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Video Review – Deep-Cut Studio Asteroid Mat: PVC vs Cloth

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Deep-Cut Studio, the company most known for their high-quality PVC battle mats, has just released a brand new type of product: the cloth mat. The company has rolled out a new product that gives players options when it comes to picking up their very own battle mat. Just like the PVC versions, the cloth mat is 100% scratch resistant, does not tear, and looks great on the table. They’re a bit more expensive, but you now have an option when it comes to your mats. Deep-Cut was nice enough to send over their brand new Asteroid mat in both the PVC and cloth versions, and I got to check both of them out. Below is a video comparing the two, and showing off just what the new cloth mats have to offer.

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2 Comments on “Video Review – Deep-Cut Studio Asteroid Mat: PVC vs Cloth”

  1. Scott Grasse October 19, 2016 at 9:18 AM #

    Thanks for the review. The biggest deterrent is those fold lines. Can you update us on how well they actually come out? There is no way I’d buy that product with those fold lines.

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    […] bit ago I posted a video review for Deep-Cut Studios’ new Asteroid cloth mat, comparing it in part to their usual PVC mat. […]

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