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2 x 10 pack of REE KN95 protective face masks £29.99 @ Lloyds Pharmacy
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2 x 10 pack of REE KN95 protective face masks £29.99 @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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2 x 10 pack of REE KN95 protective face masks £29.99 @ Lloyds Pharmacy
Posted 19th Aug

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Found this and thought it was a good deal.

Lloyd’s pharmacy have a buy one get one free deal.

So if you add the 10 pack of KN95 masks and add another you get a total of 20 for £29.99 and because it’s above £25 you get free home delivery. Works out to £1.50 per mask.

Alternatively you can get the 5 pack and get another free for £19.99 and free click & collect.
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kobrakaan119/08/2020 23:35

absolutely stone cold Arctic freezingthis is just exploitation these are …absolutely stone cold Arctic freezingthis is just exploitation these are use once only masks and not worth £15 each Shame on you Lloyd's and Boots are the same with scalpers prices they really need to stop this nowsorry OP this isn't a deal its a rip offits a horrendous price the likes of Arco and B&Q etc who normally sell these for DIY still sell these for far lessi take that back Arco are also on the extortion bandwagon although you can buy a reusable respirator with filters for under £25i've used many of these so called n95 masks and many of the surgical masks in the last 5 months and they are all pretty much ironically made in China and churned out for literally pennys so should really be sold at those pricespaying more does not guarantee protection I've seen the ones that boots are selling for £30 for 50 i know that they buy them cheap per box of 30 or 50 units of 50 masks same as the NHS and they bulk buy to get them cheaper and i know they come from mostly from factories in Shenzhen or Hubei Zhuzhun (Xiantao Hongli Plastic Products Co) Hardly any from the uk even though the box says so the instructions come in Chinese in the packaging


Wtf....its 20 masks for £30 so thats £1.50 each not £15.

Not sure where you learned maths !!!
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Bout £10 for 10 on ebay they're all Chinese made I think they along with supermarkets are overcharging a lot good way to make money selling masks.
Would someone please post about these being disposable instead of reusable since 'thedvdmonster' doesn't want me posting on this type of deal again.
PizzaTheHutt19/08/2020 23:27

Bout £10 for 10 on ebay they're all Chinese made I think they along with …Bout £10 for 10 on ebay they're all Chinese made I think they along with supermarkets are overcharging a lot good way to make money selling masks.


I agree but a lot of people don’t feel confident buying items like this on eBay or amazon. Just thought it was a good price for a high street retailer.
kobrakaan119/08/2020 23:35

absolutely stone cold Arctic freezingthis is just exploitation these are …absolutely stone cold Arctic freezingthis is just exploitation these are use once only masks and not worth £15 each Shame on you Lloyd's and Boots are the same with scalpers prices they really need to stop this nowsorry OP this isn't a deal its a rip offits a horrendous price the likes of Arco and B&Q etc who normally sell these for DIY still sell these for far less


I bought some n95 masks from wicks and they were £2-3 each and was disposable as well. Is b&q doing them for less than £1.50 each?
kobrakaan119/08/2020 23:35

absolutely stone cold Arctic freezingthis is just exploitation these are …absolutely stone cold Arctic freezingthis is just exploitation these are use once only masks and not worth £15 each Shame on you Lloyd's and Boots are the same with scalpers prices they really need to stop this nowsorry OP this isn't a deal its a rip offits a horrendous price the likes of Arco and B&Q etc who normally sell these for DIY still sell these for far less

Can you share any link to the b&q ones? The last time I got some from Wickes cost me £2-3 each for ffp2/n95 masks. They do do cheaper masks but they were ffp1 masks.
They might be disposable, but no one is stopping you to reuse them. I got a few N95s when I was in Asia in the beginning of the year (no Covid where I was at that time, but people were getting masks already) and I only (re)used 2 since then (including on my flight back, back then people were looking weird at you walking through Heathrow with one).
I like N95, active and passive protection and easier to breath than the blue ones.
absolutely stone cold Arctic freezing

this is just exploitation these are use once only masks and not worth £15 each Shame on you Lloyd's and Boots are the same with scalpers prices they really need to stop this now

sorry OP this isn't a deal its a rip off

its a horrendous price the likes of Arco and B&Q etc who normally sell these for DIY still sell these for far less

i take that back Arco are also on the extortion bandwagon although you can buy a reusable respirator with filters for under £25

i've used many of these so called n95 masks and many of the surgical masks in the last 5 months and they are all pretty much ironically made in China and churned out for literally pennys so should really be sold at those prices

