For years I have been buying cheap ($30) plastic desk-chair-plastic-thingy that go on the carpet to support the casters. I am 145-lb and the chair pro bably another 20, so not a great load at best.
But, the mat always makes divots where I mostly position the chair, not ide al but not a real problem until I want to roll a little to one side or an i nch or so back. The divots are my home and will not let me have my way.
Recently Amazon had a deal on a chair-plastic-thingy that did not give way to divots so splashed the cash. Amazing stuff, but now I have another probl em and are wishing for divots again. The chair no longer stays put in anyon e position. It slowly moves wherever my most frequent movement is toward an d lately that is backwards. So, I find myself eventually typing at stretche d arms length over a five minute period.
I am on the verge of tossing this lovely mat-thingy and going back to a Div ot-Master 5000.
I love the freedom of movement when I want it, but hate the freedom of move ment when I don't. I have thought of stitching some Velcro to my jeans leg and gluing the Velcro other half underneath the desktop. But -- there has t o be a better solution. Yes?