper.
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We bought the small size and ended up buying the 50" later. Depending how you have your furniture placed, get a tape measurer and make sure you get the right size. Might not be as bad on hard wood floors, but the wheel going off the edge on taller carpet gets annoying quickly.
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I ended up getting rollerblade wheels instead. IMO much better than a plastic or glass mat.
Did the same. $18 and haven't had a problem yet.
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This site has it for $37, get free shipping with code SHIP49.

https://www.cleanitsupply.com/p-1...82833.aspx

I added 9 gallons (6 distilled and 3 spring) of water to make the total just over $50 for all of it shipped. I figure that's like 60¢ per gallon since next best I could find for the mat was this deal at Amazon.
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This site has it for $37, get free shipping with code SHIP49.

https://www.cleanitsupply.com/p-1...82833.aspx

I added 9 gallons (6 distilled and 3 spring) of water to make the total just over $50 for all of it shipped. I figure that's like 60¢ per gallon since next best I could find for the mat was this deal at Amazon.
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