Tuesday, October 12th 2021

Sharkoon Unveils Skiller SFM11 Gaming Area Mat

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of high-performance quality PC components and peripherals. With the SKILLER SFM11, Sharkoon now presents a hard-wearing floor-protection mat in four different motif designs. With a diameter of 120 centimeters, it offers a wide range of movement, which is particularly advantageous in hectic game situations. The underside is made of nonslip silicone, which means that the mat should always hold its ground, even during the most forceful movements from above. The thickness of five millimeters protects any surface from scratches caused by chair casters and effectively muffles noises. In addition, the polyester surface allows the mat to be easily cleaned.

With the SFM11, there is a choice between four different motifs. The "Gaming Area" design imitates the surfing style of the 1960s in light pastel colors. The "Hex" design represents a hyper-realistic 3D depth effect. The "Retro" design adorns a city skyline with the style of the 1980s. And for the "Cubes" design, the name "Sharkoon" forms a cube in three rich colors.
Noise Dampening, Nonslip and Hard-Wearing
The five-millimeter material thickness enables effective dampening of noise from moving chairs. The silicone underside keeps the mat firmly in place, and, thanks to the thick, multiple stitching as well as the heat transfer printing, this floor protection mat has been made to be long-lasting.

Availability and Price
The SKILLER SFM11 is now available at the manufacturer's suggested price of 34.99 euros.
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6 Comments on Sharkoon Unveils Skiller SFM11 Gaming Area Mat

#1
Prima.Vera
lol that price for a bigger coaster :laugh: :kookoo:
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Chrispy_
A round mouse mat?
Novelty landfill, yours for just €34.99.

I guess if your monitor looks like this it might make more sense....
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Bjørgersson
Chrispy_A round mouse mat?
Novelty landfill, yours for just €34.99.

I guess if your monitor looks like this it might make more sense....
With a diameter of 120 cm, I'm pretty sure it's supposed to go under your chair and not your mouse.
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#5
DeathtoGnomes
I hope those arent the only choices.
BjørgerssonWith a diameter of 120 cm, I'm pretty sure it's supposed to go under your chair and not your mouse.
The five-millimeter material thickness enables effective dampening of noise from moving chairs.
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#6
Chrispy_
BjørgerssonWith a diameter of 120 cm, I'm pretty sure it's supposed to go under your chair and not your mouse.
LOL, I just made an incorrect assumption that "Skiller Gaming Area" was a dumb marketing name for a mouse mat.

How exactly does a floor mat improve your skills? :D
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