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[Home Hardware] KN95 Disposable 5-Layer Face Mask (20-Pack) - $47.99

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[Home Hardware] KN95 Disposable 5-Layer Face Mask (20-Pack) - $47.99

Still the best price I've seen vs. competitors for a 20-pack. I've ordered these and can vouch for their quality (even fit my above average head).

Each mask is individually packaged in a larger box, making it great for days where you're out for long stretches or want to know you have a backup.

Store pickup is usually available in 4-5 business days. Add on a cheap item for free shipping ($50 pre-tax).
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thanks OP. Would you please upload a picture fot the box? I'm wondering if it's the the same as the one sold in
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Glad to see they're coming readily available, and hopefully cheaper Costco was 64.99 just Saturday, so drop to 54.99 is welcome.
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Anyone know if the Korean equivalent are also being sold in Canada?They got the perfect design and durability.
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These ones have actually been available at $47.99 for at least three weeks now. I was surprised no one had posted about it when I searched today, great value.
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Those looks like the ones they were handing out in Banff yesturday. Was surprised to see they were giving out kn95 instead of the basic blue surgical mask styles.
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AriGold89 wrote: These ones have actually been available at $47.99 for at least three weeks now. I was surprised no one had posted about it when I searched today, great value.
So it was $2 cheaper not long ago? Does it say where it was made in on the the box? I have been using those blue surgical masks once a week. How long do you think I can reuse them for? Is this the same as those just say N95?
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Homer001 wrote: Those looks like the ones they were handing out in Banff yesturday. Was surprised to see they were giving out kn95 instead of the basic blue surgical mask styles.
I recall in the news Alberta was ahead of the other provinces tracking the virus long before it surfaced in Canada and took action to stock up. It was in the news that Alberta a couple months ago gave something like IIRC 100,000 (I think N95) masks to each to Ontario, Quebec, and I forgot the last province with huge numbers. So being already a prepared province they probably had lots of surplus stock thus why I think that's why they handed those out at the Banff Park.


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thedealhunter2000 wrote: I recall in the news Alberta was ahead of the other provinces tracking the virus long before it surfaced in Canada and took action to stock up. It was in the news that Alberta a couple months ago gave something like IIRC 100,000 (I think N95) masks to each to Ontario, Quebec, and I forgot the last province with huge numbers. So being already a prepared province they probably had lots of surplus stock thus why I think that's why they handed those out at the Banff Park.


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https://nationalpost.com/pmn/news-pmn/c ... ec-and-b-c
They handed out like 5 million masks through McDonald’s, tims and aw but those were just the blue ones. The ymca I’m at know has a bunch they are giving out with the Alberta logo on it on the pouch, thinking Banff maybe got their own or they are from the stockpile. Who knows.

Moght grab a pack of these for when I need to go to someplace more riskier as it will also protect me
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jtcb wrote: So it was $2 cheaper not long ago? Does it say where it was made in on the the box? I have been using those blue surgical masks once a week. How long do you think I can reuse them for? Is this the same as those just say N95?
Made in China, distributed by Fusion, which is based in Cambridge, ON.

This is the equivalent of an N95. I don't reuse them ever, nor is it advised to. Only use them for medical appointments or when venturing to what I consider more high-risk areas.

Even with the blue surgical ones, those are intended to be single-use masks.
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jtcb wrote: So it was $2 cheaper not long ago? Does it say where it was made in on the the box? I have been using those blue surgical masks once a week. How long do you think I can reuse them for? Is this the same as those just say N95?
We use N95 masks in our fire department and were advised, with the current shortages, we can reuse ours up to 10 times and an accumulated 10 hours, if we store them in paper bags in our lockers between uses.
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AriGold89 wrote: Made in China, distributed by Fusion, which is based in Cambridge, ON.

This is the equivalent of an N95. I don't reuse them ever, nor is it advised to. Only use them for medical appointments or when venturing to what I consider more high-risk areas.

Even with the blue surgical ones, those are intended to be single-use masks.
Is there any expiry date on the box that you got? Does it matter?

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