Flexispot is offering more high quality products. Their new Flexispot Ergonomic Office and Kitchen Not-Flat Anti-Fatigue Mat is a good bargain for anyone over 6 feet, or if you’re looking for a durable, thick mat with extra support.
Ergohead Standing Desk Mat Review
Ergohead looks like one of the Topo and TerraMat imitators. Made of low-density polyurethane its massage rolls and mounds aren't potent enough to provide the promised foot massage, stretching, and rolling. Additionally, the Chinese-made mat off-gasses and keeps polluting the air even after a few weeks of use. If you enjoy more cushioning under your feet, it will provide you with enough support through hours of standing.
Ergocomfy Non-Flat Standing Mat Review
Ergocomfy is not really a calculated terrain mat as much as it is a non-flat standing mat made from low-density polyurethane that offers nothing to justify its cost in comparison to the industry-leading products.
Butterfly Ergonomic Non-Flat Anti-Fatigue Standing Desk Mat Review
Out of all the anti fatigue mats we've ever testing in the labs, the iMovR EcoLast, as their marketing claim goes, is definitely "the last standing mat you'll ever need to buy." Superior materials and construction, plus a solid ten-year performance warranty, ensure trouble-free ownership and none of the wear and tear that cheaper "disposable" mats are known for. Despite costing about twice as much as bargain bin mats, given the expected lifetime performance of this product its true annualized cost of ownership is only that of a tall cup of coffee at Starbucks.