• GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
  • GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
  • GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
  • GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
  • GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
  • GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
  • GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
  • GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
  • GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included
GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included

GVS SPR457 Elipse P100 Dust Half Mask Respirator with replaceable and reusable filters included

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  • Range of extremely light masks (130g), that fit perfectly to the shape of the face, without hindering the user
  • A unique and low profile filter, designed to fit the contours of your face to give the user the an unobstructed field of vision
  • Low breathing resistance to reduce the risk of user fatigue and to add additional comfort, thanks to pleated HEPA filters
  • NIOSH Approved TC-84A-6949
  • Made from soft thermo-plastic elastomer that is hypo allergenic (without latex, silicone and odor free) with an easy to adjust head band

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Definitely recommended I was recently diagnosed with allergy asthma so I have zero tolerance for breathing in anything pure air but my main activity for exercise and entertainment is maintaining my yards and property in this dry SW Arizona desert. I tried paper masks from the local Ace but they don't fit, leak and interfere with my glasses. Just barely better than nothing and that wasn't good enough because it was making me sick.I went shopping on Amazon, found this with good reviews and ordered with replacement filters. I agree that the filters seem expensive but on examination they are NOT made cheaply. Acordian filter paper imbedded in soft rubber for a perfect seal. I can't tell how long they are going to last but I've already put about 25-30 hours and I can still breath through them fairly easily. There will be no doubt when they are plugged. The mask is soft rubber with an inword fold that fits really tight and you can feel it get even tighter when you inhale. Both inhale and exhale is through one way valves. All very professional. By the time your face starts to warm up from contact with the rubber it's time to rehydrate so I never had to stop due to discomfort.This is either my first or second 5 star rating as I like to be objective and not go gushing just because it arrived on time. Not only is this a very good product but also a better value, with the possible exception of the replacement filters. Maybe they market this the way they do ink jet printers. Sell the printer at cost plus and then hose you on the cartridges. 5Low profile, light weight dust mask. Looks cool too! What a great looking dust mask! While cobalt blue would be a nice option in place of the purple, the purple looks really nice. I am an average size man with an average size face. I wear glasses, and this does not interfere with them. Also, unlike a few other reviewers, I have not really had trouble with fogging of my glasses. I had fog 1 time when I was working at an odd angle, but other than that I have been fog free for well over 10 hours of use.This mask is quite light weight. When wearing it, it does not feel like it's hanging off your face. It feels like it's part of your face. The double strap makes the mask secure but not too tight. I really like how small it is. A lot of the respirators I see look like they were styled after a WWII gas mask, big and bulky with canisters hanging off both sides. This one is compact, and low profile.I also have a beard, and read that some people have problems getting this to seal around their beard. I keep my beard pretty short, but it's a full beard, and if I cover the exhaust vent, there is pressure when I breathe out. It does leak, a little, but I have not had issue with dust getting in. I do smell wood when I'm cutting so the filters that come with it are not meant to be used as a gas mask, only a particle filter.There are some things that are not ideal. I have little experience with respirators, but I still have opinions, so here they are:1. The bridge of my nose gets a little uncomfortable after a half hour or so. I find that moving it down my nose helps a bit.2. The flap the lets air out makes a little flappy sound when you exhale... I know this is nit picky, but it's a little annoying. I would assume that most respirators with a flap do the same.3. It gets pretty warm on a hot day. Again, I'm guessing that any respirator out there will do the same thing.I have not yet decided if I will buy another when this one wears out... But that may be a while, so in the mean time, I recommend trying this mask.I deducted a star mostly because of the nose junction being uncomfortable for me. The other 2 negatives are just to make you aware of my negative thoughts on this product. 4Have a beard? Give this one a go Having tried some of 3M's offerings, I found myself rarely wearing it.I do a lot of woodworking and am more concerned than many when it comes to controlling what I'm inhaling. The medical literature is a bit murky, but there's enough validity that I would rather be safe than stuffy or worse.What the Elipse mask corrects is that it uses thick elastic bands that pulls it toward your face and a more pliable plastic for the mouthpiece. The other masks on the market largely sit on top of your head and use rigid plastic. That design greatly limits face shapes that it can conform to and still create an air tight seal around your face. Otherwise, dust leaks in and/or you have it so tight that it starts digging into your face, or most annoyingly you start fogging up your safety glasses.The Elipse is comfortable. And I can detect no signs of dust leaking in.I started by saying that if you have a beard, this is probably the mask for you. That's true, but, I could just have easily asked: "Have a face?" This mask is for you. 5Filters Perfectly., CLEAN AIR The RESPIRATOR is Comapct, by design to fit under the welding HOOD. Its tight and compact like a Prius. But, it works. It fits under the welding HOODS easily. I'm Welding currently Galvanized Studs for Exterior Panels at Chester Hospital in PA. Welding Galvanized heavy gauge studs to Painted steel beams. See Picture.With this mask, I only can smell the filters. The image attached of the STOCK P100 Filter is after 3 days of working., Which is around 16 hours of actual welding stop and go. I'm attaching the panels to the building, at the floor. So that means i have to position my head in between the studs at the floor, with my head over wear i'm welding. See Attached Picture.The Mask with the P100 Filters keep me breathing clean fresh air. