shown to significantly reduce pain and lessen discomfort
Scottsdale, AZ (Vocus) June 10, 2010
The team at Sublime believes in ‘walking their talk,’ so they recently submitted their new Imprint Comfort Mats for testing by a major University School of Ergonomics. The results? The Imprint Mats were "shown to significantly reduce pain and lessen discomfort" when compared to standing on a hard surface.
In fact, study participants saw a reduction of overall fatigue by 56%, lower leg fatigue reduced by 63% and a 51% reduction in back pain. “This proven testing; coupled with our mid-price point; industry-best 7-year warranty; and being the only truly environmentally-friendly product in the comfort mat market separates the Imprint Mats by Sublime from the competition,” said Sublime President and CEO Philip Risk.
Imprint Mats offer a solution to a problem to people who stand in front of their kitchen sinks, stoves, and washers/dryers. The anti-fatigue mats work by conforming to the shape of your feet and supporting the arches. The result is increased blood flow and soothing relief from pressure that is often felt from standing on hard surfaces.
The mats aren’t only good for your health, they are good for our planet as they are made out of a new, patented eco9 technology that is environmentally-friendly, non-toxic and is manufactured without the use of toxic metals. Imprint Mats are available on http://www.imprintmats.com and through leading retailers including Bed, Bath & Beyond, Amazon.com, LNT.com, Brookstone, and major catalogs. The mats come in two patterns, three sizes and seven colors at a comfortable price point of less than $80.
Sublime designs and manufactures environmentally friendly anti-fatigue comfort mats that make everyday life more comfortable and enjoyable while being kind to the planet. Sublime’s products are available at top national chains, specialty retailers and online. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Sublime’s team is passionate and determined in providing consumers with innovative products at great values. More company details at imprintmats.com.