paying more does not guarantee protection I've seen the ones that boots are selling for £30 for 50 i know that they buy them cheap per box of 30 or 50 units of 50 masks same as the NHS and they bulk buy to get them cheaper and i know they come from mostly from factories in Shenzhen or Hubei Zhuzhun (Xiantao Hongli Plastic Products Co) Hardly any from the uk even though the box says so the instructions come in Chinese in the packaging

edit i can't do maths but know enough about masks

still very expensive for use once masks
Edited by: "kobrakaan1" 20th Aug
kobrakaan119/08/2020 23:35

absolutely stone cold Arctic freezingthis is just exploitation these are …absolutely stone cold Arctic freezingthis is just exploitation these are use once only masks and not worth £15 each Shame on you Lloyd's and Boots are the same with scalpers prices they really need to stop this nowsorry OP this isn't a deal its a rip offits a horrendous price the likes of Arco and B&Q etc who normally sell these for DIY still sell these for far lessi take that back Arco are also on the extortion bandwagon although you can buy a reusable respirator with filters for under £25i've used many of these so called n95 masks and many of the surgical masks in the last 5 months and they are all pretty much ironically made in China and churned out for literally pennys so should really be sold at those pricespaying more does not guarantee protection I've seen the ones that boots are selling for £30 for 50 i know that they buy them cheap per box of 30 or 50 units of 50 masks same as the NHS and they bulk buy to get them cheaper and i know they come from mostly from factories in Shenzhen or Hubei Zhuzhun (Xiantao Hongli Plastic Products Co) Hardly any from the uk even though the box says so the instructions come in Chinese in the packaging


Wtf....its 20 masks for £30 so thats £1.50 each not £15.

Not sure where you learned maths !!!
hotrol20/08/2020 00:05

Wtf....its 20 masks for £30 so thats £1.50 each not £15.Not sure where you …Wtf....its 20 masks for £30 so thats £1.50 each not £15.Not sure where you learned maths !!!


ok so shoot me i miss read it as 2 masks for £30 but anyway £1.50 each is still expensive for still disposable use once masks

feel free to re use them but your putting yourselves at risk by doing so

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kamranhyder199520/08/2020 02:31

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Those have got earloops = not brilliant at-all for a supposed FFP3 mask! bbc.co.uk/new…841

I see the deal masks have earloops too, another good reason to not buy kn95 masks.
Edited by: "melted" 20th Aug
melted20/08/2020 04:38

Those have got earloops = not brilliant at-all for a supposed FFP3 mask! …Those have got earloops = not brilliant at-all for a supposed FFP3 mask! https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-53672841I see the deal masks have earloops too, another good reason to not buy kn95 masks.


To be fair, for public use they are more than sufficient. The BBC article relate to usage by medical professionals. So you can still buy them and it will protect you more than the surgical masks.
liuhao20/08/2020 04:58

To be fair, for public use they are more than sufficient. The BBC article …To be fair, for public use they are more than sufficient. The BBC article relate to usage by medical professionals. So you can still buy them and it will protect you more than the surgical masks.


The filters in ffp2 and ffp3 rated masks are much harder to breath through than a surgical mask, so it wouldn't surprise me if a lot more air simply leaks between the face and these ear loop masks than even a surgical mask, negating the advantage of having a better filter.

Regardless, a genuine branded ffp3 or ffp2 mask that you can be confident on doing the job can be bought from reliable suppliers from about £1.25 upwards when in stock, so I think well worth the extra, and can be safely used for DIY too.

Alternatively, a respirator plus filters can be picked up for under £20, and the filters in those will last much longer and remain easier to breath through for prolonged periods as they won't get damp due to the non-return valves.
Edited by: "melted" 20th Aug
kobrakaan120/08/2020 00:28

ok so shoot me i miss read it as 2 masks for £30 but anyway £1.50 each is …ok so shoot me i miss read it as 2 masks for £30 but anyway £1.50 each is still expensive for still disposable use once masksfeel free to re use them but your putting yourselves at risk by doing so[Image] [Image]


£1.50 really isn't a bad price for a disposable mask if it actually meets the 95% standard. I would expect to pay similar for a proper ffp2 or ffp3 mask, or more for one with a good face seal from a reputable supplier, although I prefer to use a respirator as they are more comfortable and seal to the face better.

