Recommendations for Reusable Face Masks with Flexible Nose Bridge

My googling has failed me, was looking for a reusable face mask with a flexible nose bridge for a better fit/to reduce glasses fogging up.

I don't want to keep spending $10 to $20 on ones that aren't great.

Any recommendations?



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    • It doesn't say nose bridge in the description, only the reviews 🤦‍♂️

      • +3

        I'm using them and it has flexible nose bridge like those disposable ones but sewed in.

        • Yep, that's what I'm after. I was just saying they don't even advertise it, it's a key feature I'm looking for.

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            @John Kimble: Just be aware, even with the nose bridge, it takes some adjusting otherwise it will still fog up your glasses.

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        The wire is mentioned here

        I have heaps of these and can confirm that they all have it! Shame that there's only two colour options right now. I've found that some fog up my glasses more than others which is strange, but they do work fine. Have had more luck with reusable but they're no issue

  • 3M have some ( I got mine from some random Asian grocery store about a year ago

  • Ah - to get around the fogging I actually tape the mask down. That worked better for me

    • Hmmm, I don't see myself needing to do that…I don't wear them for extended periods of time.

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    Uniqlo ones work well for me, tight but comfy fit no fogging. Get the L size.

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    Disposables work well for me… with like a bit of wire on the nosebridge you squeeze to it ya schonz size

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      Of course, but I'm trying to move away from those for cost and environmental reasons.

      • Just reuse them

        And wash or spray them if they get dirty

        One can last two weeks

        • I did witness someone doing this, got into his car, hung it on the rear view mirror, then started spraying it on both sides with (I assume) isoproplyl alcohol spray.

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      Although I just read this article that some experts recommend double masking, cloth over a disposable 🤷🏻‍♂️

      The video at the end is pretty crazy.

      • Might as well get a p2 masks.

        Lots of stock and not as expensive now

      • Go these instead

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    These have a nose bridge and are quite good.

  • Can recommend the ones from Brolly Sheets. Comfortable (once adjusted) with a wire nose bridge.

  • Since I've posted this, I've found three reusable masks whilst out for walks, two with nose bridges and one without. Guess I don't need to buy any! 😂