Yep what @bobbo said in regards to the benefits. I’ve had oak in my last two houses and with kids and animals found it was a pain to keep mark free. We had lots of digs and marks from dropped toys etc.
This stuff even though it can’t be re finished is super hard wearing. Yes you can cut it with a knife but for normal every day wear and tear it should not mark, it’s not affected by water either.
So for us now, with two kids a bulldog and a cat it’s ideal. We have underfloor heating in the kitchen and it’s working lovely.
It’s got a nice grain to it and Each individual tile has a bevelled edge, it does not feel like plastic & it’s warm to the foot. Cost wise it was £140 M2 approx fully fitted. Not cheap but it’ll last..