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Blue Disposable 3 Layer Face Mask Case, 40 x 50-pack - $169.99, free ship ($4.25/box of 50) ($0.085 per mask)

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[Costco] Blue Disposable 3 Layer Face Mask Case, 40 x 50-pack - $169.99, free ship ($4.25/box of 50) ($0.085 per mask)

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  • 3 ply disposable face mask
  • Comfortable earloops
  • Adjustable nose bridge
  • Non-medical
  • 40 boxes of 50 masks (2000 total)
  • Blue colour
  • Brand: MedSup
  • Mask Size: Regular

https://www.costco.ca/blue-disposable-3 ... 21573.html

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Last edited by TomRFD on Feb 3rd, 2021 12:18 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: updated retailer name
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Holding out for the 4 Layer Mask....
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Thanks, bought 8. Enough to last until the next pandemic.
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Poutinesauce wrote: I bought many boxes for many people all in one order. Was still far more advantageous than anywhere else.
The one's costco sells in store, likely similar to the OP, the metal bridge over your nose is very thin. For those that wear glasses, it gets foggy. Is the one from medsup - is the metal bridge a little thicker/"heavier" grade?

Edit: The one in OP is medsup (see costco's specs for Brand) as well - but the one you linked is likely different grade.
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iRSX2011 wrote: Thanks, bought 8. Enough to last until the next pandemic.
Too soon
hated on but respected.
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Group buy downtown toronto anyone?

In for 5 boxes
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Do not be greedy. Allow organizations who require these masks at a good price to buy them.
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StudYork wrote: Do not be greedy. Allow organizations who require these masks at a good price to buy them.
theres a surplus supply of these surgical masks

any organization with google skills will be able to find suppliers for these masks at good rates
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Thanks OP, got a pack for here at work.
Cheers.
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What a waste... lol buy a few reusable masks, rotate them, and insert your own polypropylene / merv-13 filters
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Great price for sure, but I find this company misleading.

I looked up the company (just to see if it's a more recent pop up since pandemic or an establish mask provider/distributor). Under the face mask products, the first thing you see is
Face masks
made in ‎Canada‎
‎MedSup has two personal protective equipment manufacturing plants in Canada. These plants produce the best Canadian face masks that meet the ASTM F2100 standards of quality.


Oh that's cool, they make masks in Canada. However, I noticed one of the mask offered is one I purchased from Costco before (the black one). Nothing wrong with it but it was made in China. I then went into each mask offering and each offering they sell to the public is made in China. Nothing wrong with it. I've used the black mask and I haven't had COVID (knock on wood).


Under contact, they have Canadian HQ in Quebec with DC in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver. Manufacturing plant in Magog and Recycling plant in Montreal. Also a HQ and a couple DC in the states. More interesting is under Asia, they have logistic Centers in Tianjin and Suzhou. It doesn't say manufacturing plant like it does in Canada. So this probably means it buys from local factories in China and re-package in their logistic Centers before shipping to Canada and sold.
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StudYork wrote: Do not be greedy. Allow organizations who require these masks at a good price to buy them.
We buy from lab and medical supply distributors. Not from Costco.
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All disposable masks have an expiry date (I imagine after that the manufacturer cannot confirm it's effectiveness - damage from humidity etc.), usually 3 years or so. So may be take this into consideration.

Edit: my reference was Hedy brand (parent company Medicom) level 1 masks (3 year expiration period)
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Lisameow wrote: All disposable masks have an expiry date (I imagine after that the manufacturer cannot confirm it's effectiveness - damage from humidity etc.), usually 3 years or so. So may be take this into consideration.
It's closer to 5 years from what I've seen.

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