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HALYARD FLUIDSHIELD N95 Respirators, ASTM Level 3 Face Mask, Regular Size, Orange, 46727 (Box of 35) Industrial & Scientific

(20 customer reviews)

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All HALYARD* N95s are Made in the Americas, unlike suppliers who rely on supply from Asia. Our duckbill breathing chamber is more than twice as large as the leading competitive N95, and exceeds NIOSH standards for breathability. Straps are bonded, not stapled to the mask – Malleable, adjustable nose wire for customized fit 100% natural rubber latex-free – Easy storage, folds flat without crushing – Protecting healthcare staff since 1997

20 reviews for HALYARD FLUIDSHIELD N95 Respirators, ASTM Level 3 Face Mask, Regular Size, Orange, 46727 (Box of 35) Industrial & Scientific

  1. Tom Thomas

    This is the real deal. U.S. made, U.S. company. Fits perfect. Seals Perfect. (I have a big head too.) I’ve tried about 5 different N95 masks and many KN95 (all made in China). This is the best, and authorized for medical use.It also is Level 3, which is the highest resistance to fluids.Price is cheap. Quality is perfect.I was using 3M N95 masks before the pandemic started. I still have many. This is far superior.Ignore bad reviews from others. Ignore bad reviews advising you to go to questionable websites. Bad reviews are probably cheap competitors selling cheap chinese masks. Look up Halyard company. You will see this is real. MADE IN USA, NOT CHINA.

  2. Tom Thomas

    This is the real deal. U.S. made, U.S. company. Fits perfect. Seals Perfect. (I have a big head too.) I’ve tried about 5 different N95 masks and many KN95 (all made in China). This is the best, and authorized for medical use.It also is Level 3, which is the highest resistance to fluids.Price is cheap. Quality is perfect.I was using 3M N95 masks before the pandemic started. I still have many. This is far superior.Ignore bad reviews from others. Ignore bad reviews advising you to go to questionable websites. Bad reviews are probably cheap competitors selling cheap chinese masks. Look up Halyard company. You will see this is real. MADE IN USA, NOT CHINA.

  3. Sitim

    This is the same brand and item number that I have used in hospitals whilst taking care of patients on respiratory/droplet precautions for the last 15 years. It is meant to be a “tight” fit to reduce potential exposure to airborne pathogens. However, for one to know their size, they must undergo a “fit test,” which is usually conducted for Healthcare providers in facilities. It is difficult to place the n95 mask on due to its design and the headbands. There are instructions in the pamphlet that is in the package. Over time, it gets easier to place the mask on. The price is expensive, but it is medical grade. The box is not sealed with plastic wrap, so it is possible for the masks to fall out of the box during shipping. I am not sure if it is because these masks are usually sold in bulk, so they are not individually shrink wrapped. Fortunately, my box was not unsettled during transit. Essentially, if you want medical grade N95 masks and wear a size regular, definitely consider purchasing. I am 100% pleased with my purchase.

  4. Sitim

    This is the same brand and item number that I have used in hospitals whilst taking care of patients on respiratory/droplet precautions for the last 15 years. It is meant to be a “tight” fit to reduce potential exposure to airborne pathogens. However, for one to know their size, they must undergo a “fit test,” which is usually conducted for Healthcare providers in facilities. It is difficult to place the n95 mask on due to its design and the headbands. There are instructions in the pamphlet that is in the package. Over time, it gets easier to place the mask on. The price is expensive, but it is medical grade. The box is not sealed with plastic wrap, so it is possible for the masks to fall out of the box during shipping. I am not sure if it is because these masks are usually sold in bulk, so they are not individually shrink wrapped. Fortunately, my box was not unsettled during transit. Essentially, if you want medical grade N95 masks and wear a size regular, definitely consider purchasing. I am 100% pleased with my purchase.

  5. jecondon

    It’s cute all these reviewers who think they know more about masks than US medical supply manufacturers and regulating agencies. I hope they don’t ever go to a doctor’s office, because it will be full of products like this that they disdain.These are actual medical grade masks. They ship in the same packaging that they ship to medical facilities (they are not meant to be sterile, and would be substantially more expensive – and not likely to be available to the general public – if they were). They fit tightly or they would not actually work. The straps seem short but are very stretchy. I wear a size large in helmets – so not a small head – and these fit me perfectly. They are SO much more comfortable than the ubiquitous KN95 design that pulls against your ears, squeezes your nostrils (instead of just the bridge of your nose), and leaks out the top and sides. These actually seal and (if you have the right size and wear it correctly) can pass fit test.These are only the second mask I’ve found available to the general public that seal all the way around with no leaking (probably because they are actual medical grade). The other brand that actually the potential to fit is Respokare, and they are both MUCH more expensive and shaped in a way that will fit a much smaller range of face types. But if looks and packaging are that much more important to you than price, comfort, and efficacy, you can do a Google search and find those via other sites.I’ve worn one of these for hours and they are as comfortable as an actually effective mask can be. Medical staff are currently wearing this exact same model ALL DAY LONG. That seems like more than enough recommendation to me.

