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Item # VS3684, VS3685, VS5720, VS5721
Therapist PickThis crash mat provides a soft landing for sensory seeking kids. Makes for a great addition to your clinic or even in your basement for sleepovers.
- 5' x 5' (Large): 30" Deep. Supports up to 160 lbs. Weighs 35 lbs.
- 3' x 4' (Small): 25" Deep. Supports up to 100 lbs. Weighs 20 lbs.
- Phthalate, lead and BPA-free. Meets CA 117 Flammability Standard
- Pad: Nylon exterior, foam interior. Surface wash. Air dry.
- Cover: Machine wash.
Great purchaseMy son loves it!Read MoreFantastic"Great, so happy I found what I was looking for"Read MoreCrash Mat (5' x 5')The kid loves it!!!! So do I. Great item for a child to burn up energy without going outside in the heat or cold. Also good place for summersaults, flips, etc. Thick and protective.Read MoreVery densePurchased when my son was 3, now 4 and still loves it. He's sensory seeking and loves running into the couch and us, so the crash mat has given him an appropriate outlet. Only negative thing for us, is that it's very dense and stiff. I was hoping he could sink into it a little more.Read MoreCrash MatThe kid loves it!!!! So do I. Great item for a child to burn up energy without going outside in the heat or cold. Also good place for summersaults, flips, etc. Thick and protectiveRead MoreAwesome padGot it for my son with sensory issues but both my boys and their friends love it! The only thing I dont like about it is that it slides every time they crash on it.Read MoreCrash MatWell crafted, strong seems, heavy fabric, quality foam and it seems bigger than actual size so you are for sure getting your moneys worth with this one and this is with out included the hours of play (therapy) the family will have. This mat has brought together our two spectrum children in play like nothing else has :)Read MoreCrash MatI purchased this crashpad for my son (almost 7 yrs old) who has Autism and craves sensory input. We've had it for 4 days and it has already changed our lives. I bought it in hopes of replacing the huge piles of blankets, pillows and stuffed animals he has dragged out to my living room for the last few years on a daily basis so that he can roll around in them to calm down. It was such a battle to keep my house from looking like a weird bed linens and stuffed animal hoarder's house. The crash pad has solved this issue for me. Now, for my son... he loves the crash pad. He's even been falling asleep on it. We were having to have either my husband or myself lay with him until he was asleep. Now, thanks to the crashpad, he's falling asleep all on his own. Thank you, Fun and Function for making this product available!Read MoreCrash MatOur clients love crashing on it. Haven't had a spill on it yet, but would seem easy to clean. Fun and Function had the best price after shopping around.Read MoreCrash MatWe bought a crash mat for our 8 year old son with a sensory processing disorder. It is definitely worth its weight in gold for the needs of our son. Often he opts to sleep on this mat instead of his bed. He drags the crash mat all over the house. The crash mat has also provided for social opportunities for our son who also struggles with social communication.Read More
Answered QuestionsU market this item for sensory issues, is this may good for falling off rock climbing wall, 7 ft of the ground?I purchased a crash mat a while ago. How long does it take to fully expand for jumping, and should I just open it up for expanding to occur? How about folding it up again? Does it require an air pump?Diana / Mar 18, 2017This really depends on how long ago you purchased this item. Usually the pad doesn't stay in its compressed form for a long time. If the pad was shipped litterally months ago, and is still in its compressed form, it could take much longer to expand.
It usually takes about 24 hours for the foam to decompress fully.
Once it expands to it regular size, you will NOT be able to fold it.
No air pump is required. Just remove the outer plastic wrap, and it will expand.Bayla Bernhardt, Customer Service / Mar 20, 2017It appears the cover is not machine washable. Is it only spot clean or can it be put in the washing machine?Crystal Goodrich / Jun 8, 2016Hi, A few questions: Where is this product made? Has the foam or any of the materials used in this product been treated with flame retardants? If so, what kind of flame retardants?Hi there,
I am wondering if your mats are water-proof or water-resistant, either with or without the cover? I am asking because I am looking for a mat for outdoor use, and thinking we are bound to leave it outside at some point, where it will get hit by the sprinklers - will this ruin the mat?
is there a weight limit or maximum height from which to land on it ?
Thank you!sarah / Apr 4, 2016The material is water “RESISTANT”. Meaning if you spill on it, the liquid will pool on the surface and will wipe away clean.
However, if you leave the water on the fabric for any length of time, the liquid WILL seep into the pad, and you can damage the foam, and mold can form. Just 1 rainstorm with the pad is left outside and it will NEVER recover. This is not advisable.
There is no maximum height requirement, but we limit the weight capacity to 250lbs. Jumping out of a tree onto the pad is NOT recommended.Adina Kuhnreich, Customer Service / Apr 5, 2016