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10-Pack Powecom KN95 Face Masks EXPIRED

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Office Depot and OfficeMax has 10-Pack Powecom KN95 Face Masks (GB2626-2006) for $10. Shipping is free.

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  • KN95 masks from Powecom offer multilayer protection. Adjustable nose bridge and elastic earloop has enough elasticity to make a good seal. 3D three-dimensional design with fluffy, breathable and soft material, will not cause the fog when wearing glasses. 4 layers, Made from non-woven fabric, moisture resistant, non-toxic, non-irritating.
  • Tested by an ISO 17025 credited lab
  • Elastic straps and adjustable nose clip for different face shapes and sizes
  • Protects you from airborne particulates and pollution
  • Designed for 95% filtration, provides anti-dust protection
  • Made of high quality material, safe, soft and comfortable
  • Four (4) layers of filtration
  • Contains a metal strip that forms to your nose for a better fit
  • Elastic ear straps hold masks in place comfortably
  • Folds flat for easy storage
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Last Edited by spuck20 February 11, 2021 at 03:21 PM
Just in, 2/10/21 New CDC guidance on double masking. The benefits are clear: In the CDC study, a medical procedure mask alone blocked 42% of particles from a simulated cough, while a cloth mask alone blocked 44%. A cloth mask covering a medical procedure mask blocked 92.5% of the cough particles. And don't layer another mask on top of a KN95, either. That mask should be used alone, the CDC says. https://www.npr.org/sections/coro...ronavirus?

ALERT, Office Depot may be sending out fakes. See image below, OD on right, not the same as pictured on OD and other sites. BonaFidesmasks certified dealer on left. Powecon mentions OD as selling fakes. Office Depot is no longer on Powecom's "Fraudulent Website" webpage. http://www.powecom.com/Fraudulent_Websites.html​

Not sure about the picture that is posted, but the masks that we received through another source are like the ones on the right and the packaging authenticity scratch off number passed the Powecom verification website. Bonafidemasks also provides a link to that "anti-fake check," so, either the right hand masks are also genuine, or the Powecom verification process doesn't work.

Powecom packaging has a scratch off verification number. You can go to http://www.powecom.com/verification.html and input the number that is revealed and the website will show whether they made that package or not.


98% efficiency when worn properly based on CDC testing:

cdc.gov/niosh/npptl/respirators/testing/results/MTT-2020-211.1_International_GuangzhouPowecomi_KN95-Earloop-Style_TestReport_Redacted-508.pdf [cdc.gov]
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https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/npptl/respirators/testing/results/MTT-2020-211.1_International_GuangzhouPowecomi_KN95-Earloop-Style_TestReport_Redacted-508.pdf
Authorized by the FDA
These are on the list of non-NIOSH-approved respirator models manufactured in China that are authorized by this Umbrella EUA for emergency use during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
https://www.fda.gov/medical-devic...#appendixa

From https://www.cbsnews.com/news/n95-...ke-seized/
Consumers should generally avoid shopping for such masks on Amazon and eBay, experts say. Instead, people should refer first to the CDC's list of N95 alternatives that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approves for use in health care settings and try to buy them directly from the manufacturer.

Article on NIOSH N95 masks make in USA. May need to open private browser window to view the article:
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/1...tates.html

NIOSH N95 masks made in USA sold directly from the manufacturer at the following websites:
https://www.demetech.us/
https://www.unitedstatesmask.com/
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ChineseBuffet asked this question on 01-31-2021 at 05:32 AM
02-02-2021 at 09:48 PM
this is Chinese brand
MagentaRecess233 asked this question on 02-02-2021 at 07:22 PM

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I got these last time around while waiting for shipment from bonafide masks. Office Depot had super fast shipping and price was also $1/mask. Masks also had QR code label to verify authenticity.
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These masks are very good but personally it's not much more for the two strap version which gives a more secure fit. I bought mine from bonafidemasks.com.
For me, the head strap version doesn't give a substantially better fit, and is more difficult to wear and take off, also making me more likely to touch the mask, or press and deform it. Therefore, I prefer the earloop version.
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I have not used this mask. But just from the pictures, I can see it's at least much thinner and not as sturdy as the Powecom ones, which I ware everyday. Plus, it's so ugly, makes you look like a froglaugh out loud
Well one is certified by NIOSH to actually do something. I'll look like a duck if it means keeping the virus out of my lungs.
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Nevermind, found them: Kimberly-Clark N95 Pouch Respirator (53358), Made in U.S.A, Universal Size, 50 Respirators/Bag https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NVDF...cGbRRNWMTJ

Noticed these are not returnable, but to be fair most masks are probably not returnable. I bring it up because of the $57 cost. Many complaints for the KC mask is around the loose elastic so its somewhat of a gamble. The KN95 here is a smaller gamble at $10. Yes N95>KN95, but only if they fit properly.
You can also find Honeywell and Moldex N95s around the internet for around $2 a mask or so. I'll pay the extra dollar or two any day to get a N95 from a reputable brand.
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Quote from Peanutbutterpretzels :
I'm working in my crawl space and this is great for the dust that flies around. Thanks OP
First, I feel your pain.

Second, yup.. I picked up a few extras for stuff like this and I can always wear them during allergy season for things like mowing the lawn. With all this talk about masks I find myself more incline to wear one now for things other then Covid.
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We need to remember:the main purpose of mask wearing is not to prevent and protect ourselves from getting sick, it is to prevent our spread of particles into the air if we are sick with symptoms or more importantly asymptomatic.
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You can also find Honeywell and Moldex N95s around the internet for around $2 a mask or so. I'll pay the extra dollar or two any day to get a N95 from a reputable brand.
Kimberly-Clark is a reputable brand. Ever heard of Kleenex or Huggies?
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These are good quality masks. Personally, I find that the headband style fits me better than the earloop ones. Both styles are proven to be effective and they've been reviewed multiple times for the FDA's Appendix A [fda.gov] list, which puts them way above other KN95 masks. Aaron Collins' excellent real-world testing [youtube.com] also showed that these masks are very effective at filtration without being difficult to breathe through. And, they're coming from a reputable vendor (unlike all the shady eBay and Amazon 3rd party ones). They're economical too - a good quality respirator like this can be used in rotation [nd.gov] for weeks - I get around 40 hours.

This is exactly the kind of mask that we all ought to be using. At this price, there's no reason to bother with so-called "surgical" masks, few of which have any sort of data to prove effectiveness.
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What I am saying is that during the pre-price gouging era this was a standard price for this type of mask. A mask, which, similar to its name, 95% of the population has no actual need for wearing
You sound like you're a year late on the news
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Germany just mandated medical grade masks. If other countries follow expect prices to go up again.
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thought this made from Korean, instead of China. I got allergic a word made in China showing front of my face.
But but China is quality now.. They got the best tooling and materials to make this. I bought a mask made from a mother's friend for 15 dlls... Do you think it is better than this china mask? Of course no...
I also at first refuse to wear the made in China on this mask... But honestly it is better than the wyze and others... Green color font and all stuff written on it make it look very pro.
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Kimberly-Clark is a reputable brand. Ever heard of Kleenex or Huggies?
I guess I should have specified. Kimberley Clark is a name brand. Powecome is not.
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Black ones are available on bonafidemasks if anyone wants. Also looks like the black headband style are available for preorder now

2021 is the 20 percent off discount code.
Looks like these are all made in China?
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Looks like these are all made in China?
Everything's made in China
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