Copper Wear Mask

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Copper Wear Mask is a washable black face mask made of fabric that's been infused with copper threads. The idea behind the mask is that you should wear it in public to protect your nose, mouth, and chin from germs in the outside world, and wash it once a day at home. With its adjustable ear straps, you can expect this mask to fit most people, and depending on your job, you may be able to wear it to protect yourself at work.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Copper Wear Mask is $29.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Copper Wear Mask at the discounted price of only $5.99 for a total price of $41.97.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Hold Mask Against Face

    To get started with your Copper Wear Mask, hold it against your face with one hand so that it's covering your chin, your mouth, and at least part of your nose. The ridge down the middle of the mask should be pointing outward, and if it's not, you'll need to flip the mask over.

  2. Slide Straps Over Ears

    Next, slide the mask's ear straps over your ears. You'll notice that they're quite flexible and stretchy, so they'll expand a bit to fit larger ears and contract a bit to fit smaller ones.

  3. Go About Your Day

    Once your mask's straps are resting securely around your ears, you'll be able to go about your daily business as you normally would. You may want to wear your mask while you do yard work, grocery shop, or even put in a shift at the office. Although you may not feel the need to wear a mask in your home, it's acceptable to keep it on while you're in there, too.

  4. Remove Mask

    When you want to take your mask off, simply remove its straps from your ears. You can either wash your mask (in a washing machine or by hand) right away or store it in a safe, clean place to be washed later.


  • Black

    Each Copper Wear Mask comes in a shade of solid black, so if you're getting bored with masks that are white or light blue, this might be the right one for you. The copper threads are woven into this type of mask so discreetly that they're not visible from the outside.

  • One Size Fits Most

    Due to the flexibility of the ear straps attached to this type of mask, the Copper Wear Mask will fit most adults properly. People with larger heads may not get as much nose coverage as individuals with smaller heads do, but the mask should cover at least the nostrils on the vast majority of adult faces.

  • Breathable Fabric

    The fabric used to create each mask is purported to be cool, breathable, and comfortable against the skin, so you'll likely be able to wear a mask like this for hours without experiencing discomfort. It's hasn't been designed to be worn during sleep, though, although wearing one in bed isn't completely out of the question.

  • Resists Bacteria and Odors

    The copper threads woven into each Copper Wear Mask will help it resist bacteria and odors. Therefore, if a germ-infused droplet does come in contact with your mask, it probably won't be present for very long. Plus, your mask won't quickly become smelly, even if you sweat while wearing it, unless you neglect to wash it for a few days.

  • Machine Washable

    You'll be able to clean this type of mask in your washing machine, if you have one, though it's best to let it air-dry instead of running it through a tumble-dryer. If you don't have a washing machine, hand-washing your mask each evening with soap and water is a good idea. Copper is quite a durable material, so even if you wash your mask each and every day, the mask's copper threads may remain fully intact for years.

  • Reusable

    As long as your mask stays in one piece, you'll be able to reuse it again and again. Even after the Coronavirus pandemic ends, you may find it useful for combatting cold and flu germs.

Positive Points

  • Discourages Touching of Face

    People commonly touch their faces hundreds or even thousands of times a day, but that's a good way to transmit germs from your hands to your face. Fortunately, when you're wearing a Copper Wear Mask, your nose, mouth, and chin will be covered up, so you'll be less likely to transfer germs to them through touch.

  • Helps Block Coughs, Sneezes

    If you're not wearing a mask, and you cough or sneeze, the droplets that come out of your mouth or nose could travel a few feet in any direction. As a result, you could pass germs on to others that way, and the same goes if someone coughs or sneezes while standing close to you. By wearing a Copper Wear Mask, though, you'll help ensure that droplets created by your cough or sneeze won't travel any further than the inner layer of your mask.

  • Environmentally Friendly

    Disposable masks can be convenient, but they aren't environmentally friendly, as they only contribute to the amount of trash in our landfills. This is especially true if you wear a disposable mask and then toss it in favor of another one each day. On the other hand, no trash is created on a regular basis by the Copper Wear Masks, as users will be able to wear theirs for up to several years before disposing of it.

Negative Points

  • Could Inhibit Conversation

    If you like to converse with others regularly, or you have a job that requires you to, your Copper Wear Mask (and any mask you might choose to wear) could get in the way. It could be difficult for other people to hear you correctly while you're wearing such a face covering, so you'll need to decide whether that's a price you're willing to pay for protection from germs.

  • May Make People Nervous

    Burglars and other criminals in the movies and in real life tend to wear black masks, as opposed to masks of another shade, so there's a chance that this black mask could make people nervous. Lighter-colored masks are commonly recognized as masks that are worn to protect a person from germs, but the general population may not see black masks in that light yet.


  • Don't Share Mask

    You should never share an unwashed Copper Wear Mask with anyone, under any circumstances, as sharing could result in germs being passed between two people. Although it's less risky to share a mask that's been washed with a member of your household, each person having a mask of their own is a much safer idea.

Save Money

If you were to decide to use disposable masks instead of a reusable one, you could go through a package of 20 in just as many days. Getting one Copper Wear Mask, however, could give you much more than 365 days of personal germ protection.

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Do not buy Copper Wear Mask online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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Posted: 25 May 2020 Beth - (Belmar, NJ)

Where are They Made?

I have no review but I would like to know where they are manufactured. USA? China?

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Posted: 21 May 2020 Linda Worsley - (Phoenix, AZ)

I ordered two sets of them and they where seent to my address in az. They must be sent to P.O. Box 786 Arizona city az. 85123 or we will never get them.

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