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[Costco] Costco 4-Pack 32 Degree Cool Face Masks $16.99

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[Costco] Costco 4-Pack 32 Degree Cool Face Masks $16.99

Hello RFDers. I saw these masks at Costco. $16.99 for a four pack. Seems decent value. Pictures provide further details. Saw them at Mississauga South location. Note I posted this not because it is a great deal but because they are available in case people have a tough time getting them.

Costco item codes: Adult = 1459779, Kids = 1463829

Costco is now selling 8 packs online. Courtesy of RDFer FredSavage.
Kids: https://www.costco.ca/32-degrees-kids-f ... 88436.html
Adult: https://www.costco.ca/32-degrees-unisex ... 88354.html

More details on the manufacture’s website
https://www.32degrees.com/products/unis ... 8485313625

Below link has lots of reviews from the US Costco site.
https://www.costco.com/32-degrees-adult ... 69786.html
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[OP]
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Good info. Note that these are made from polyester and spandex whereas the ARAX are made from polyurethane. Not sure this makes a difference. I'm sure this will kicks off a debate here.
jasonchewy wrote: These looks like the popular ARAX Pitta masks.
Targeting mainly pollution/allergy.
I would rank these lower than cloth masks, if you want to "protect" yourself.

https://smartairfilters.com/en/blog/pit ... rus-virus/
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rgilld wrote: Hello RFDers. I saw these masks at Costco. $16.99 for a four pack. Seems decent value. Pictures provide further details. Saw them at Mississauga South location.
Thanks for the deal.

The dimensions are small (based on what I see on the package). 6" height. 6 3/4" width.
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Deal or not, I appreciate OP's info. Upvoted!
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I picked these up on Sunday in Waterloo.
They are super thin. Feels like single layer.
No idea how well these would block droplets coming and going in and out, but I wouldn't expect much.
They fit me well.
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rgilld wrote: Good info. Note that these are made from polyester and spandex whereas the ARAX are made from polyurethane. Not sure this makes a difference. I'm sure this will kicks off a debate here.
That's true, there are just so many different types of untested masks out there. (doubt there ever will be any solid scientific tests for every kind, due to the many variables).
It's similar to when I thought about reusing masks or reusing filters put into those cloth masks.
I'd say anything is better than nothing, and everything's relative.
Just pick the mask for the right situation. And being comfortable with it is important too.
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Webhead wrote: Thanks for the deal.

The dimensions are small (based on what I see on the package). 6" height. 6 3/4" width.
yeap, friend bought it. said they were too small
Sharing is Caring - Without people sharing info, these forums would not exist and no one would benefit from it. Don't be selfish.

They really need to show who downvotes so we can find out the mofus is
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jasonchewy wrote: That's true, there are just so many different types of untested masks out there. (doubt there ever will be any solid scientific tests for every kind, due to the many variables).
It's similar to when I thought about reusing masks or reusing filters put into those cloth masks.
I'd say anything is better than nothing, and everything's relative.
Just pick the mask for the right situation. And being comfortable with it is important too.
Totally Agree.
My requirements: masks with dual or triple layers. Filter insert optional.
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Webhead wrote: Totally Agree.
My requirements: masks with dual or triple layers. Filter insert optional.
What are you using as a cloth mask filter?
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I bought these to replace a 3 layer cotton mask. What a difference in comfort. Definitely recommend them if you want to stay cooler and feel less suffocated

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