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Bonds Face Mask - $9.95 Each (+ Shipping) / $8.96 with Membership (Free Shipping) @ Bonds


Was looking for Face Masks for so long and finally Bonds have got them back in stock. Cheaper price than any where else. Limit 10 per customer.

Free shipping for members which is free to sign up :)

Protective and comfy all in one, this reusable Bonds Mask can help keep you and those around you safe by slowing the spread of viruses. The 100% cotton outer layer has been treated with HeiQ Viroblock to increase barrier protection. The X-Temp inner layer is treated with adaptive cooling for a comfy, breathable fit. For optimal protection, a secure fit is required. As such, it is not suitable for children or people with facial hair.

  • Lasts up to 20 washes. One size only
  • Double layer of protection
  • 100% cotton outer layer, treated with HeiQ Viroblock, for enhanced filtration performance
  • X-Temp inner layer keeps you cool, dry and comfortable
  • Soft, elastic ear loops for comfort

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  • Made from second-hand underwear!

  • ta….have been waiting for restocking! really & sincerely thanks a lot!! 😊

  • Note that lots of people are saying it's too big and 'completely useless if you wear glasses.'

    • nope…. tried mine now. for me its a very good fit and plenty coverage….dont wear glasses so comment on that aspect
      comfortable material seems easy to breathe…i just bought more for the rest of my family

    • My mum works at the Hanes distribution centre so we got these a little bit ago, they were too big initially but they shrink slightly after a wash and now they're fine for me personally
      Your mileage may vary depending on your head/face!

      • +28 votes

        Lots of people who are now out of work are making them… Best to support local…

        • Product Code: ZYPE
          Material: Cotton.
          Country: Designed in Australia. Made in China.

          That 'Made in China' thing is bothering me though !!

          • @P4phantom: agree best to avoid if possible

          • @P4phantom: your clothes and shoes, made in China
            your iPhone and iPad, assembled in China
            your keyboard and mouse, made in China
            try to not use them

            • @wcnmlgb: Give it a few years.Production is shifting out of china.
              My phone is made in vietnam.
              Iphones are also being made in India now.

              I dont want to pay money to someone who is hostile towards me.
              I rather pay someone else.

              • @techno2000: Yeah, Production will shift back if the economics are right. China just needs to handle this correctly and they have time on their side. There are few countries out there with the population size, and the infrastructure, to beat China. India, maybe, but I do wonder why they haven’t made more of a dent than now? I agree with you, though, give it a few more years to see what the final fallout is.

                • @try2bhelpful: Why only India?You mean to say countries without 1 billion population cant manufacture anything??

                  There are heaps of countries with lower cost labour than china which can manufacture the crap being manufactured in china at the moment.

                  Vietnam,Indonesia,Bangladesh,Brazil,Mexico etc etc

                  All the rubbish in Kmart can be made elsewhere as well.

                  • @techno2000: No one would make the crap products if no body ordered them and buy them. Isn't it up to the importer / seller who brought those crap products in? As long as they doing it and people keep buying, the crap products will be made, no matter by which countries. It actually gives people choices. You might be able to afford and happy to spend $100 for a nice kettle that might last for years, whereas others might only be able to afford cheap $10 kettle from Kmart even they might need to change it after a year. There are also high-quality products made in China too, like those expensive Smeg kettle over $300. Why don't you spent more to buy those expensive ones? You get what you pay for simple as that. But if you only want to spent little and keep blaming the products are crap, then i'm sure the problem is not from the product.

                  • @techno2000: Yup, all those places can make things, and some do so. Just because some are doesn’t mean the majority will be. All these “lower cost labour” countries must have had elements that count against them, otherwise China wouldn’t have been a major manufacturing country. Countries with a significant population have an inbuilt customer base and a Government that can regulate this purchasing power. China can afford some “downtime” by relying on their domestic market. What will be interesting is the manoeuvring that will happen whilst the world economies are pulling themselves out of the economic quagmire. Me, I’m not willing to write off China, just yet; if they start offering preferential trade deals and assistance the “principles” of some countries may waver. However, I do think there are interesting times ahead for all of us.

            • @wcnmlgb: I will decide what to use and what not to use. What makes you think that you could go around telling people what they should and shouldn't use?! May it be an iPad or other cheap garbage that's more atypical of something coming from China, I've paid my money to acquire it, and nobody tells me what I could do with it.

              Just to make it clear to you CCP stooges, I will absolutely avoid anything made in China where have a choice, and at my own discretion. If a local product is available even at 4x the price, then I'll definitely choose local where I can!

              Go tell Xi Jingpig that.

              • @CocaKoala: Wow are you upset much? Where were you when the Americans pulled Holden out? Were you really supporting our manufacturing at 4x the price?

                • @fuzor: I am not upset, but glad that we've now realised how reliant we've been on a hostile country for our manufacturing needs.

                  Were you really supporting our manufacturing at 4x the price?

                  Not sure what you're trying to insinuate here, but it's clear that you're basing it off of your imagination, and are attempting a straw-man argument. Firstly, I've been quite vocal about how the GM cheated Australian taxpayers out of our money with Holden, but that's entirely unrelated to this discussion and is a stupid thing to bring up here.

