Hello prospector nation! We are happy to announce today that we are adding custom breaker mats to our list of products. These mats are available in two different sizes, small and large with the small mat measuring 18” x 12” and the large mat measuring 24” x 14”.

Both mats feature neoprene tops printed with your custom design and a non-slip rubber base to keep your mat where you put it! Mats are one-quarter inch thick making them easy to roll up and put away when you’re not breaking a new box of cards!

The custom breaker mats are being added to our web store this week and should be available by Friday, 9 October 2020 for ordering. Below you will find a Photoshop template file which you can use to create your custom design. When you submit an order for a custom breaker mat you will need to supply us with either the Photoshop file or a 100% quality JPEG image from the template file.

Once the design is received, we will create the mockup and send it to you for approval. Once approved your custom design goes to print and will be shipped directly to your door upon completion. Breaker mats are shipped USPS Priority Mail and lead time on the custom print is roughly 3 to 5 business days from the date of mockup approval.

Don’t know how to create your custom design? We will create a custom design for you! Design services start at an additional $15 per design – simply choose the “Design My Mat” option from the product page when adding to cart and we will contact you via email to discuss your needs. Protect your cards and present a professional appearance on your YouTube and social media videos and pictures with our new custom breaker mats! Starting at only $30 shipped for our small and $40 shipped for our large mat! What are you waiting for? Get your custom breaker mat today!

Small Breaker Mat Photoshop Template – Click to Download

Large Breaker Mat Photoshop Template – Click to Download

Paulie
Paulie

I started collecting cards when I was about 8 years old, with my passion being baseball cards. I grew out of collecting in my teens and spent the better part of my 20’s focusing on education and career. Now in my mid-30’s I have dove back in to collecting and now prospecting and investing in cards and comics as well. I like to write about ways to collect and invest and share my experiences in the collecting and investing world of sports cards and comics. I am also an avid cigar enthusiast and you can get cigar reviews and information on my sister site Cigar Informer at https://www.cigarinformer.com

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