Mine showed up today with the bottom half almost fully snapped off
This was a weekly deal, but it was posted as hot at that price, sorry you missed it. I put the other link, and is around £35.
TP you have to read that with a pinch of salt. I do not vouch for zorro, but assess the fan. TP is full of fake reviews, as I work with them, and their scoring is not all simple to understand. Like Amazon reviews, it has fake and honest one and even irrelevant ones.
For this price, it is good. The base wobbles a bit, as it thin plastic base and it needs to oscillates. but overall, I am happy with the two I got a cheap price. LCD panel is simple to use. As for the noise, it is expected to be noisy, even silent night, as no fan is silent if you want total silent at night. Even the dyson for £600 has noise which cost 20x as much.
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Spear & Jackson 15LPAPS 15LTR Backpack Style pressure Sprayer £26.29 at Zoro£26.29 Free P&P Free
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That's a good point, I don't think they tested, or even considered coughs and sneezing in that test, just mounted the mask in reverse in the standard filter testing equipment. Mind you some of the valve-less non-ffp dust masks I wore at the very start of the pandemic while there were PPE shortages the whole mask behaved like a valve venting around my face when I exhaled, had I sneezed I reckon most of it would have been directed straight up in the air and splattered the inside of my steamed-up glasses. (zombie)
The pancake ones. She won’t wear this one anymore but we’ve both had the vaccine now so a bit more relaxed about masks.
Hmmm... having seen someone sneeze through their valved, disposable FFP3 and the resulting shower their hand experienced, they qualitatively offer little protection to others (from that at least) 🤢
Was she using pleated, or the pancake filters. I'd imagine the pleated ones would be easier to breath through https://www.safetysupplies.co.uk/trolleyed/products/3m-6035-encased-particular-filter.htm I currently use a JSP force 8 respirator with their pleated P3 press to check filters, and find it easier to breath through than a ffp2 or ffp3 mask. My father used to have a 3M 6200 for woodturning until it perished, he never did find it particularly comfortable, he's using a GVS Eclipse mask for the pandemic, which he prefers.
I've no idea about the P2/P3 pre-filters for use with vapour filters, but I don't recall the 3m pancake style filters being much cheaper pre-pandemic from approved 3M suppliers, you could of course get genuine looking "3M" filters on ebay (etc) for a fraction of the cost, but having read some of the tests carried out on samples bought there by trading standards and the like, I wouldn't risk them.
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