Jigsaw Mat – 2cm is a high quality jigsaw mat that features a practical reversible fitting system. This means all four sides of each mat interlock, which allows for easy changes to your colour arrangement without needing to move all your jigsaw mats.
Made from high quality EVA the Jigsaw Mat has been tested to meet and surpass all international standards, making it ideal for a wide variety of uses indoors. The tatami pattern finish is non-abrasive which is ideal for some light groundwork. The Jigsaw Mat is suitable for a wide variety of uses including martial arts, indoor childcare and all types of training and self-defence.
The Jigsaw Mats are specifically compatible with the same style – meaning 2cm Jigsaw Mats are not compatible with other styles. Featuring a universal log design, this ensures that the two opposing corners are identical. This allows you to flip a jigsaw mat on the spot to use the other side of the mat.
Size: 1m x 1m
Composition: EVA (Closed Cell Foam)
Color: Red / Blur or Blue / Black
Edges: 2 pieces per mat included
Density: 50 degrees Shore A
Finish: Tatami Finish
Country of Origin: Taiwan
Sold individually – 4 mats in image for illustration purposes only
Product note: all EVA mats are subject to contraction and expansion in extreme temperatures. For example, in tropical areas, and in warehouses that are prone to overheating. To minimize the degree of variance in such conditions, we recommend choosing the 3cm or 4cm mats.
There is a protective coating used for transportation and storage purposes on our EVA mats. This will not affect the quality of the mats, rather prevent any issues during the time period it is held. This will dissipate over time however, we recommend if you wish to clean mats prior to use, to please use warm water and a damp mop/cloth using a PH neutral disinfectant.
Why does hardness matter for jigsaw mats?
Shore Hardness is used as a measure of hardness in polymers, elastomers and rubbers. For use in Martial Arts and playgrounds for children, it is recommended to use between 50 to 55 degree Shore A flooring. If the mats are <50, they will be too soft and not durable in the long term (the logs are more likely to break apart). If the mats are >55, they are too firm, reducing impact absorption and increasing the likelihood of injury.