                  If America took our money, that doesn't mean another country should be allowed to do it. This is atypical of all commie appeasers, who say "Oh, look that other guy is really bad" when the lights are focused on them. Not very intelligent.

                • @fuzor: Also, it's not making any sense to compare a car to a face mask. But because you have done that, I will of course buy a locally made car at 4 times the price if the only alternative to it was a piece of garbage from China.

                  But thankfully we've several dozens of high quality cars to choose from that come from all over the world. Very different product to a mask.

            • @wcnmlgb: Mouse and keyboard made in Mars.

  • Ordered these with the socks I never got. These are pretty woeful and I'd stear clear. Only 2 layers, good for max 20 washes and aren't very wide.

    • Funny i got the socks, but no masks

    • I find that most (the LookSmart deal) are only 2 layers where as DHHS Victoria recommends 3 layers. Depending on how good the thread count of the material is then it might be a real false sense of security!

    • I should've heeded your advice hidden amongst these lame jokes. These masks really are shithouse.

  • Does anyone know why it says "reusable up to 20 wash"? Does it mean it should be thrown out?

    • outer layer has been treated with HeiQ Viroblock to increase barrier protection

      probably the coating wears off after x amount of washes

    • Yeah bin after 20 washes.

      • What's with people wastefully binning textiles when they're no longer wearable? Reuse them as rags or store in a bag and recycle at H&M once the lockdown is over.

    • If you dont wash it, then its good to use forever.

    • i feel like they just have to write that as a disclaimer… lol

      in the faqs it says
      Can I keep wearing the mask after the 20 washes?
      You can still wear it but the treatments on the mask are not supported after the 20 washes. For comfort and protection, it is recommended the mask is replaced once it reached 20 wash cycles.


      probs just wants your money after that … they have this material in their undies. they dont recommend you buy new pairs after 20 wash?

      • If it's like their socks, it wouldn't last 20 wash

      • You can still wear it but the treatments on the mask are not supported

        What is the technical support number before your 20 washes are up?

      • It's probably because it has some sort of TGA approval (At least the packaging says so).

        You'd be surprised how few uses common items are rated for in industrial/medical environments.

    • More information about them are on the Bonds blog. Maybe worth posting in the main post OP?

    • Most masks are apparently only usable up to a number of washes - a supplier I was speaking to today said that the material that the filter layer is made of is quite sensitive.

      • material that the filter layer

        Someone said it is only 2 layers? Outside Viroblock, inside X - Temp. It is surprising we got the world population from 1bn at start of the century to 6 odd billion now without this stuff.

        Sounds like a circus of fancy chemicals to keep the machines of consumerism going.

        If you are operating in a medical setting I'd say different but when you are in lock down it isn't like you are going on a virus derby.

    • HeiQ Viroblock NPJ03 is an intelligent Swiss textile technology that is added to the fabric during the final stage of the textile manufacturing process.

      HeiQ Viroblock NPJ03 has been tested effective 99.99% in 30 minutes against SARS-CoV-2, the COVID-19 causing virus
      Residual virus infectivity tested according to a modified ISO 20743 method (Sendai virus), rapid antiviral effect demonstrated within 2-5 minutes
      Tested according to ISO 18184 as strong antiviral and ISO 20743 as strong antibacterial against enveloped viruses and bacteria
      Certified as safe and sustainable as all its ingredients are cosmetic grade, bio-based (72% bio-based carbon) and recycled
      EU REACH and US FIFRA compliant, OEKOTEX® certified, ZDHC and bluesign® homologized
      Treated textile articles are compliant with EU BPR and US EPA
      HeiQ Viroblock FFP2 respirator masks with antiviral and antimicrobial surface are US FDA approved.
      Suitable for all fiber types, from medical nonwovens (e.g. face masks) to fabrics for clothing and home textiles
      For washable fabrics: Lasts at least 30 gentle washes at 60°C (140°F)
      Hypoallergenic, provides a self-sanitizing and germ resistant surface

  • +3 votes
    Limit 10 per customer.
  • Does it have anti skidmark technology

    • Um where are you putting your face?

      NVM: Googled it and now IT and HR want to talk to me.

      • +4 votes

        NVM: Googled it and now IT and HR want to talk to me.

        Well, that's a bit sh*tty

  • Levi’s is already into this face masks making business league.

  • Member - $6.97 each - was cheaper for us for somer reason!

    • bonds have tiered rewards…you must spend a bit and have higher rating. bastard….😋

      • you must spend a bit and have higher rating. bastard….

        Spent up adhering to the 20 washes per mask rule!

  • Few points:
    - you can continue to wear it after 20 washes, they say the “virablok” technology is no longer effective
    - they’re actually pretty big and slip down quite easily. I’ve found them to be frustrating
    - they look like jocks turned inside out. I look like a creep.

  • bonds was selling a 3pk of these for $24.95, but its sold out

    • sold out since fri / sat last week
      get these if you need them as who knows when the 3x packs will come in…
      ive been checking everyday since sunday multiple times and this is the first stock ive seen