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Promoted 10-01-2015 by brisar at 09:53 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has select 3M Safety Products on Sale including 3M Half Facepiece Reusable Respirators and more. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks kilumenati

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  • These respirators have a 4.7/5 rating at Amazon. Refer to forum thread for more information.
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False. This only happens if you alter the original order or change your subscribe & save shipping date. You're locked in at the price when ordered for your first shipment as long as you don't mess with anything. Subsequent shipments are charged at whatever the price is at that time if you choose to keep the subscription.

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Subscribe and save makes the 7503 an even better deal. Thanks!
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Can anyone recommend a respirator for sawdust or dust of any kind. Any kind of dust bothers my breathing immensely. Those surgical type masks just don't work for me.
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I use the 7503 regularly and it is AMAZING! The silicone material is soft but strong. You will need to buy a pair of filters according to how much filtration you require; be it sawdust or hazardous fumes.

I paid $33 for a 7503 at a local safety shop, and don't regret it one bit.
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Subscribe and save makes the 7503 an even better deal. Thanks!
Be careful with S&S as Amazon will charge you whatever the product price is the day the item ships, not the price on the day you subscribe. I Recently canceled a $6 order when I learned this because the new product price had jumped to $28. This applies for your first shipment and any other subsequent orders.
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Quote from mike2c View Post :
Be careful with S&S as Amazon will charge you whatever the product price is the day the item ships, not the price on the day you subscribe. I Recently canceled a $6 order when I learned this because the new product price had jumped to $28. This applies for your first shipment and any other subsequent orders.
False. This only happens if you alter the original order or change your subscribe & save shipping date. You're locked in at the price when ordered for your first shipment as long as you don't mess with anything. Subsequent shipments are charged at whatever the price is at that time if you choose to keep the subscription.
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Tempted. Have been using disposable N95 masks.I don't use the mask that often, wonder if I should stick with disposables as those are pretty cheap.
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could someone briefly explain the different kinds of filters, and if there if there is one all-purpose filter or not, and which is the best? I would buy the mask but its getting a little confusing... Thanks!
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Time to get respirators for the whole family and scare the neighbors again.
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Can anyone recommend a respirator for sawdust or dust of any kind. Any kind of dust bothers my breathing immensely. Those surgical type masks just don't work for me.
Yes, these. 100x better than paper. you can buy different filters depending on what kind of work you are doing. Sawdust isn't hard to filter. these fit really well
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These are amazing. Picked up a set of the nice half-face fitted ones last time they were on a daily deal and couldn't believe the difference between them and the crappy surgical masks. I spent a few hours out digging in dry, dusty dirt and my snot was completely clear when I blew my nose at the end of the day. Just be sure to dry the mask out when you're done with it, otherwise I imagine it could build up a bit of a funk.
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Guess this dant be used as a chemical gas mask?
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Thanks. Demoing floor tile and needed a respirator for all the dust.
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Guess this dant be used as a chemical gas mask?
i'm pretty sure that they make filters that will help with some chemicals such as organic vapors.

Oh look, here's a list of what's available from 3m:
http://solutions.3m.com/wps/porta...207&rt=rud
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