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Old 05-24-2019, 06:41 AM
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Honest, unbiased review, Oedro floor mats

Ok, I whored myself out to score a set of floormats by Oedro, I may be cheap but I'm not easy, so the review will be unbiased (as I can make it). I thought Oedro had a spot on the vendor forum but I no longer see them there but they still have threads remaining on the vendor spotlight forum



Before pics, the OEM mats are heavy rubber, give fairly decent coverage, and can contain a little mud, water, which invariably will spill out. They are a little difficult to clean and that's why mine are so dirty, haven't had their biannual pressure washing yet.



Notice my ulterior motive to score new mats, while the old ones have performed admirably for 5 years, and the dealer tossed them in the Jeep for free, they are the 2013 version and I have a 2014 Jeep so only 1 retaining pin on the drivers side actually lined up. No retention on the passenger side or rear. These mats are heavy enough they don't move around much, although the rear one will levitate (like aladdins carpet) when the Jeep is stripped.


Of course none of this matters when carpet gets pulled (as soon as it gets rained on good) because the retaining pins are attached to the carpet.

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So the box, delivered without dents or dings. Product comes from China, land of the tariffs and all things Apple
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forgive me for entering new post for every set of pics, I don't know how to stagger dialog and pics. The new mats actually fit very well. I was afraid they would be stiff and plasticky but they are fairly supple, The coverage is better than OEM, The fitment is surprisingly spot on, the retaining clips are metal and they snap in nicely,they are easy cleaning, they are easy on the eyes, and the fronts look like they would retain more fluid than OEM. It hasn't rained in them yet so I can't say how much they would keep the carpet from getting wet.
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Pros and cons, Hey they are floormats, they look good fit good and appear to clean easily. They are lightweight and at highway speeds without doors the rear mat lifts all the way up to the bottom of the rear seat. The retaining clips do hold very well so it's not going anywhere, but I'm afraid I can't use the rear one without the carpet to hold it in place. I have had them in place for a week and still like them. After they get rained on and after I pull the carpets I will add to my review. Obligatory link to website https://bit.ly/2VFnlgh

They are worth the price at the site but I see last monthe OEDRO had a special here for 69.95 with an additional 10% off. If this offer is still good it's a steal
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i have Oedro flat fender flares, they look just like narrow smittybuilt ones and they use the stock holes.. and got all four of them for under $150
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Thanks for your reviews.
The promotion before is over. They are still a great deal with the price now.
We may give other promotions, please keep an eye out.
Looking forward to the updates.
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Thanks for your reviews.
The promotion before is over. They are still a great deal with the price now.
We may give other promotions, please keep an eye out.
Looking forward to the updates.
What is the current price for the mats and what happened to the forum discount? They were like $69 and now you price them at $135.99!!! And you want $110 representing a 19% discount?!

You're giving Ford owners 40% off theirs but raised the price on all Jeep owners? Where is the love for Jeep owners? No thanks.

Waiting for you to decide who you were going to give the free sets to (I was the 2nd email), I bought the Weathertech ones which are legendary for quality and I am extremely happy I did. They are amazing as expected. Considered buying yours at $69 with the forum discount but would never buy them for $110 or anywhere near that price.

