Pit Mat w/Closeable Mesh Bag (120x60cm) by ProTek RC
This product was added to our catalog on December 2, 2014.
This is the ProTek R/C Pit Mat. The ProTek R/C pit mat will take your work space from suitable, to stunning. With a 24 x 48 footprint and nearly 8 square feet of coverage, this mat is the perfect size for your work space. Made from durable 4mm thick foam material, this mat is easy to clean, roll up and store away. Plus, unlike other pit mats, the ProTek R/C Pit Mat includes a closeable mesh carry bag that makes it easy to throw the mat over your shoulder and haul around. Ditch the dirty towels and silly rubber mats, and start wrenching like a boss with this high quality mat from ProTek R/C.
- Approximately 24 x 48 in. (60 x 120 cm)
- Textured surface helps to prevent parts rolling onto the floor
- 4mm thick padded material provides clean, flat, anti-fatigue surface
- Closeable, mesh bag makes for easy storage and transportation.
- Eye-catching ProTek R/C Styling!
ProTek R/C is an AMain Sports & Hobbies brand
I own 2 X Team Durango pit Mats and a big horrizon brand pit mat (like the ones with different slots and magnets as screw trays). I own this and the new Bitter Design Pit "PAD". I've got other pit mats as well...too many...
My take on this is if I would've tried this first, I would not end up having all these pit mats. The rubber type pit mats with magnets and slots on the rubber like the Team Durango pit mats are nice, but too small with uneven surface. This Pro Tek one is huge, even surface, no water/liquid leak through type material, "sticky" type material so your screws won't slip away that easily. Basically what I'm saying is that this pit mat serves the same purpose as other rubber type pit mats with slots and magnets that hold screws but with a better design and material for the same purpose. And the surface is EVEN and the mat is MUCH BIGGER. The uneven surface of the Team Durango logos on the mat and the parts slots on the rubber mats get in the way in my opinion.
As comparing with the BitterDesign type Pat "Towel"/"PAD" products, I don't know why they exist...maybe because there weren't that many like ProTek type pit mats around.
Some people complained about the Mesh bag, don't listen to them, if you don't purposely rip it apart it's fine. I mean, it's a Mesh bag, you roll up your mat and put it inside...how easy is that to damage the bag? How in the world do you use your stuff? if you are impatient and don't want to spend the time to roll up your mat properly to fit into the bag, then don't use it, you won't like it if you are a person just want to shove everything into the bag without thinking. In that case, yeah, you would need a very durable bag and won't puncture or rip under heavy shoving abuse. You may ask, so..is the mesh bag really a tight fit even when you roll up your mat? The answer is NO, you don't have to roll it up as thin as a Spring Roll in order to fit the mat into the mesh bag, just roll it up in a good enough size and the rolled up mat will fit with ease. You just have to spend the time to roll it up! if you're not traveling with this and it's always on a table, this is not a concern then obviously.)