  6. jecondon

    It’s cute all these reviewers who think they know more about masks than US medical supply manufacturers and regulating agencies. I hope they don’t ever go to a doctor’s office, because it will be full of products like this that they disdain.These are actual medical grade masks. They ship in the same packaging that they ship to medical facilities (they are not meant to be sterile, and would be substantially more expensive – and not likely to be available to the general public – if they were). They fit tightly or they would not actually work. The straps seem short but are very stretchy. I wear a size large in helmets – so not a small head – and these fit me perfectly. They are SO much more comfortable than the ubiquitous KN95 design that pulls against your ears, squeezes your nostrils (instead of just the bridge of your nose), and leaks out the top and sides. These actually seal and (if you have the right size and wear it correctly) can pass fit test.These are only the second mask I’ve found available to the general public that seal all the way around with no leaking (probably because they are actual medical grade). The other brand that actually the potential to fit is Respokare, and they are both MUCH more expensive and shaped in a way that will fit a much smaller range of face types. But if looks and packaging are that much more important to you than price, comfort, and efficacy, you can do a Google search and find those via other sites.I’ve worn one of these for hours and they are as comfortable as an actually effective mask can be. Medical staff are currently wearing this exact same model ALL DAY LONG. That seems like more than enough recommendation to me.

  7. Ty

    Made beautifully, (apparently) is the real N95 (not the Chinese ‘standard’), fits perfectly (does not fog my glasses).I was wary about the packaging comments (and actually bought a UV sterilizer to individually sterilize each before use (height of paranoia I guess). But the packaging was satisfactory and the UV sterilizer not really needed.GREAT BUY especially now that the Covid ICUs are full and one does not want to die in a parking lot.

  8. Ty

    Made beautifully, (apparently) is the real N95 (not the Chinese ‘standard’), fits perfectly (does not fog my glasses).I was wary about the packaging comments (and actually bought a UV sterilizer to individually sterilize each before use (height of paranoia I guess). But the packaging was satisfactory and the UV sterilizer not really needed.GREAT BUY especially now that the Covid ICUs are full and one does not want to die in a parking lot.

  9. Dr A

    These are the real duckbill medical grade N95s that we use with patients. It is packaged appropriately. It fits appropriately if you know how to put it on or read the instructions. The people who left bad reviews were not in healthcare and were unfamiliar with this product. I am a frontline physician and wear this mask every day all day at work. I highly recommend this product.

  10. Dr A

    These are the real duckbill medical grade N95s that we use with patients. It is packaged appropriately. It fits appropriately if you know how to put it on or read the instructions. The people who left bad reviews were not in healthcare and were unfamiliar with this product. I am a frontline physician and wear this mask every day all day at work. I highly recommend this product.

  11. Cathy Ford

    Ive ordered this twice and great product both times. It is what we use on the COVID unit. Some notes to buyers:1. The purpose of N95 masks is not comfort. In serving their purpose of keeping out the smallest particles, N95s are tight, hot, hard to breathe in, and may cause irritation to face and ears. If you want comfort , use something less protective.2. Medical professionals are required to go through a fitting process using special equipment to determine what size provides a safe seal. In buying these without the proper seal-testing, you are choosing to assume a risk, or to be more uncomfortable.3. This is clearly shown in the product picture to be a duck-bill mask, having a horizontal pleat. For some reason, some reviewers complained that the masks did not have vertical pleats.4. These are not going to come in sealed plastic.These are NIOSH-approved masks used in hospitals.

  12. Cathy Ford

    Ive ordered this twice and great product both times. It is what we use on the COVID unit. Some notes to buyers:1. The purpose of N95 masks is not comfort. In serving their purpose of keeping out the smallest particles, N95s are tight, hot, hard to breathe in, and may cause irritation to face and ears. If you want comfort , use something less protective.2. Medical professionals are required to go through a fitting process using special equipment to determine what size provides a safe seal. In buying these without the proper seal-testing, you are choosing to assume a risk, or to be more uncomfortable.3. This is clearly shown in the product picture to be a duck-bill mask, having a horizontal pleat. For some reason, some reviewers complained that the masks did not have vertical pleats.4. These are not going to come in sealed plastic.These are NIOSH-approved masks used in hospitals.

