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50x FDA and CE Certified 3 Ply Disposable Face Masks $27 Delivered @ William Klein eBay

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I recommend at least a P95 Mask but a bit difficult to find .

This is at least has some regulatory certification so good to get by with :)

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  • +1 vote

    Is this TGA approved?

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    Whether it is FDA, CE or TGA approved doesn't indicate the mask is of good quality.

    Need to ask if the masks are ATSM level 1, ATSM level 2 or ATSM level 3 masks.

    If the masks have no ATSM levels then you can assume the masks are no better than 3 layers of tissue paper.

    DYOR

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      It is actually ASTM level 1-3 and it is applicable for masks produced in the United States.

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      That's assuming the certification marks are genuine and not faked.

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      Yes, you are right. Got some ASTM level 1 for casual use and level 2 when there is no distancing or grocery shopping. $10 more for good brand, why risk?

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      FDA only authorises to Medical Device. William Klein face mask is made in LongTu garment factory, Does FDA authorise to a garment factory to produce Medical device? What happened?
      Beside, China government never allow FDA face mask export, does William Klein face mask Smuggled into Australia?
      Also, TGA Level is Medical face mask for Medical Use, why your face mask inside instruction says “Non Medical”. Does TGA lie or William Klein is a lier?
      Does William Klein knows Selling Medical Device but delivery Non Medical device is illegal and will be put into Jail?

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        Haha, hilarious. Aren't yours exactly the same product from LongTu?

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          No, ever, never

  • +3 votes

    200x Disposable Face Mask 3 Ply Anti Dust Filter Industrial Medical Surgical MEL = $74.80 (Please use code "P15SAVE"), if somebody want to buy this

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    why suddenly so many people sharing mask deals. I want more motherboard and ram. lols

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      Victoria the plague state.

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        Thanks for commemorating us :)

      • -4 votes

        Failed leadership. The Vic government recruited security guards for hotel quarantine through social media and did not train them in infection control. Now we have to listen to Dan Andrews everyday blame everyone else but himself.

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          Don't know why you're copping negs - this is basically true.

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            @King Tightarse: Basically - in the same way as basically a tree is a tree is a tree. It's far closer to lies by omission/ignorance. Irrespective it clearly isn't a balanced view and shows bugger all understanding of the complex "blame trail" - which primarily involves individual stupidity and carelessness. Even a nupty should know that Andrews would have had next to no personal involvement in any of the detailed hotel quarantine arrangements. Let's face it, using similarly puerile logic Smirkmo is to blame for the 167 deaths, the massive unemployment, the massive public and private debt/loss of wealth, and the deprivation of liberty and lifestyle of tens of millions of Australians. If he had acted earlier we could have shut the international borders down and the virus shouldn't have been able to enter the island - supposedly. As most thinking adults would know it isn't anywhere near that simple and as much as I loathe the sniggering hypocrite I would never suggest it.

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              @Possumbly: I directly blame the Andrews team for this.
              Specifically, for failing to take up repeated federal offers of the ADF to handle quarantine security and provide medical teams help with the pandemic.
              The Victorian government, being the slick political animal that it is, wanted to provide and be seen to be providing, 'jobs for Victorians' and this no doubt clouded their choice of contracted private security companies over the ADF or police. Security companies who promptly subcontracted novices via Whats App and other social media, gave them little to no training and let them loose. The two quarantine hotels they guarded are now thought to be the prime infection points for the second wave in Victoria.
              Did you see the 7:30 report this evening? It covers this well.
              https://iview.abc.net.au/show/7-30

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                @King Tightarse: I really do not understand why they did not use the ADF as we are already paying their wages, why add to the cost of this pandemic by employing untrained people ?

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                  @omblygombly: Dan the man wanted to be able to point to the jobs he had 'created' after the pandemic. It was a political choice.

