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With glue-free installation, the Click Range fits together effortlessly with interlocking tongue and groove tiles or planks in authentic wood and stone textures. Warmer and quieter underfoot than ceramic tiles, laminate and wood, our waterproof Click tiles and planks feature a commercial grade 0.5mm wear layer and are coated with ceramic beads for an extra durable, elegant finish.

1.84m (squared) coverage per pack ( Except Driftwood Grey Oak 1.86m squared)

Wood planks supplied in packs of 8, each 1210 x 190mm (except Driftwood Grey Oak, in packs of 7, each 1210 x 220mm)

Tiles supplied in packs of 10, each 605 x 304mm

Commercial grade wear layer to meet industry standards

5.0mm vinyl, 0.5mm wear layer

R10 slip resistance

Suitable for use with underfloor heating

Not suitable for areas exposed to direct sunlight for prolonged periods

  • Build Quality is rated at a 4/5 for Click Flooring :

  • Ease of Use is rated at a 4/5 for Click Flooring :

  • Features is rated at a 4/5 for Click Flooring :

  • Value For Money is rated at a 3/5 for Click Flooring :

  • Overall is rated at a 4/5 for Click Flooring :

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Review for Click Flooring by Bennetts safe Gas
16th November 2019

Great looking product. This is used on most of my bathroom installs now. Its still not the easiest product to lay compared to its competitors and it can be a little easy to chip the corners. However its easy to gut. You score with a sharp blade and snap.

Great looking product. This is used on most of my bathroom installs now. Its still not the easiest product to lay compared to its competitors and it can be a little easy to chip the corners. However its easy to gut. You score with a sharp blade and snap.


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