  13. Del

    These masks are the real deal. I work in an operating room, so I know a bit about masks. I see some are concerned about the masks not being individually wrapped and the box that they come in are not taped closed. The masks at my job are never individually wrapped nor is the mask box sealed. This is normal. No, masks are not intended to be kept “sterile” as I keep reading. This mask also fits well, comfortable, and made with solid material. Go to the CDC website to find out which masks are legitimate.

  14. Del

    These masks are the real deal. I work in an operating room, so I know a bit about masks. I see some are concerned about the masks not being individually wrapped and the box that they come in are not taped closed. The masks at my job are never individually wrapped nor is the mask box sealed. This is normal. No, masks are not intended to be kept “sterile” as I keep reading. This mask also fits well, comfortable, and made with solid material. Go to the CDC website to find out which masks are legitimate.

  15. Kodachrome man

    Much more secure fit and comfort than KN95 masks I’ve tried. They are a little harder to put on than KN95s, but once you have learned that, the fit around the face is amazing. They are also more comfortable as there are not straps pulling your ears forward. The straps are much more elastic than KN95s so should fit a greater variety of head sizes ( I am 7 3/4). The mask coms down well under the chin (as shown in the pictures on their Amazon page), I had it too high at first. The “duckbill” does add some breathing volume and is noticeable. I really do not understand the many negative reviews on the performance and fit. I am an engineer but don’t think you need a college education to put the mask on properly, just look at information supplied.Another advantage over the KN95s and surgical I have used is the nose shaping metal is more ductile and can be shaped just by pressing against the nose rather than having to remove the mask to bend the metal for a proper fit.I do agree with one negative and that is how the masks are shipped. My box had a good deal of packing so the box the masks came in was not open enough to let any masks out but the top was open. All it requires is tape to hold the box shut. The masks are not separately wrapped which is fine with me if the box stays shut during shipping.

  16. Kodachrome man

    Much more secure fit and comfort than KN95 masks I’ve tried. They are a little harder to put on than KN95s, but once you have learned that, the fit around the face is amazing. They are also more comfortable as there are not straps pulling your ears forward. The straps are much more elastic than KN95s so should fit a greater variety of head sizes ( I am 7 3/4). The mask coms down well under the chin (as shown in the pictures on their Amazon page), I had it too high at first. The “duckbill” does add some breathing volume and is noticeable. I really do not understand the many negative reviews on the performance and fit. I am an engineer but don’t think you need a college education to put the mask on properly, just look at information supplied.Another advantage over the KN95s and surgical I have used is the nose shaping metal is more ductile and can be shaped just by pressing against the nose rather than having to remove the mask to bend the metal for a proper fit.I do agree with one negative and that is how the masks are shipped. My box had a good deal of packing so the box the masks came in was not open enough to let any masks out but the top was open. All it requires is tape to hold the box shut. The masks are not separately wrapped which is fine with me if the box stays shut during shipping.

  17. Alexa B

    The most comfortable N95 I have ever worn!!

  18. Alexa B

    The most comfortable N95 I have ever worn!!

  19. JP

    Even with a good seal against my face, I was pleasantly surprised how easy it is to breathe due to the large “duck bill” air pocket. Gets a little warm under the mask after a while. The blue stretchy straps can break off where mounted to the mask, so it’s important not to stretch them too far when putting on the mask.I felt much safer buying these American-made masks and getting the masks shipped directly from Amazon, given the evolving door of dubious sellers for Chinese-made masks (many of whom have now been called out as unauthorized on the actual manufacturer websites) .One star for lousy packaging… seriously Halyard, not even a piece of tape to at least hold the box closed, since you don’t individually seal the masks?

  20. JP

    Even with a good seal against my face, I was pleasantly surprised how easy it is to breathe due to the large “duck bill” air pocket. Gets a little warm under the mask after a while. The blue stretchy straps can break off where mounted to the mask, so it’s important not to stretch them too far when putting on the mask.I felt much safer buying these American-made masks and getting the masks shipped directly from Amazon, given the evolving door of dubious sellers for Chinese-made masks (many of whom have now been called out as unauthorized on the actual manufacturer websites) .One star for lousy packaging… seriously Halyard, not even a piece of tape to at least hold the box closed, since you don’t individually seal the masks?

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