The most comparable collection from SUPERCore is their Xtreme line. All of the SUPERCore Xtreme specifications and features compared below are from SUPERCore's website.
We were unable to acquire a specification sheet from SUPERCore so we do not have a direct comparison for every spec and feature of the Modin Collection. However, if there is a spec or feature not listed here that you would like to know more about, get in touch with our Support Team via chat, email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or phone (1-800-700-8122) and we'll help you out.
Here are some of the key features of the Modin Rigid Collection compared to SUPERCore features where possible.
- Print films - Modin Rigid features extra large print films for reduced overall pattern repetition.
- Plank size - 9 x 72" (Modin) vs. 7 x 60" (SUPERCore) - SUPERCore claims "we’re LONGER and WIDER than all the other brands" but they are not.
- Wear layer - 40 Mil (Modin) vs. 30 Mil (SUPERCore) - it's also worth pointing out that SUPERCore claims that their wear layer is "thicker than all the competition" but it's clearly not.
- Texture - EIR (Modin) vs. Embossed (SUPERCore) - the Modin Collection offers embossed-in-register texture which means that the texture of each plank matches the pattern you see on that plank. This results in a much more realistic look and feel, and, from a standing position, can easily fool even experts into thinking that they’re looking at a real wood floor. Embossed texture, featured on SUPERCore's products, is just a generic stamp of wood texture that does not match the print on the plank.
- Underlayment - IXPE (Modin) vs. EVA (SUPERCore) - EVA is old technology that's been around for decades. IXPE is the latest innovation and it outperforms EVA in sound muffling and absorption.
- Scratch resistance - Ceramic Bead (Modin) vs. Aluminum Oxide (SUPERCore)
- Stairs - Nosing, Risers, Treads (Modin) vs. Nosing (SUPERCore) - SUPERCore does not offer all of the trim pieces that you'll need to complete an installation on stairs.