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Foam Anti-Fatigue Mats - Recommendations


By delt31

47 days ago



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    #1 47 days ago

    I swore there was a recent topic on this but can't find it. Any recommendations besides Stern's overpriced foam mat? Thinking about getting some....

    #2 47 days ago

    This might be bigger than you are looking for but Tractor Supply has a horse mat that is 4X6 for $39, or a smaller 3X4 utility mat for $20.
    I have a couple of the larger ones in my shop, they work great over the concrete floor.

    https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/search/horse%20mat

    #3 47 days ago

    Have had these in my arcade for years, work great:

    https://www.harborfreight.com/4-piece-anti-fatigue-foam-mat-set-94635.html.

    #6 47 days ago

    I used these on bare concrete, when I had my warehouse.

    Guardian Air Step Anti-Fatigue Floor Mat, Vinyl, 3'x12', Black, Reduces fatigue and discomfort, Can be easily cut to fit any space amazon.com link »

    Can be easily cut to smaller sizes.

    #7 47 days ago

    I got some kitchen mats years ago that work well. It doesn't look like they are available any more, but a number of options as others have identified.

    https://heavy.com/home/2018/07/best-anti-fatigue-kitchen-mats/

    #8 47 days ago

    I’d recommend global industrial website. They have a lot of options. There’s 3x2 for $29

    #9 47 days ago

    Great guys - thanks!

    #10 47 days ago

    Seconded on Titan mats. Best/most comfortable I’ve ever used.

    #11 47 days ago

    If you want something a bit more discrete, I've found these mats on amazon to be comparable to Titan mats:

    amazon.com link »

    #12 47 days ago

    I use these... Guess I didn't realize how much they cost but they work great.

    PüreLUX Anti-fatigue Comfort Kitchen Mat

    https://www.costco.com/p%c3%bcrelux-anti-fatigue-comfort-kitchen-mat.product.100388851.html

    #13 47 days ago

    I've got the perfect mat. It's extra plush carpet and a thick pad underneath.
    Best thing ever!

    #14 46 days ago

    Do NOT use the rubber "stall mats" from Tractor Supply. Your whole house will smell like rubber from the outgassing. It was so nauseating at my friends house, he had to drag them outside and leave them in the sun and rain for a month before he could bring them back inside. Even still they stink to this day.

    #15 46 days ago

    Had a nice mat that I used until I had a Titan mat gifted to me. Will never use any other mat ever again. Not even a contest. Totally worth it, and I’m a cheapa... erm, frugal guy.

    #16 46 days ago

    I use one of these for my office, pricing is in line with the Titan mats. This particular mat is fairly dense and it's actually most comfortable and supportive with bare feet. Think of it this way, if you stand on one of these mats in your shoes, it's your shoes that will be giving you fatigue with their relatively hard flat soles. If you stand on a cheap foam mat with your bare feet the less dense foam you will mostly sink through, but this mat supports your foot contours and is dense enough that you won't sink through... and it'll last a long time.

    amazon.com link »

    I also have a cheaper mat from Costco in my kitchen... they are good enough for the cost conscious, but not as good as this.

    #17 46 days ago

    I have three of the Costco mats that I've had for years. They're still as firm as the day I bought them. Only downside is they don't fit beside each other if your pins are close to each other.

    #18 46 days ago

    I purchased "Cadillac" mats from Uline. They will cut them to any length, which worked well for me because my machines are in a row. Super comfortable, no obnoxious smell, and very durable.

    #19 46 days ago

    amazon.com link »

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    #20 46 days ago

    I was looking to take it to the the next level and add some heat, anybody know where to get them?

    #21 46 days ago
    Quoted from John_I:

    Do NOT use the rubber "stall mats" from Tractor Supply. Your whole house will smell like rubber from the outgassing. It was so nauseating at my friends house, he had to drag them outside and leave them in the sun and rain for a month before he could bring them back inside. Even still they stink to this day.

    It's weird how certain products/rubbers stink worse then shit. We bought a couple of those indoor/outdoor 4x6 rugs from Costco. Wife said colors would look good in the kitchen. It took 2 days to air the house out after leaving them in the kitchen overnight. Left them out in the garage till we could return them.

    #22 46 days ago

    @jeffz I'm sure those work awesome but they look like the the foam letter mats my kid crawled on as a baby.

    #23 46 days ago
    Quoted from bangerjay:

    I was looking to take it to the the next level and add some heat, anybody know where to get them?

    Here you go!

    https://www.prweb.com/releases/2008/01/prweb646751.htm

    #24 46 days ago

    I was going to recommend this too, but you beat me to it.