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                  @omblygombly: The ADF is NOT generally trained in pandemic procedures or bushfire fighting for that matter. That said they would very likely do a far better job than private companies - but that's often the case despite the bs from conservative politicians and the hype/propaganda you'll read in the Newscorp press about the huge benefits of [self-regulated] privatisation.

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                @King Tightarse: Missed it but watching now. Prima facie (I'll wait for the inquiry before making final judgement) it's pretty clear where the blame lies - Wilson Security and the individual security staff who behaved as if there was no virus at all. Did you miss the interviewee blaming Hunt and Colbeck for the aged care disaster?

                The old furphy that private enterprise does things better rarely holds up under the spotlight despite the bs from the usual quarters. The same mob claims self-regulation is better than independent regulated oversight despite there being little evidence that it works and plenty of evidence of disastrous outcomes when industries are left to their own devices or overseen by close mates or ineffectual regulatory bodies. Surely the GFC showed how fundamentally wrong that is - the auditors who were paid to provide independent oversight received hundreds of millions from the companies they audited and acted no better than corrupt cops because they wanted to protect their income. The banking rc exposed similar things, despite regulators being in place. ASIC's failures/lack of action are well documented. Sydney apartment buyers are now learning how self-regulation and private oversight works in building. The list is long and spectacularly deplorable.

                Let's hope once this is over that Australians wake up from their comatose complacency and culpable ignorance about what govts do in their name to the environment, national estate, privatisation, lack of investment in local manufacturing etc. I'll bet my house that the usual pall of instant forgetfulness will quickly return. It appears that we've already forgotten the bushfire disasters.

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          Correction - a private security company paid by the Victorian government went and subcontracted guards over social media and provided next to no training for their assignments.

          The security industry is competitive and full of unscrupulous characters. The main cost is wages so many dodgy security companies will do almost anything to get their prices down and win contracts. It’s literally a race to the bottom.

          Until around 10 years ago the Victoria Government had strict tender requirements which functioned well to prevent dodgy security companies from winning government contracts but, of course, while the Libs were in power they ditched them in favour of paying less.

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            @toasty: Yes, was all canvassed in a 9 (Fairfax) article a while back. Irrespective even a schoolkid should have known not to share a fag or a bed with someone in quarantine.

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          Dan said he takes responsibility for this.. we should therefore stop the commentary on this (is that's what "taking responsibility" means?)

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            @skinny: Is that a serious comment skinny or are you taking the piss? If it's all Dan'd fault why waste time and money on an enquiry? He can simply step aside and everything will be magically better eh? Maybe not.

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    How is this product FDA certified when FDA says they do not provide certification? Does it just mean that they are compliant with FDA's requirement? If so, isn't it a little misleading?

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    …where are these manufactured?

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    As a west australian, do I need these because of Clive Palmer?

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      Yep, Clive is bringing Rona to WA (and QLD soon).

      He’ll do anything for attention, including fighting restrictions which are protecting people from this pandemic.

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      i bought this just in case: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/554289

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    Not Australian Certified.

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    Why do you recommend a n95?

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      I think it had a really good camera and gps?

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        Lol Best response to this thread.

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      n95/p2 has better protection comparing with surgical mask/medical mask generally speaking.

      N95 is designed to reduce the exposure to (airborne) particles with higher and clear standard of filteration. It also has requirments regarding tight fitting to minimise leakage when you inhale.

      But it is not as comfortable to wear because of the tight fitting

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        N95 is overkill unless you are caring for someone who is confirmed / suspected COVID.

        You may find greater reassurance IF you are extended time in very close proximity to others, though you shouldn’t be doing that presently anyway.

        For everyday use walking, or perhaps brief periods shopping, it’s unecessary.

        Each to their own, but better to ensure N95 stocks left for healthcare workers.

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    don't buy anything not >95% filtration, no information on filtration = kitchen towel.

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      Everyone keeps saying something is better than nothing. Are these better than nothing? Just confused by the information provided by the government vs the conflicting info on all these deals.