No way would I buy something like that on amazon or Ebay, even before the pandemic there were too many fakes and useless chinese certified masks around, and now there are far more Chinese factories churning substandard masks out than ever,


I personally wouldn't buy a KN mask unless I knew the supplier had them retested in a UK, european or other trustworthy facility. Still, at least there's a good chance that someone like LLoyds, will have done so, which is more than you can say for any ebay sellers.

I reuse disposable masks for protection from dust, don't see any reason not too, providing the dust is not something highly toxic, like asbestos. The Covid virus is supposed to break down in a few days, if allowed to dry out, so I can't see why a disposable mask can't be used several times, especially if you've got half a dozen to cycle through.
I’ve only used two disposable masks since they were first made compulsory on buses on 15 June and then only because the elastic snapped on the first one.

I used to fly long haul a lot and always had a head cold on arrival so started wearing a mask but it made no difference. Did some research and found out that the biggest cause for catching colds on planes is contaminated surfaces. So I stopped wearing a mask and started sanitising my hands... no more head colds on arrival.

Forget masks and keep your hands clean (unless you’re in unavoidable close proximity of other people for any period of time). You won’t catch covid passing someone in the street or driving your car
I fit masks for a living. Please dont buy these thinking they will give you any more protection than a surgical mask. I wont go into all the boring H&S stuff but if you are looking to comply with the law get a surgical masks, scarf or similar, they will all do pretty much the same thing. If you want more protection then get professionally fitted and you will see the difference. FFP3 / FFP2 / N95 masks are only necessary if carrying out an aerosol generating procedure (if you dont know what it is then its a good sign you dont need one). Wearing a masks in public is predominantly to protect others in case you cough / sneeze and offers negligable protection to the wearer. KN95 masks are cheap copies trying to cash in and Im shocked reputable companies are selling them and for such a ridiculous price.
sweetazanutjutt_.20/08/2020 08:59

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Nope, meant £15 each, replied above as misread it which is fair enough.
Seemed to have a complete meltdown over it though
liuhao19/08/2020 23:45

Can you share any link to the b&q ones? The last time I got some from …Can you share any link to the b&q ones? The last time I got some from Wickes cost me £2-3 each for ffp2/n95 masks. They do do cheaper masks but they were ffp1 masks.


Ffp1 are no good for Covid-19
HappyShopper20/08/2020 01:59

FYI, before you buy: …FYI, before you buy: https://www.hse.gov.uk/safetybulletins/use-of-face-masks-designated-kn95.htm


This is only a work place bulletin KN95 is better than a regular surgical face covering any day of the week.
melted20/08/2020 05:23

The filters in ffp2 and ffp3 rated masks are much harder to breath …The filters in ffp2 and ffp3 rated masks are much harder to breath through than a surgical mask, so it wouldn't surprise me if a lot more air simply leaks between the face and these ear loop masks than even a surgical mask, negating the advantage of having a better filter. Regardless, a genuine branded ffp3 or ffp2 mask that you can be confident on doing the job can be bought from reliable suppliers from about £1.25 upwards when in stock, so I think well worth the extra, and can be safely used for DIY too. Alternatively, a respirator plus filters can be picked up for under £20, and the filters in those will last much longer and remain easier to breath through for prolonged periods as they won't get damp due to the non-return valves.


Are you joking a ffp2 or ffp3 your lucky to find them under £5 pre covid you could buy a box full for £25 now your lucky to buy 1
Matzi200002/09/2020 17:55

Are you joking a ffp2 or ffp3 your lucky to find them under £5 pre covid …Are you joking a ffp2 or ffp3 your lucky to find them under £5 pre covid you could buy a box full for £25 now your lucky to buy 1



Out of stock, but £2.50 for two P3 @ screwfix screwfix.com/p/j…27k


In stock at my local for £2.50 for one ffp2 screwfix.com/p/j…472


I've used one of those P2 ones, smell of glue/ rubber from the face seal a bit .

Nice quality 3M masks were more expensive.

Better off with a respirator, this JSP one is £23 @ screwfix in stock for delivery, but I have seen it a few weeks back for £18 elsewhere screwfix.com/p/j…63f
Edited by: "melted" 2nd Sep
Matzi200002/09/2020 17:51

Ffp1 are no good for Covid-19


An ffp1 mask would reduce your level of exposure, and viral load is believed to be one of the factors on whether it kills you or not.

FFP2 or better obviously preferable, but ffp1 should be at least similar protection to a surgical mask, save for no waterproof barrier.
Edited by: "melted" 2nd Sep
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