Freedom MaskClip - The Ultimate Solution to the Mask Problem.
The simplest, most comfortable DIY mask kit.
Stop worrying about buying masks. Just clip it on to any piece of fabric to turn it into a mask in seconds.
Use stuff easily found at home or on the go - handkerchief, paper towel, napkin, or old clothes. DIY your own mask with any material, shape, and style you want.
Adjustable to fit all sizes from little kids to adults. You can even add a filter! Or just use a filter (non-woven material) as a single-layer mask.
Comfortable, strong, and durable. And most importantly, it works. More environmentally friendly and effective alternative to the cheaply made disposable mask. Let's make this the new norm of the mask.
Safe non-toxic materials: High resistance ABS, Food grade silicone.
Size: 3.15*6.3*0.8 in.
Designed by New York company Freedom Closet.
Made and rigorously tested in South Korea.
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It’s made very well. Better than I expected. Love the creativity and well thought out design. Makes a nicely structured mask.
It works very well even when the material is thick. Cloth masks need to be at least 2 or 3 layers, so I fold handkerchiefs a few times. The pleats and the rounded clips create a nice shape that won't stick to my face so even 4, 6 layers was'nt bad. When the fabric is too thin it does slip when pulled, but folding in the sides just about an inch did the trick. I was wondering how the clip will feel on the face, I was pleasantly surprised it wasn’t uncomfortable at all. The silicone straps are actually much more comfortable than elastics on cloth masks.
I use it mostly with the masks I already had, the elastic parts started to give out after a few washes. I can just throw the fabric part in the washing machine worry-free, it’s made it much easier to keep the masks clean and fresh all the time. I’d love to try different fabrics too instead of buying new masks which feels like such a waste.
Does not work as well as anticipated out of package. Cloth needs quite a bit of manipulation to work on device.
I love that I can turn anything into a mask. I’ve been using different handkerchiefs so I can express myself and mix it up without having to buy numerous masks. Also, I keep one in my car glovebox as a backup, just in case I forget my regular mask. That way I can always turn a paper towel or something else into a temporary mask if I need.