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Medsup K95 masks restocked ($7.99/20mask)

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humphreyb wrote: I did manage to find some black (Dermathermes brand) KN95s at the Costco business centre, for the same price. Much rather those than the Medsup but they're impossible to find.
I have some of the black Dermathermes KN95 masks too and they're much thinner than the Medsup KN95 masks...makes me wonder if they're actually 95% PFE. I much prefer the Medsup masks.
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humblebee wrote: Anything in Ottawa?
Nothing over the weekend at Kanata or Barrhaven.
Store reps said to call in sometime this week for stock check.
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When I checked there were none in Oshawa as of yesterday. None in Ajax as of Sunday.
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For me , these have been the best cheap ,disposable masks we used. They seal very well, bridge holds shape, and minimal glasses fog. The ones I got did NOT have any chemical smell.

If you see it, don’t think twice.
Got it on sale around around Black Friday, and kicking myself for not buying more.
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soulrebell wrote: For me , these have been the best cheap ,disposable masks we used. They seal very well, bridge holds shape, and minimal glasses fog. The ones I got did NOT have any chemical smell.

If you see it, don’t think twice.
Got it on sale around around Black Friday, and kicking myself for not buying more.
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cursayer wrote: I have a big head and I feel like they have the perfect fit.
Maybe I'm just abnormally big.
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vkizzle wrote: Nothing over the weekend at Kanata or Barrhaven.
Store reps said to call in sometime this week for stock check.
It is available at the Costco Business Centre at 1900 Cyrville Rd. It is right at the front door on the left. Picture as of yesterday, checked on costco business online, still seem available for delivery in Ottawa.
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sheyenne wrote: Many people have breathing issues when trying to double mask these.
That's my sarcasm not coming through the double masks Face With Tears Of Joy
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Nitram wrote: Been on the hunt for these around Montreal, haven't seen them but people are reporting them and they sell out fast.
If you are still looking, Marche Centrale location had a decent amount earlier this evening. Wife bought 2 boxes (max 3 per member). They are not far from the checkout counters, on the side towards the pharmacy.
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If you guys wanted to buy a large number of masks (50-100) to donate to a Daycare, for example, where would you source them from - where I can actually buy them ... (acknowledging Costco is out of stock) ...
* The gov't has given them fewer masks than they'd need to give their employees one mask.
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Im wondering, if there is a good seal for the mask, but if i open my mouth half way and the mask moves downwards from my nose, is the mask too small for me, or are most n95 or k95 masks all like that?
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milhaus wrote: If you guys wanted to buy a large number of masks (50-100) to donate to a Daycare, for example, where would you source them from - where I can actually buy them ... (acknowledging Costco is out of stock) ...
* The gov't has given them fewer masks than they'd need to give their employees one mask.
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milhaus wrote: If you guys wanted to buy a large number of masks (50-100) to donate to a Daycare, for example, where would you source them from - where I can actually buy them ... (acknowledging Costco is out of stock) ...
* The gov't has given them fewer masks than they'd need to give their employees one mask.
Depends how much you're willing to pay. Costco has Honeywell N95 at $50 for 50 in store or $57 for 50 online. Otherwise for big bulk orders, gmarket for ordering KF94 direct from South Korea, no stock issues there. Expect to pay more in shipping costs than the cost of the mask, all in expect around 80 cents per mask, maybe less if in bulk.

I've also purchased direct from medsup (but currently OOS)

https://www.medsupmedical.com/pages/facemasks
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I did not see these at the Thorncliffe store yesterday - although I did not check the "medical" section to the right of the checkout.
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milhaus wrote: If you guys wanted to buy a large number of masks (50-100) to donate to a Daycare
Honeywell N95 with headstraps is cheap and available, so start with that. Having variety is better than not because no mask fits everybody, so I'd give 50 N95s and 50 of anything with earloops, whether KN95 or KF94 or Dent-X or Canadamasq.

Children's Vitacore CAN99e (not the adult version) for the kids because it's very small.

evilYoda wrote: Im wondering, if there is a good seal for the mask, but if i open my mouth half way and the mask moves downwards from my nose, is the mask too small for me, or are most n95 or k95 masks all like that?
A mask with 2 vertical panels like you usually see in KN95 doesn't have much give to it. A 3 horizontal panel like you see in 3M Aura or KF94 can expand more when you move your mouth. The 3M Vflex design is a part duckbill and defies a panel count, but it also has a lot of give to it.
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anyone found it in GTA?
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Didn't see it last week at Markham Woodbine location.

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