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20% off Christmas Bathroom Mat Diatom Dry Foot for Shower 60x39cm $32 (Was $38.99) @ Au.kmest eBay

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A special Christmas bathroom mat for Christmas.
The Christmas patten bath mat is down from $38.99 to $32.

This diatom mat drys foot instantly, leave the bathroom clean and dry.
Easy rinse and dry, never worry about how to clean the shower rug again.

*Sales end 13th Dec, while stock last.

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  • +12 votes

    What is the picture in the thumbnail supposed to be?

  • +6 votes

    "If the bending phenomenon occurs, the turning surface is placed in a flat position to be stored"

    Amazing.

  • +2 votes

    I was wondering what a diatom mat was so went into the listing to determine that diatom is short for diatomaceous. Looked it up on Google like a good internet user and "diatomaceous is a naturally occurring, soft, siliceous sedimentary rock that is easily crumbled into a fine white to off-white powder."

    OP, what on earth is this?

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    There are four similar looking products, that are cheaper, on the page at the link.

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      They are different size, and different design.
      This product is in Australia, so can delivery before Xmas. :)

  • +1 vote

    What has this product got to do with Christmas?

  • +6 votes

    T H E
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  • +4 votes

    Drying your feet with a towel is so primitive

  • +1 vote

    could not figure out what that UFO looking thing is.

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      Haha I was confused too until I realised they were trying to illustrate that it was soft as a pillow.

      • +6 votes

        Damn, that's a shame.

        I thought it was some type of space age gel product that swallowed your feet and when you pulled them out they would be completely dry.

    • +3 votes

      lol i thought it was like a hand drier for feet

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      An idea to drive attention. lol
      It's actually hard surface, not soft.

  • +2 votes

    So is the product a mat or that ufo?

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    Orgasmic mat!

  • +2 votes

    FYI, I think these are hard mats, something akin to a big flat but smoother pumice stone that is somewhat pourous.
    Just making those aware that may think it's soft like a regular bath 'mat'.

  • +2 votes

    have one of these, (wife bought a couple in varying sizes) let's say it feels like stepping on gyprock without the paper. its a smooth hard texture. basically it's meant to absorb the water quickly from where you touch it. to this day (after more than 6 months) I still don't get what it does. I "think" I leave slightly less dark foot prints on the carpet by stepping on it first coming out of the shower than without.

  • +1 vote

    At first i thought the cloud like object was for sale and got interested, then i read the ebay ad that its the matt under the rainbow cloud.

  • -2 votes

    24 comments and no upvotes, typical ozbargain snark

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    I have something like this a few years ago. My experience with the one i got is that it works really well for the first 4-6 months, then it doesn't absorb as well as it did.

    During the first few months, it does absorb moisture very well. So instead of putting a floor mat/towel to dry your feet (and avoid slipping) that needs to be replaced/washed regularly, you can use this instead that works better and doesn't require much maintenance.

    However, here in Australia, given how dry the weather is here, even if we use a floor mat/towel, if we just hang it up afterwards, the mat would dry in a matter of couple hrs anyways.

    This probably is more attractive for areas with high humidity.

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    Recommended to place a towel or similar under this if used on a "smooth floor".

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    … 1 up vote. guess not then :D

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