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Faceshield (2 types) $20 for 10 or $35 for 5

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[Costco] Faceshield (2 types) $20 for 10 or $35 for 5

Face Shields just came in Costco Markham East today (apparently multiple locations)

$20 for 10 pc (cheaper thin flexible shield, stretch strap)

$35 for 5 pc (hard plastic shield, adjustable strap)

P.s. if you buy the cheaper one don't forget to pull off the protector film from the shield.... At first I thought it was super fuzzy and dirty and was about to turn it
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Last edited by chun_man17 on Jul 22nd, 2020 1:48 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Can anyone make out the item #s so that we can call our local costco for inventory check?

thanks OP
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I also saw this at lunch at Elgin Mills location. In the pharmacy section before the checkout.
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Billy Bishop/Yorkdale had at least 2 dozen left this afternoon.
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Saw it at Etobicoke locations yesterday. It was in the front piles, closer to where their cash registers are.
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Thank you
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neonic wrote: bit off topic but how crowded is there nowadays?
They let more people in than before. Feels a bit more crowded inside.
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What’s the consensus of mask vs shield if it’s one or the other? I know both together is best but too much work already. I’ve seen a few people just shield and I’m thinking air is going to go straight up from under but maybe not.
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jrshopper wrote: Can anyone make out the item #s so that we can call our local costco for inventory check?

thanks OP
I can't make out the full inventory number from OP's pictures, but this is the label on the 10-for-$19.99 face shields if it helps!

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stevepoint wrote: What’s the consensus of mask vs shield if it’s one or the other? I know both together is best but too much work already. I’ve seen a few people just shield and I’m thinking air is going to go straight up from under but maybe not.
I wear a face shield + N95 + Gloves and a garbage bag. I just assume everyone has covid these days.
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stevepoint wrote: What’s the consensus of mask vs shield if it’s one or the other? I know both together is best but too much work already. I’ve seen a few people just shield and I’m thinking air is going to go straight up from under but maybe not.
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stevepoint wrote: What’s the consensus of mask vs shield if it’s one or the other? I know both together is best but too much work already. I’ve seen a few people just shield and I’m thinking air is going to go straight up from under but maybe not.
Definitely mask, if you had to choose only one.

It's a respiratory virus, even if you get infected through your eyes, it will be less severe than breathing in the virus.
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hariesh wrote:
That’s not exactly scientific. He blows downward with the shield which of course it’s open and unless it’s a kid no ones getting it in the face
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Do these types of face shields count as fave coverings for the purposes of recent bylaw enactments around Canada (acknowledge that each jurisdiction may be a bit different)?
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stevepoint wrote: What’s the consensus of mask vs shield if it’s one or the other? I know both together is best but too much work already. I’ve seen a few people just shield and I’m thinking air is going to go straight up from under but maybe not.
‘Only those with plastic visors were infected’: Swiss government warns against face shields
“It has been shown that only those employees who had plastic visors were infected. There was not a single infection among employees with a mask.”
https://www.thelocal.ch/20200715/only-t ... e-shields/
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TomRFD wrote: Hopefully Scarborough has these when I stop by.
Markham East have it (Markham Road ans 14th ave)
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Spinner wrote: ‘Only those with plastic visors were infected’: Swiss government warns against face shields
“It has been shown that only those employees who had plastic visors were infected. There was not a single infection among employees with a mask.”
https://www.thelocal.ch/20200715/only-t ... e-shields/
Thanks guess that answers it for me, just mask for now

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