Originally Posted by 7NTXX
Crisloid boards are garbage. Try to move up to a real board as soon as feasible.
Crisloid boards are quite good for the price. I have a very nice custom-made set which I take to most tournaments. It's heavy, however, so I also have a tournament-sized Crisloid travelling set which I use if weight is an issue. I've had it for years and I'm very happy with it.
When Kent Goulding and I ran the World Cups we used Crisloid sets for all the boards for many years and got no complaints from our crowds, which were large and knowledgeable.