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Our Large Mousepad Chess Boards are similar to our regular Mousepad boards but are a full 22 by 22 inches and have generous 2 3/8 inch squares. They can take a king with a base up to 2 inches.
These Large Mousepad Chess Boards are made out of top quality mousepad-type material. They are thick and soft and always lay flat! They also have algebraic notation around all sides of the chess board and meet all chess tournament standards.
Best Board! The larger squares gives the pieces better spacing. Excellent quality and always lays flat. Be sure to get one of the larger carrying cases with it.
Looks and feels good, nice quality and no flaws. Very quick service also.
I did not notice, when I bought a couple more cheaply during a Thursday sale, that they were bigger than the previous ones I had bought. But I'm happy, because I will be able to cut them into even better mouse pads. Four squares by four squares is a bit larger than a regular mouse pad, but very handy, and of course, they can be cut smaller. My grandson likes the one I gave to him, and I use them with three different computers.
excellent quality and feel. It os large.
The mouse pad chessboard is light years beyond the vinyl chessboard. It lays flat with no curling or wrinkling.
Good quality, nice feel, easy to read
I'm a fan of the mouse-pad because of its durability, flexibility,and style. Other (s) in my circle differ and prefer the simplicity of the vinyl. there it is the tale of the mouse-pad and vinyl.
These mousepad chess boards are well made with clean edges and printing. But I personally prefer a slicker surface than any mousepad for sliding my pieces during a game. The vinyl boards have the surface I like, but they tend to curl during storage, so what to do? My solution, which so far I'm quite happy with, is to BOND the vinyl version to the same size mousepad using a very strong and flexible, but a little pricey, adhesive (two 4 oz. cans of HH-66). You must be careful to position the two precisely since it is impossible to realign them once stuck together. Even so, I used a single-edge razor blade against a metal straight edge to trim some slight overlap. But now, I have a hefty, flat cushioned non-slip neoprene base bonded under the nice-to-play-on vinyl top chess board for the best of both worlds. What I made is a 5-star product that I hope some manufacturer will pick up on since making it DIY is somewhat expensive and time consuming. But worth it, I think.