Quality of print on the mousepad is pretty good. The colours are bright and whatever pic you give them, that is exactly what you’re gonna get on the mouspads . so I am satisfied with them, and I am satisfied with the price also. Quality was same throughout the stacks.
Nice Nice when a product is as it is supposed to be. Got what I ordered and in truth got much more for my money than the price should have allowed.
I was going to go with a rectangular mousepad and then locate my entire sales calendar on them, but changed my mind when I saw how striking a logo could be on its own. Better for branding than for selling, but they go hand in hand.
A lot of office workers have given me the thumbs up when I handed these out during my sales calls. Nice to leave a little piece of my business behind.
Really a mousemat is good enough on its own but to give it the microcloth I guess will make sure it stays around for even longer. I think it will stand the test of time for me. Thick and spongy for a softness under the wrist when using your mouse. People pay a lot for these, but not me
Mouse mats are underrated as promotional tools. I managed to make the very most of my imprint space by showcasing 3 of my products. Great value imprint add on.
An extraordinary imprint really impactful and a big shout out to their artist and Greg on my design team.
I get what I pay for everytime here. I pay less so I don't expect premium products. Was surprised this time as the pad seems plush enough to have cost more than it did.
The size of the pads shows the premium quality in it. It’s very convenient to use.
I think the mousepad is an often overlooked promo item. It's perfect for imprinting on, and in this case I'm really happy with how my logo came out. It's nice to be equally as proud of my giveaway product as I am of the product I'm selling