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  1. Saw this while window shopping for my kids. Inexpensive and seems good for the price. @Theoldjaffa
  2. UNIQLO AIRism Facemask will be available from Aug 24 online and in all S’pore stores Each packet has 3 masks source: https://www.greatdeals.com.sg/2020/08/15/uniqlo-facemask-sg-launch Back in June, UNIQLO Japan announced their new AIRism Facemask that is designed for comfort. It is also reusable after washing. Coming Soon to Singapore UNIQLO Japan has also added that they will be making it available in stores outside of Japan. The wait is over as UNIQLO Singapore has revealed on their website that they will be selling the AIRism Facemask from 24 August. It will be available through the official online store and all outlets islandwide. The facemask features a 3-layer structure which blocks not only pollen and dust but is effective against bacterial droplets. It also has UV protection with a UPF50+ rating. There are 2 colours (black and white) to choose from and each pack comes with 3 masks of the same colour and size (S, M or L). A purchase limit of 1 packet per person daily will also be imposed in stores. However, it’s not clear how that will work for online purchases. Pricing? There’s no word how much the facemasks will cost but it should be similar to the pricing in Japan where each pack costs ¥990 (~S$12.90). Here’s a video review of the facemask so you know what to expect.