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Gamemastery Flip-mat: Basic
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GameMastery Flip-Mats are designed to make your game portable and affordable. They're made with durable, laminated card stock and can handle dry erase, wet erase, and even permanent marker!Flip-Mats are constructed of durable laminated card stock (~70 lb paper-comparable to that of a restaurant menu). They measure 24 by 30, and quickly and conveniently fold down to 8 by 10 (slightly smaller than a sheet of notebook paper).GameMastery Flip-Mat: Basic features a 1-square grid on both sides. One side features a stoney-grey patterned background, and the flip side features a sandy-brown texture. The 1" grid extends fully to the edge of the maps for a full 720 square inches of usable area.
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The Flip-Mat is 24"X30" when completely unfolded, this is compared to the BattleMat's 26"X23". If you need a bigger mat, then you can simply buy two Flip-Mats and combine them. This is still cheaper and more flexible than Chessex's solution, which buying Chessex's MegaMat, which is about $36 (you can buy three Flip-Mat's and have the flexibility of separating them for smaller games for that much!).
Here's where the Flip-Mat shines the brightest. the Flip-Mat has square grids on BOTH sides. The BattleMat has hexagons on one side and squares on another. If you're playing with 1" square grids then you cannot go wrong with the Flip-Mat. Did I mention that the BattleMat is more then DOUBLE the price of the Flip-Mat?! That's like getting four BattleMat's for the price of one!
I've heard complaints that this mat doesn't stay completely flat when pulled out of packaging. While true, this applies to both the BattleMat and the Flip-Mat. They both have the same problem/solution as well, flatten them with books and weights for a day. After flattening the Flip-Mat it remains very flat. Not as flat as the BattleMat, but flat enough to where it can function flawlessly when you put mini's on it or try to draw on it. Also, when you finish using the BattleMat and roll it up, you have to flatten it or it will curl up a bit. The same can be said with the Flip-Mat when you fold it though.
The Flip-Mat can handle all types of markers while the BattleMat will stain. Also if you use the wet-erase markers that BattleMats require and don't wash them off within a week, it will stain the mat! So if you like to prep maps before gaming sessions and don't happen to have enough time to use the map, then be prepared to redraw the map!
If you're looking for a reusable mat, then look no further. This is the mat you want!
The reason for the 1 less star is that it's not as "hard" as I thought it would be. It does fold up which is nice for packing, but when you unfold it, it doesn't stay completely flat easily. Luckily, you just have to put a couple books on the edges and it stays flat enough so the figures don't fall.
I use it for D&D and now I can't go back to my old dry erase board (oh, it's easy to clean off too). I'm certain that I'll end up buying one or two more boards from this seller (they have caves, boats, and keep maps already made).
They are wonderful however, and I plan to get one of them straightened out as good as I can, and then laminate it again just so it is extra durable. If you want a cheap reusable grid, this is your best bet.
My only dig is that the size is disappointing. I got (what I imagine is) their largest size and it's something like 30x24. Not bad. Just not big enough. My Chessex mat is harder to work with (wet erase is crap, honestly), but at least I can get a good spread going. But, if the size is right for you? Go for it. Great product.