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Old 04-26-2014, 12:33 PM
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Re: Husky Weatherbeater/X-Act Contour Video Comparison Review

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Nice video. Wish you could have included the WeatherTech product as well.

One thing that occurred to to me as you showed the X-Act lip is that maybe that feature would enable you to empty the mat by simply tilting it?

-john
I have them and need to dump at least twice daily in winter (I'm a realtor and in/out constantly) and the gas pedal gets in the way of doing a full tilt plus when I have tilted you end up pouring it all over your sill plate. But they are very easy to get out without spilling the soup!

RE the Weathertechs...I had them and returned them. While they have made their carpet hook holes seal much better to help (not totally) keep the soup from getting past I found that it was nearly impossible to get the driver's side mat out to dump it without spilling the soup on the carpet in the process. The problem is that you h ave to really wrangle and "pop" the mat off the carpet hooks to get the dang mat out and if it is full of soup which mine always are it will spill on carpet.

Also, I know it's a small thing but I really didn't care for that shiny non-jeep Weathertech logo. I had the mats for 1 week and it got all scratched up.

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Re: Husky Weatherbeater/X-Act Contour Video Comparison Review

Well, I said screw it...and went ahead and ordered the X-Act with the Mopar cargo liner. $270...but I think it'll be money well spent. I really looked over the Mopar mats but the lack of coverage really bothers me, even if they are much cheaper. I work outside, so my boots are constantly wet, muddy, and snowy.

Thanks for the help!
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