Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 6
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Gabe It is a great product for water exposed areas
I got these tiles for my basement. They provide a great area for play and are resistant to water damage which could be the case no matter what you do in trying to prevent this. Installation was a task for some overqualified people. Size difference up to a 1/4 " make it more of a puzzle game than just installation.
December 11, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by BklyPH Nice looking but get ready for some headaches.
I just purchased almost 600 of these tiles to use on the roof of my building in Brooklyn. They look very nice and the quality of the tiles are good as well, but it is almost impossible to make a straight line with them. Every one of the tiles are completely different sizes and it makes for real headache trying to make them match up and for using the connector clips. In the end, after playing Tetris all day with many qualified people helping, you will be left with gaps between the tiles and not every tile and line matching up. You simply will not be able to use some of the clips because the attachment points on the under side of the tiles will not match up even if the seems do. Also, the tiles will expand and contract with the sun causing the tiles to pop out of the clips.
Unless you are able to permanently able to attach them to the surface or purposely leaves gaps between the tiles, be prepared for not having things perfect. It will simply be impossible. Multy Home, the manufacturer, really needs to improve quality control. The overall look is very nice from afar, but when you are standing on them, that is when you see the issues.
August 6, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by kintaroju Not Bad Product, but rubber molding is inconsisten
Well the title says it all i think, basically if you buy the tiles, be prepared that the locking clips or the border that you can buy separately will not consistently hold the tiles or the border. It took me a while what went wrong, and basically the molding process they use, when they have excess rubber, it'll bleed out causing the clip spots under the tile to not be in perfect alignment, causing some tiles to clip into place and others not to clip into place.
The solution to the problem is easy, your buddy the utility knife, you'll need to gauge out some of the rubber and that will allow the tiles or the border to fit in a glove. So if you really want to use this product and have problems using a rubber mallet to put them together, use a utility knife to cut out the rubber where the clip holes are.
June 5, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by swikabi Very difficult to install
I am putting these tiles on a flat plywood surface. I haven't done any of the cuts yet for the corner and edge pieces, but so far, the installation has been very difficult. Too difficult for my wife, so she quit and left the rest of the job to me. The tiles are not all the same size, so they do not line up properly, and the clips are useless for the tiles that don't line up exactly. It took about 5 1/2 hours to put down 60 tiles. Very frustrating and painful at times. But we are pretty happy with the look and will live with the uneven tiles and small spaces between some of them. Too soon to comment about their performance, maintenance, etc.. We are using them in a screened porch so I don't expect the sun to be directly on them. I think anyone using them in the sun should be mindful that they may get very hot.
October 1, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by dkny Average at best.
The tiles are not cut the same. They vary in size (+- 1/4 inch) which makes it difficult to line up and install. Be prepared to wedge, force, and hammer tiles into place. Decent value for the price if you don't want to spend a lot on real pavers or the location makes it unpractical to do so.
January 15, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by sixdog one major drawback!
the tiles look good down but they should not be exposed to sunlight. a very strong odor of hot car tire on asphalt parking lot smell.
May 28, 2011