1835 Ferry Road, Naperville, IL 60563
P: +1-630-416-5300 | F: +1-630-357-2060
I have had the CGear-SandFree Rug all winter ready to take out to the park on the perfect day. This morning I just needed a short break from the computer and so I took the Sand-Free Rug and headed out to the park. I found a lush grass lawn, laid out the rug and took a nice nap in the sun. The rug came with a bag of sand to test it out and I got caught up with playing with the sand and the rug. CGear provided me this great rug but I can assure you that I will be buying quite a few of these as gifts over the next year for family and friends who have young kids, like to camp and spend time outdoors.
The quality of this rug is exceptional without being to heavy and without feeling like anything but a nice blanket. It is comfortable to lay on, easy to unfold and layout and looks as though you could easily wash it with a water hose should you spill sticky drinks or food on it and lay it out in the sun to dry.
As I said, I got out the bag of sand, laid a white card that came with the Sand Free rug under it and poured the bag of sand right onto the corner. With a little bit of movement the sand just fell right through the rug and on to the white card. I tried this numerous times and the results were always the same, every little grain of sand I had just fell right through. Laying down on this, it is comfortable and feels soft and enjoyable on your skin.
The CGEAR Sand-Free Rug is perfect for inside the tent, Camping, picnicing and laying out on the beach. Ths particular model that I have is a 4 person rug and they have a 2 and/or a 3 person rug as well. I like the size of this one as it will fit across the majority of my large family tent floor.
The price at $44.99 and if you thought about the price of replacing a tent floor or just the thought of getting sand in your food irks you then you need to get yourself one of these. I will have one behind the seat of my truck at all times and i can see using this at the gun range for prone shooting and I may even try this out in the blind this deer season so I don’t have to lay my gear on a cold wet ground.