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[Canada Computers] Face Shield - Protective Isolation Mask with anti-fog for $5.99

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[Canada Computers] Face Shield - Protective Isolation Mask with anti-fog for $5.99

Face Shield - Protective Isolation Mask with anti-fog Ultra Light Weight, Direct Splash Protection

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Why this one is so cheap? Normally a good one sells for $15?
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kunamvahees wrote: Why this one is so cheap? Normally a good one sells for $15?
It's not cheap - $15 is just gouging.
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kunamvahees wrote: Why this one is so cheap? Normally a good one sells for $15?
Because they cost maximum $0,50 to produce in large quantity and they are bound to lower in price.
Thanks OP, bought 25!
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aznduk wrote: Is there free shipping?
I don't think CC has ever offered free shipping. Additionally I'm surprised they even allow shipping on this item. They have tons of items that are available online... for instore pickup only.
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kunamvahees wrote: Why this one is so cheap? Normally a good one sells for $15?
I've been 3D printing these for less than a dollar. Many others are as well and donating them to healthcare workers.
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I ordered something from CC for pickup at Yonge/Steeles. Went to pickup. There were lots of cars waiting and after an hour of no movement, called again, and they said they're not doing pickup?!? Not sure if I want to go try again or maybe I should just cancel the order.
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3D printing is cheap, but the actual clear plastic face part cannot be printers. I've been told you too have it clear Lazer cut. This item looks like flexible while $15 ones are solid face shield.

When you bend your face to look down, a proper should should hard stop you from bending down more. These ones looks like they will best instead.
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kunamvahees wrote: 3D printing is cheap, but the actual clear plastic face part cannot be printers. I've been told you too have it clear Lazer cut. This item looks like flexible while $15 ones are solid face shield.

When you bend your face to look down, a proper should should hard stop you from bending down more. These ones looks like they will best instead.
That's one way. Another is to just punch holes in clear plastic A4 sized sheets.
Not good for high speed projectile protection like metal grinding, like a lexan shield would be, but good enough to prevent spray from getting in your face if you're closer then 6ft. Also good to for intubation if official stuff isn't available.
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Noob question: Are they good against the Corona Virus? Like a face mask?
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sheriffabc wrote: Noob question: Are they good against the Corona Virus? Like a face mask?
You mean wearing this and no mask?
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sheriffabc wrote: Noob question: Are they good against the Corona Virus? Like a face mask?
Shields are typically used on top of a face mask. Shields are helpful when you are closer than 2M and are required when intubating a patient (it's messy). They prevent particles from reaching the mask, or even your eyes. You shouldn't need on unless you have to be close to someone, otherwise first line of defence is distance.

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