    #25 46 days ago

    These are what I use. They aren’t the softest, but they stay put a lot better than the others I’ve tried. They straight up stick to vinyl floor and don’t move much on commercial carpet either. The soft ones I tried moved around with every step and if always have to adjust em before playing annoyed the hell outta me! https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mainstays-18-x-30-Comfort-D-Mat/205744569

    #26 46 days ago
    Quoted from cjchand:

    Had a nice mat that I used until I had a Titan mat gifted to me. Will never use any other mat ever again. Not even a contest. Totally worth it, and I’m a cheapa... erm, frugal guy.

    Quoted from KevInBuffalo:

    Seconded on Titan mats. Best/most comfortable I’ve ever used.

    I always use a mat when I play at home - primarily due to leg joint issues. I've seen Titan's mats on their website, and although I've been tempted to buy one, I've held off given their comparatively expensive price. They certainly look nice, but I'm genuinely interested in hearing what makes them worth the extra cost.

    This is the mat that I've used for a couple of years now and it has been great so far and costs half as much:

    amazon.com link »

    How long have you all had yours and how well are they holding up wear/tear-wise? What factors make Titan's mats worth twice as much to you?

    Aside from any potential Buffalo Pinball sponsorship discounts (Kevin).

    #27 46 days ago

    Didn’t someone have a mats with a Bally Williams logos?

    #29 46 days ago

    nice ones at home depot I just bought when working on games. $13

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    #31 45 days ago
    Quoted from Tuna_Delight:

    I always use a mat when I play at home - primarily due to leg joint issues. I've seen Titan's mats on their website, and although I've been tempted to buy one, I've held off given their comparatively expensive price. They certainly look nice, but I'm genuinely interested in hearing what makes them worth the extra cost.
    This is the mat that I've used for a couple of years now and it has been great so far and costs half as much:
    amazon.com link »
    How long have you all had yours and how well are they holding up wear/tear-wise? What factors make Titan's mats worth twice as much to you?
    Aside from any potential Buffalo Pinball sponsorship discounts (Kevin).

    There’s an initial give, then firmness to it. Most other pads I tried were either a squishfest or relatively unforgiving. These seem to be able to be both at the same time.

    That, and they don’t feel hot under my feet.

    #32 44 days ago

    Titan (or somebody dealing for Titan at the show) had one of theirs out in an aisle at TPF (sneaky!) a few years back so I ended up walking over it. They’re amazing. Super thick, very cushioned. I just can’t justify the cost personally, because I’m cheap.

    #33 44 days ago

    This is the best, hands down. Also available in many colors and sizes. I've tried many mats over the years, and nothing comes close. I've had mine for 2 years now, still look brand new, and comfortable as hell. Kangaroo anti-fatigue mats:

    amazon.com link »

    #34 44 days ago

    Thought I would circle back as I ordered a few

    btw - I didn't try the premier $80 or more mat as that was what I was trying to avoid (ala overpriced Stern mat).

    the clear winner.....and $38 only.

    amazon.com link »

    tuna_delight thanks!

    #35 43 days ago
    Quoted from Tuna_Delight:

    I always use a mat when I play at home - primarily due to leg joint issues. I've seen Titan's mats on their website, and although I've been tempted to buy one, I've held off given their comparatively expensive price. They certainly look nice, but I'm genuinely interested in hearing what makes them worth the extra cost.
    This is the mat that I've used for a couple of years now and it has been great so far and costs half as much:
    amazon.com link »
    How long have you all had yours and how well are they holding up wear/tear-wise? What factors make Titan's mats worth twice as much to you?
    Aside from any potential Buffalo Pinball sponsorship discounts (Kevin).

    You can get opinions from everyone on what they like and why, but ultimately this is an experience decision. Anyone I've every talked to who has owned or even stepped on a Titan Pinmat has nothing but positive things to say about it. A combination of the perfect balance of firmness and softness, visual style, and durability all contribute to the quality and satisfaction with these mats.

    Of course there are other good options, and those expressing other opinions are being sincere. However, the Titan mats are definitely a product where even though they may have a higher price, you cannot beat the value of what you get for the money.

    #36 43 days ago

    I have several clients with the Titan mats. I have the HF ones. The Titan mat is firmer and more comfortable if you are going to be there for an hour or more. But any less and I don’t notice a real difference. Both do the job fine.

    #37 43 days ago

    Have this one at work (standing desk), bought one for home in front of the sink too.

    amazon.com link »

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