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008PN8Y3Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1This is the Replacement Filter here ^ Fits Perfectly.Looking to take care of your health., this is the setup. I have the medium, which is what i wear in mask sizes, and it fits.Note:Wearing a respirator with cartridges is better then that $1,000 fresh air hood, because you're guaranteed CLEAN AIR.I'll gladly KEEP buying Filters. Take care of your health., that Cancer is REAL!!!Sadly, its about 20 Welders on the Job-site, different trades, and I'm the only one with a Respirator. I plan on seeing my retirement checks with a clean bill of health. 5I no longer steam up my glasses or put myself in danger with my power tools I spend a lot of time in my woodworking shop and in DIY projects around the house. I hate sanding, I prefer a hand plane and use any excuse to reach for one, as often as I can. Faces are different sizes, maybe I am lucky, but this mask fits me perfectly and the quality is impressive. There is no bulk that I have had using other masks over the years.I use an orbital sander, and even with hooking up a hose to my shop vacuum and running running a good sized air filtration system from the ceiling, there is still dust everywhere. I also do a little wood turning and have other machines that create dust. I am forever coughing.Everything considered, I routinely have to admit I have routinely forgotten to use a face mask. They never fit right and my glasses steam up. I end up precariously bending over a power tool to see over all of my previous dust masks. I have also used paper masks and they always drive me nuts.So when I read the positive reviews on this one, I decided to take a chance. In fact I was bold and bought two. Then when the Amazon box came, I it still took me a couple of days to actually use one of them. I was still thinking in the back of my mind, that this was going to be another dust mask disappointment. Well, I finally put on the mask and walked around the shop. I turned on some tools and even grabbed my orbital sander, that always gets me coughing. Nothing! I could after years, breath and I could see over my glasses. They did not steam up. I have used it several times since and have never been disappointed.As to the second one? I gave it as a gift and has gotten rave reviews. I am back in good graces at home, I now laugh at woodworking dust (really) but I am also making a downdraft table. While this dust mask is great for me, the dust my workshop creates, still makes it's way into the house and as you can guess, does not add to my popularity. At lease my making and fixing things is enough, so that me and my tools aren't living out in the yard (yet).By the way, even sanding outside has always been a problem for my breathing. Not so anymore, as long as I keep this mask close at hand and use it. I store it in a clear, large plastic zipper freezer bag, that followed me from the kitchen to my workshop, and I am able to easily store it cleanly away. I will be picking up some filters for it.I hope this review helps you. 5Great product, crappy strap guide Good shipping time, filters great, fits user my welding or grind shield, only problem is here three months after use the plastic the strap goes through snapped off so mask is useless 3Kind of like insurance, something you hope you never need but if you do you'll be super happy you have! I had to learn a lot about smoke, lung health, and particle masks this past week, as the NorCal fires were raging away about 30 miles from my house and it was raining ash on my porch.Even if you think you're some sort of super-lung BAMF, don't have chest pain, asthma, or lung issues, and aren't super noticing the smoke/dust, it's harming you. If air quality is bad in your area, you are doing yourself a serious disservice by not protecting yourself. On very bad days, poor air quality feels like a heaviness and difficulty breathing, but even on mild days of bad air it is exhausting and headache-inducing to breathe in tons of particulates. The cloth ones at the hardware store are fine in a pinch, but they're hot and hard to breathe in. If you're going to be wearing a particle mask all day/night because you're in a post-apocalyptic wasteland (or 30 miles away from a massive forest fire) something more serious is significantly more effective and comfortable. My GVS P100 mask arrived a few days ago and I'm SUPER happy with it. Even on hot but smokey days, the seal is good, not too sweaty, and it's easy to clean. I wish had had this when the smoke was REALLY bad last week, and now that I have it I plan to keep it in my car in case of emergencies in the future. Even wearing this on moderate smoke days has been helping me breathe again and I can feel my lungs starting to heal from all the smoke. A serious particle mask is kind of like insurance: you don't ever want to be in a situation where you need to use it, but if you are in that situation it's usually an emergency and you'll be super grateful that you thought ahead. 