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Where to buy first class masks online in Hong Kong

If you’re looking to shop industry-standard first class masks, we’ve rounded up the retailers that will ship them right to your door.

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KN95 respirators are particulate-filtering masks that have been performance-standard tested in China. Similar to the P2 mask, KN95 masks are used to filter out around 95% of airborne particulates and are often used to help stop the spread of disease.

With the current outbreak of COVID-19, many people are now looking to invest in filtration masks; however, it is important to know when to use one. According to the World Health Organisation, you only need to wear a mask if you have contracted the virus or are caring for someone who has it.

If you fall into either of these categories, you’ll find a range of KN95 masks available at the following retailers.

Top 6 sites to buy first class masks online


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1. eBay

You can find just about anything on eBay, including a selection of KN95 masks. With a range of options listed by third-party sellers, it also makes it easy to compare products and prices to get the best deal.

  • Significant product range.
  • Buyer protection.
  • You can easily buy in bulk and save money.
  • Competitive prices.
  • Sign up to eBay Plus and score free shipping and returns on millions of items.

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2. Amazon

Offering products from both local and international sellers, Amazon makes it possible to get KN95 grade masks here in Hong Kong. It also makes it simple to compare prices and see which items qualify for free shipping.

  • A long-established online provider with secure website.
  • Secure payment systems.
  • Sign up to Amazon Prime and get free shipping and returns on millions of items.
  • Bulk buy items and save cash.
  • It’s unlikely the sellers will ever run out of stock here.
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3. AliExpress

Chinese retailer AliExpress has a great range of KN95 masks on offer at seriously competitive prices. Shop both individual masks and bulk packs here.

  • Free delivery from selected sellers.
  • Everything you need for the home, cleaning, sanitation, beauty, health and more.
  • Easy to use the site.
  • Discounts and vouchers are available, and there are regular sales.
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4. Ubuy

Get everything you need for home, health, office, beauty and more here. Ubuy has an assortment of KN95 masks at reasonable prices.

  • Everything you need for health, hygiene, home, electronics, work, fashion and beauty all at the one place.
  • Excellent variety of products.
  • Worldwide shipping.
  • Easy to use the website.

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5. Hong Kong Mask

It is one of the new mask brands established during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • BFE>=99%
  • Made in Hong Kong
  • Min. order 20 boxes
  • EN14683 Type II-R compliant

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6. Mask Lab

It is one of the new mask brands established during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • EN 14683 Type IIR Compliant
  • BFE 99.39%
  • Children’s mask also available
  • Made in Hong Kong
  • Has also K94 masks available


Which of these retailers offer free delivery?

  • eBay: Free delivery from selected sellers.
  • Amazon: Free delivery from selected sellers.
  • AliExpress: Free shipping from selected sellers.

What’s the difference between a P2, FFP2, KN95 and N95 face mask?

When it comes to choosing a face mask, it can be difficult to determine the difference between types. According to respirator company 3M, P2, FFP2, KN95 and N95 masks are all very similar, though they do vary slightly in performance.

You can check out the differences below:

What's the difference between a P2, FFP2, KN95 and N95 face mask?

Depending on your location, different face mask types are more widely used. For example, in the United States and Canada, N95 are common; in Australia and New Zealand you'll see P2 masks more often; in China, KN95 is the standard. Mask manufacturer 3M, which specialises in filtering facepiece respirators (FFR) masks, offers the following explanation of the main differences between each mask type.
Certification/Class
N95
FFP2
KN95
P2
Korea 1st Class
DS
Filter performance ≥ 95%≥ 95%≥ 95%≥ 94%≥ 94%≥ 95%
Test agentNaClNaCl and paraffin oilNaClNaClNaCl and paraffin oilNaCl
Flow rate85 L/min95 L/min85 L/min95 L/min95 L/min85 L/min
Total inward leakage (TIL) N/A≤ 8% leakage ≤ 8% leakage ≤ 8% leakage ≤ 8% leakage Inward Leakage measured and included in User Instructions
Inhalation resistance ≤ 343 Pa≤ 70 Pa (at 30L/min)≤ 240 Pa (at 95 L/min)≤ 500 Pa (clogging)≤ 350 Pa≤ 70 Pa (at 30L/min)≤ 240 Pa (at 95L/min)≤ 70 Pa (at 30L/min)≤ 240 Pa (at 95L/min)≤ 70 Pa (w/valve)≤ 50 Pa (no valve)
Flow rate85L/minVaried – seeabove85L/minVaried – seeaboveVaried – seeabove40L/min
Exhalation resistance ≤ 245 Pa≤ 300 Pa≤ 250 Pa≤ 120 Pa≤ 300 Pa≤ 70 Pa (w/valve) ≤ 50 Pa (no valve)
Flow rate85L/min160L/min85L/min85L/min160L/min40L/min
Exhalation valve leakage requirementLeak rate ≤ 30mL/minN/ADepressurization to 0 Pa ≥ 20 secLeak rate ≤ 30mL/minVisual inspection after 300L /min for 30 secDepressurization to 0 Pa ≥ 15sec
Force applied-245 PaN/A-1180 Pa-250 PaN/A-1,470 Pa
CO2 clearance requirementN/A≤ 1%≤ 1%≤ 1%≤ 1%≤ 1%
Source: 3M

Each mask is also subject to various regulatory standards around the world which means that, depending on where you live, one particular type of mask will be the most common. In Australia and New Zealand, for instance, the P2 mask is the most common, while in China it is the KN95 mask.


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