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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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Quote from Teclo :
Does anyone have tips on re-using them, or is that not recommended?
Yes. I use the headband style since they seal better and have had zero issues. I use them maybe...10 times, 4 days apart and rotate them. This is the only reasonably priced, approved brand that fits well. For me. No COVID and I'm out in a grocery store once to twice per week but early A.M. staying away from people. This is NOT intended use or following correct instructions but I still "feel" even with reduced protection that the seal alone is far, far better than the surgical or cloth masks most wear.
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I wore those type of masks (medical certified though) back when I volunteered at a hospital. When I was shown how to wear a respirator, that style of mask was the easiest to get a perfect seal. A big reason is the nose area does not have a crease. They are one of the few designs where size isn't critical to getting a good fit. You don't need a large or small version of that mask, it just fits most faces.
yes, I think there is quite leap to a medical grade duckbill style, these were rated for fine dust. I may give them another chance but first impression was pretty bad. In fact I did get a full refund from Prime despite their policy. Chat made an exception and I can keep them with full refund. Of course YMMV on that, $63 was a pretty big deal.

Live and learn, they are large enough for double masking should one get to that point. I'm not quite at the face shield stage but I do have them.
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For those that don't believe in masks, no need to argue about what type of mask is better. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Quote from Glee217 :
Agreed if people don't believe in masks then why do air conditioning in cars and water dispensers in refrigerators have a filter and I am not including politics in this lol 😂
People who don't believe in masks protecting their health have looked at the sizes of virus particles versus what the masks filter, and perhaps efficacy testing. They also believe in their immune systems.

Particulate contaminants come in all sizes and filters in air conditioners capture larger particles. Water filters are a whole different thing and largely use different techniques than air filters (activated carbon and ionic resins versus simple filters with small openings, though reverse osmosis is more like an air filter).

But regardless of anything else, people still have a reason to wear masks: government mandates.
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Unable to replicate. Keep getting the following error.

"Address lines can not contain more than 25 characters. Your shipping address has been modified. Please review your address if you require any further changes."

There's no issue with my address. Seems like the site is bugged and not allowing any orders.
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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.
Thanks! I prefer the headband too for the tighter fit.

Grabbed 20 of those for $20.65 shipped using the StaySave7 coupon code....which cut 7% off.
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I got 30 of these masks from Bona Fide Masks for a little over $23. The masks are decent; I wasn't terribly impressed when I first pulled one out, but it fits my face well, and works under my cloth masks, so I think it'll make a good double-mask situation for work and grocery shopping. As for the seller, I was very happy with them. I had an issue with USPS, and they were extremely responsive.
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yes, I think there is quite leap to a medical grade duckbill style, these were rated for fine dust. I may give them another chance but first impression was pretty bad. In fact I did get a full refund from Prime despite their policy. Chat made an exception and I can keep them with full refund. Of course YMMV on that, $63 was a pretty big deal.

Live and learn, they are large enough for double masking should one get to that point. I'm not quite at the face shield stage but I do have them.
There isn't that big of a leap as far as construction goes. Medical grade just have an extra coating on them, so they can withstand being wet and still filter okay for a short while.
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There isn't that big of a leap as far as construction goes. Medical grade just have an extra coating on them, so they can withstand being wet and still filter okay for a short while.
medical grade would have better straps too. They cut a lot of corners on the N95 KC brand. They were NIOSH approved for dust particles. I prefer FDA cone style.
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