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Costco.ca: 32 Degrees Kids Face Cover 8-pack for $4.97 (free shipping)

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[Costco] Costco.ca: 32 Degrees Kids Face Cover 8-pack for $4.97 (free shipping)

Great price online ! Any review on quality, confort, etc. ?
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Might not be good enough in Edmonton this weekend.
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Sorry OP, but it's cheap for a reason. Firstly, it's thin as heck - which is great if you have trouble breathing but I can't believe it's particularly effective at filtering anything. Honestly, it's no more than a slightly thicker nylon cloth mask.

Secondly, it's very small for it's indicated size. Even my 7 y.o. has trouble with it - pulls his ears forward, doesn't really fit the shape of your face, etc. My 11 y.o. couldn't use it at all.

I ended up just using the 50pk children's masks that Costco sells for $10 on sale (which fit my kids fine).
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Anyone have recommendations for preschool kids? Right now I just buy "kids" disposable masks, and tie the ends to make it shorter to the ear.
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PizzaPlanetTruck wrote: Might not be good enough in Edmonton this weekend.

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For some reason I was thinking the same thing too a -32C mask. Also the OP is from Quebec. :D
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Thanks OP and thanked. Ordered 1 set.
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These are great for sports, highly recommend.
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simplypop wrote: Anyone have recommendations for preschool kids? Right now I just buy "kids" disposable masks, and tie the ends to make it shorter to the ear.
Our little one I picked up multi layer from Old navy. You have to tied knot at end to make it fit right.
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Fits my 11yr old perfectly. Great mask and very comfortable. The spandex allows the mask to fit tighter to the face than any other cotton mask we've purchased. Kids like more than the cotton with metal nose bridge.

More info from 32º website:
3-LAYER FABRIC CONSTRUCTION: This mask is made using a special double-knit fabric construction, which allows this single piece of fabric to have a 3-layer structure, consisting of a top and bottom layer of high-density performance fabric, knitted together by a connecting layer of ultra-fine yarns. This creates a dense multi-layer structure in line with CDC recommendations, while providing the wearer a softer, thinner, and more comfortable mask.
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Yzord wrote: Sorry OP, but it's cheap for a reason. Firstly, it's thin as heck - which is great if you have trouble breathing but I can't believe it's particularly effective at filtering anything. Honestly, it's no more than a slightly thicker nylon cloth mask.

Secondly, it's very small for it's indicated size. Even my 7 y.o. has trouble with it - pulls his ears forward, doesn't really fit the shape of your face, etc. My 11 y.o. couldn't use it at all.

I ended up just using the 50pk children's masks that Costco sells for $10 on sale (which fit my kids fine).
Not sure why thin means cheap. My kids tried the candle test wearing these masks and they couldn't blow out a lit candle. They tried a three ply cotton weave and blew out the candle easily.
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Thanks. Ordered for my 10yo son.
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Great deal! Bought the 4 pack in store for about the same price for school. These are basically the only masks my kid will keep on/wear voluntarily.
Thanks OP. Will restock. No issues with fit on an average 6-7 year old face.
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Thanks Op! These are the only masks my 4.5 year old will wear...
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Placed my order on Saturday and it's already out for delivery today!
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FWIW we purchased several of these around Christmas time for our kids and they love them. It's the only masks they want to use for school now. The only thing I find is that after 10-15 handwashes or so they start to stretch.
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jashik72 wrote: Not sure why thin means cheap. My kids tried the candle test wearing these masks and they couldn't blow out a lit candle. They tried a three ply cotton weave and blew out the candle easily.
Thank you for this. Ordered 2
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Thanks for your feedback those who bought them before, order placed :)
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Thanks OP, these are the only masks my SK will wear at school. Ordered 2 packs
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Thanks OP! With mask wearing, we've found that they're much better (practical) winter accessories than scarves and neck warmers, especially for kids.
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simplypop wrote: Anyone have recommendations for preschool kids? Right now I just buy "kids" disposable masks, and tie the ends to make it shorter to the ear.
These are great for my toddler son. He is 4 going 5 now. They fit perfectly and he never complains, which means they are comfortable enough.

Not sure about how effective these are. But I am pretty sure if we are talking about sending the kids to school, they will not wear/maintain it correctly anyway.

Btw, I bought a pack when they were sold in the stores. And I just bought it again online.
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