Geek Daily Deals August 7 2020: Box of 12 Interlocking Foam Floor Files for $49
Build your home workout space or playroom floor with these interlocking foam floor tiles, 2′ x 2′, box of 12 for just $49!
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Safe and Premium Quality Gym Mat: Made of high-density EVA foam for long-lasting and reliable performance. Exercise mats conform to the safety requirements of US CPSIA, ASTM and EU EN71-1-2-3. innhom eva floor mats are durable, long lasting and support you a better cushion while protecting floors.
Workout Mat Covers 46 SQ. FT: Each foam floor tile measures 23.6 inches x 23.6 inches x 0.4 inch (600mm x 600mm x 10mm). Package includes 6 BLACK and 6 GRAY interlocking foam tiles and 24 end borders for a seamless look. Puzzle mats cover up to 46 sq.ft (approx 4.3 sq.m) of floor space, making it a perfect workout and training accessory.
Waterproof and Easy to Clean: Waterproof make interlocking foam mats easy to clean with damp cloth or mild soap. The foam floor tiles offer adjustable coverage—use less for smaller areas, or purchase more to expand your workout space. The puzzle piece mat can be cut to fit for custom size. Lay single piece or multiple pieces and it will fit almost anywhere.
Easy to Assemble: Lightweight interlocking puzzle pieces with stitching design connect quickly and easily, and come apart just as simply for transporting or compact storage. It is easy to assemble and the puzzle exercise mats lock together tightly so they won’t break apart when being used.
Durable Cushion and Multiple Uses: Each 0.4 inch thick foam floor mats are sturdy enough while providing a cushioned space. Each gym flooring mat is specially manufactured to make sure protection from rough and hard surfaces. Works great under heavy exercise machines to dampen vibration, reduce equipment noise, and protect your floor. Perfect exercise mats for home, gyms, workshops, garages, basement, fitness room or even children’s play areas.
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