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Corsair MM300 Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Pad (Extended)

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Pretty common mousepad for gamers.

https://www.amazon.com/CORSAIR-MM...02&sr=8-18
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Bought one of these 2 Christmases ago and still looks like the day I bought it. No fraying, or any other issues.
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I have this pad it's good quality and very large
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Great deal!
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there's a handful of people who use this pad for other things other than a mousepad to use as a soft surface for other object.

There are others who buy the cheaper ones that are around 12 dollars to roll up and use as iintermediate cushions between things when storing, like glass panels etc.
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I paid $14.99 for mine two years ago, it's held up well. Agreed it is ugly looking.
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Go to ebay, plenty of alternatives for $5
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I thought this was a Coke mat!
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Any advantage to using this over a TCG playmat?
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Yea I also bought one of these a couple years ago and it looks and feels brand new. No problems. Highly recommend.
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In for 1 thanks OP
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Quote from OMGSTUFF :
Can someone explain to me why anyone would want their keyboard to be on the mouse pad? I don't get it.
i personally like big mousepads, and when i game, i tend to move my keyboard more to the left so that my right arm feels more natural and has more room to move. so instead of moving both my keyboard and a large mousepad each time i game, i just have one of these long mousepads and don't have to worry about shifting the mousepad. i just move the keyboard to the left and i'm good to go.
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Quote from sardonicadonis :
Any advantage to using this over a TCG playmat?
Other than the dimensions and most playmats not having a stitched edge, they're the same material.

I don't see any decent ones for under $14 on Amazon though.

If you don't care about the design or the brand, just search "xxxl mousepad" and you'll find plenty of cheap competitors.

This one is identical, but without the design and $2 cheaper: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B082TLVLDC/

This slightly smaller one is currently $8 with coupon: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B014CP231W/
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Lol, no kidding.

I have 2, thinking about getting a third, I loaned one to my daughter, and I need to wash the one I have, I think i should get one just to swap out.
How does one wash a mouse pad like this? I imagine a fraying mess of a mouse pad after you wash it.
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Quote from JH0214 :
Go to ebay, plenty of alternatives for $5
Well, yeah, you could also use a piece of paper taped to your desk.

I think there are definitely non branded options that are less. I'm just not one to know the quality. I have had a few aukey ones and stuff that seem fine that are oversized, costs about 4-5 dollars less.

Quote from ViperGTSR6 :
How does one wash a mouse pad like this? I imagine a fraying mess of a mouse pad after you wash it.
I generally just hand wash them, but I know people do through them into the washing machine cold water with air dry afterwards.

The end of the mouse pad has reinforced stitching.

You can get something like this for like 5-6 dollars, but the edges are not reinforced and I've owned ones similiar, like the steelseries qck / qck+ which tend to easily get damage on the edges.

https://www.amazon.com/cimetech-C...NrPXRydWU=
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It also acts as a thin wrist pad. I have had pain on my palms after long, long sessions(5+ hours) on the computer.
Pain in the palms of your hands after "long long sessions" sounds like an entirely different problem. JK 🤣
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