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[Amazon.ca] Amazon Thinka ASTM 1 medical mask 16.99

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[Amazon.ca] Amazon Thinka ASTM 1 medical mask 16.99

Looks like a decent deal for a medical grade mask, although only level 1
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No clue if these are good/effective but can't find any other stock so bought. Thanks op!
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technically level 1 is good enough because they are fluid resistance
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Apr 16, 2011
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xXKEIXx wrote: technically level 1 is good enough because they are fluid resistance
So is this equivalent to all the other 3 layer masks on the market that are priced cheaper in store?
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To me, they do look the same as all those other ones.
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Here's another place to look for them.. Costco. They're usually cheaper than the average price in the market
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Is it any better than the 3 layer masks available almost everywhere? I think the going rate is around 15$ for a 50pc pack. I always see a lot of stock at places like Walmart and Homedepot.
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IndyBeak wrote: Is it any better than the 3 layer masks available almost everywhere? I think the going rate is around 15$ for a 50pc pack. I always see a lot of stock at places like Walmart and Homedepot.
Not sure, but these are actually graded and certified so that makes them seem a fair bit better imo
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jronald wrote: So is this equivalent to all the other 3 layer masks on the market that are priced cheaper in store?
No those are regular masks, doesn't matter how many layers those non medical graded masks are only good for protection against pollen/ dust etc. People generally use those for light duty tasks like cleaning washrooms or vacuuming.
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i think this is way better than any cloth/non-medical masks.
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Seems expensive. I bought a box of 50 for $10 on amazon two weeks ago.

Edit... nevermind, mine were non-medical and $7.50 for 50
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Showing $19.99, I missed it.
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