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[Costco] *Warm* 3D MAXpider All Weather Floor Mats 169.99$

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[Costco] *Warm* 3D MAXpider All Weather Floor Mats 169.99$

Not as good as the previous sale in March (was 159.99$ from what I recall). Now at 169.99$ instead of 199.99$.

Appears to be one of the best All Weather mats on the market

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WeatherTech is the best ;)
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These are great in my Golf
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Agreed - I returned the 3D Maxspider; They were very flimsy compared to the WeatherTech and would def be an issue in snow prone areas esp with a heavy snow fall and you dredging it into the car.
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Opened mine from the sale last time, they are super sketchy feeling, pretty disappointed. Hopefully they hold up.
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keddie2 wrote: Agreed - I returned the 3D Maxspider; They were very flimsy compared to the WeatherTech and would def be an issue in snow prone areas esp with a heavy snow fall and you dredging it into the car.
Totally the opposite for me.
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I've heard the same about Weathertech not fitting perfect on certain cars - just saying experiences will vary.

Note - for those that can't find a proper fitment for their car, Weathertech universal fit mats are at a good price $54.99 - Other stores have them listed in the $6x.xx - $7x.xx range. I bought the universal fit mats and trimmed and it fits fine. The dimensions are similar to other name brand mats. 1 year Weathertech warranty, and with Costco's return policy I feel safe. My old mats got a hole in them within a year.

https://www.costco.ca/WeatherTech-Unive ... 54045.html
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Yragorn wrote: Not as good as the previous sale in March (was 159.99$ from what I recall). Now at 169.99$ instead of 199.99$.

Appears to be one of the best All Weather mats on the market
Great deal. Bought mine (on sale + coupon) 2 years ago for $217 before taxes. This is a much better deal.
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Tuxmat offers better protection, but these may be better as summer mats. For my Model 3, the Weathertech (OEM mats) are hands down the worst option.
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go buy maxliners , cheaper then husky and weathertech and work just as good if not better
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Been using mine since the last Costco sale a few months ago. Zero complaints. I've had Husky and Weathertech in my previous cars as well. Maxpiders are thinner yes but they are much more stylish. They are holding up well thus far.
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I have these and love em. Used them for 2 years now and they're basically new after having them in my daily driver.
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Can't beat these https://www.findway.ca, 99 bucks and free shipping. Had them in the wife's car over 4 years and they look as good as when i put them in.
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joefloater wrote: Can't beat these https://www.findway.ca, 99 bucks and free shipping. Had them in the wife's car over 4 years and they look as good as when i put them in.
+1. I have Findway on my wife's 2015 Outback and they've held up very well over the last 4 years. After winter, I just hose the mats down and after drying in the sun, they look like new again. A slight negative would be that they aren't form fitting and do move around a little bit, but I can live with that since these mats are much cheaper than their competitors.

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