Good luck, you might want to give some more mats away as you will not sell many sets at the latest price.
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I recently employed two fat chicks into the back seat to keep their hooves planted firmly on the flighty floor mats.
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I recently employed two fat chicks into the back seat to keep their hooves planted firmly on the flighty floor mats.
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I have a 2 dr so your mats are no help to me. Buying a 4 Dr set and throwing out the back is not an answer either because at $110, I will just buy a set of US made Weathertechs for the same price.
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I bought them at the discounted price. They fit well and I have no complaints so far. I haven't driven with the doors off yet, so I am a little concerned reading your review that they don't stay down.
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I bought them at the discounted price. They fit well and I have no complaints so far. I haven't driven with the doors off yet, so I am a little concerned reading your review that they don't stay down.
I have heard the same about them not staying down with doors off. I am sure they are worth the discounted rate of $69 or close but no where near double which is their current retail price - as if. Next thing you know they will sell a few more sets of LEDs for $60 then price them the same as JW Speakers. Ford owners get 40% off the same material but Jeep owners get 19% off of already very elevated pricing. I'm good since I bought the WT ones but it just irks me when vendors do this BS.
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I really need to learn how to whore myself out for unbiased reviews. I currently pay them for the pleasure. Expect one from me shortly on a no-spill oil drain plug as it relates to oilpan+transmission skid plates.
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Hi, I checked the forum discount: FORWRANGLERFORUM, they still work.
For the price, the ford mats are also 19% off, they are in the same discount.
You can still get the Jeep mats under $100 with the 10% discount, not $135.99.
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Hi, I checked the forum discount: FORWRANGLERFORUM, they still work.
For the price, the ford mats are also 19% off, they are in the same discount.
You can still get the Jeep mats under $100 with the 10% discount, not $135.99.
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Hard to swallow $99 when they were $69 a few days ago and for as long as they have been offered here as far as I know. An almost 50% increase on out of pocket expense doesn't fly for most people. Plus you can buy them on eBay from reputable sellers for less than you are selling them even after the huge increase in your price. Good luck though.
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They are lightweight and at highway speeds without doors the rear mat lifts all the way up to the bottom of the rear seat. The retaining clips do hold very well so it's not going anywhere, but I'm afraid I can't use the rear one without the carpet to hold it in place. I have had them in place for a week and still like them. After they get rained on and after I pull the carpets I will add to my review. Obligatory link to website
I think its very common with most, if not all floor mats to levitate when the doors are off. I run bungee cords from the back of the frame of the front seats to the frame of the rear seats to hold them down. It may be a bit of a trip hazard for back passengers but no more then catching a bug to the face when being a back passenger while the doors are off.
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The factory slush mats levitate also but the weight keeps them from launching out
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The factory slush mats levitate also but the weight keeps them from launching out
And Oedro is selling the Mopar slush mats for $74.99 yet trying to now sell their own at $109.99 up from $69.99 a few days ago. Hard to reconcile that IMO.
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Can it be unbiased if you are given something for free and are asked to provide a public review? I'll stick with my AEV.
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I admitted I'm cheap but I ain't easy, lol
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I have the same Oedro floor mats. I like them, but right by the gas pedal it bubbles out a little. You can see it on the photos in the second post. It only bothers me when i am wearing boots. has anyone found a way to flatten it out? Other then that, they have been great for me.
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The factory slush mats levitate also but the weight keeps them from launching out
^Because you have the pre 2014 slush mats on your jeep. Although i had same mats for my previous jk (2012), they did not have much real estate compared to the 2014+.

The slush mat clips on the 2014+ really do a good job front/rear. I even sold my weathertech because the rear weathertechs feel like they are going to fly off at highway speeds w/ no doors.
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Correct, I don't think the rear slush mats I got with the Jeep even reached the clips on the carpet, and they had no holes at all. Only the rear one levitated, the fronts always stayed put, no real turbulence in the front footwells
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I would've upgraded too. Those pre 2014 slush mats are crap. Might i add that the OEDRO slush mats looks way easier to clean than Mopar.
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I have the same Oedro floor mats. I like them, but right by the gas pedal it bubbles out a little. You can see it on the photos in the second post. It only bothers me when i am wearing boots. has anyone found a way to flatten it out? Other then that, they have been great for me.
That was something I noticed a while back and asked Oedro about. They had no explanation yet you can see it very clearly in their own advertising pictures. Not sure if they are all like that but it begged the question for me - why wouldn't they be able to use a set that doesn't have a wave/bubble in it, on the driver's side of all places, especially for their marketing materials unless of course they don't have any?
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Who is Oedro? My spell check keeps wanting to change it to Pedro. Curiosity's got my cat.
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Just my guess... I think its EDR.
The "O" in the beginning and end might be a symbol for jeep. like OlllllllO.

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