5Relief from Wildfires, Very Comfy! I live in Oregon and we have had a terrible fire season this year as have the surrounding states. For the last few days our Air Quality Index has been 300+ with spikes up to 479. I have asthma and for me this is a very dangerous situation. This Elipse mask is such a relief. The paper ones don't work at all and the disposable N95 ones help some. I had been using a full size 3M organic vapor respirator which works very well but compared to this is large, cumbersome and can be uncomfortable for long periods of wear because of how tight the straps have to be. Today I got my Elipse mask and was thrilled to find large soft straps that you can easily pull down to your neck when temporarily removing it as opposed to taking off my glasses and pulling the plastic headpiece of the respirator forwards. The area of your face covered in just enough without putting pressure on my big nose or prominent chin. Because it is a only particulate respirator you can still smell some things in your environment like the moisture of a recent storm or a spilled fuel which is a good thing in my book. Worth every penny! 5I'm an asthmatic and this worked great I spent 2 weekends in the attic replacing insulation while wearing this, with lots of dust and debris in the air. The filter was all gunked up but my lungs and nose stayed clean. I'm an asthmatic and had no breathing problems while working on the project. 5Home Inspector Review I'm a professional home inspector in New Orleans, LA. Pretty much all of the houses I inspect have accessible attics and crawlspaces filled with dirt, dust, mold, insulation, asbestos.... I have pretty bad allergies to boot. I tried a number of different types of respirators (3M Full and Half Masks) and none of them were as comfortable and did the job like the Elipse. I actually convinced the other inspectors that work with me to switch over to the Elipse. I have had the product for over a year. I change the filters out ever 2-3 months but that really depends on how much you use it. One thing I do recommend doing is cleaning the mask regularly. I take the filters out and wash the mask by hand with warm water and dawn almost every evening after inspections and let it dry over night. Attics and crawlspaces are hot especially in the summer so sweating in the mask is a given. I did add safety pins to top straps where they go through the plastic loops. I found with constant use the strap would not stay in the loops easily. With a just two small safety pins the problem was solved.All in all great mask for what I use it for. 5
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Definitely recommended I was recently diagnosed with allergy asthma so I have zero tolerance for breathing in anything pure air but my main activity for exercise and entertainment is maintaining my yards and property in this dry SW Arizona desert. I tried paper masks from the local Ace but they don't fit, leak and interfere with my glasses. Just barely better than nothing and that wasn't good enough because it was making me sick.I went shopping on Amazon, found this with good reviews and ordered with replacement filters. I agree that the filters seem expensive but on examination they are NOT made cheaply. Acordian filter paper imbedded in soft rubber for a perfect seal. I can't tell how long they are going to last but I've already put about 25-30 hours and I can still breath through them fairly easily. There will be no doubt when they are plugged. The mask is soft rubber with an inword fold that fits really tight and you can feel it get even tighter when you inhale. Both inhale and exhale is through one way valves. All very professional. By the time your face starts to warm up from contact with the rubber it's time to rehydrate so I never had to stop due to discomfort.This is either my first or second 5 star rating as I like to be objective and not go gushing just because it arrived on time. Not only is this a very good product but also a better value, with the possible exception of the replacement filters. Maybe they market this the way they do ink jet printers. Sell the printer at cost plus and then hose you on the cartridges. 5Low profile, light weight dust mask. Looks cool too! What a great looking dust mask! While cobalt blue would be a nice option in place of the purple, the purple looks really nice. I am an average size man with an average size face. I wear glasses, and this does not interfere with them. Also, unlike a few other reviewers, I have not really had trouble with fogging of my glasses. I had fog 1 time when I was working at an odd angle, but other than that I have been fog free for well over 10 hours of use.This mask is quite light weight. When wearing it, it does not feel like it's hanging off your face. It feels like it's part of your face. The double strap makes the mask secure but not too tight. I really like how small it is. A lot of the respirators I see look like they were styled after a WWII gas mask, big and bulky with canisters hanging off both sides. This one is compact, and low profile.I also have a beard, and read that some people have problems getting this to seal around their beard. I keep my beard pretty short, but it's a full beard, and if I cover the exhaust vent, there is pressure when I breathe out. It does leak, a little, but I have not had issue with dust getting in. I do smell wood when I'm cutting so the filters that come with it are not meant to be used as a gas mask, only a particle filter.There are some things that are not ideal. I have little experience with respirators, but I still have opinions, so here they are:1. The bridge of my nose gets a little uncomfortable after a half hour or so. I find that moving it down my nose helps a bit.2. The flap the lets air out makes a little flappy sound when you exhale... I know this is nit picky, but it's a little annoying. I would assume that most respirators with a flap do the same.3. It gets pretty warm on a hot day. Again, I'm guessing that any respirator out there will do the same thing.I have not yet decided if I will buy another when this one wears out... But that may be a while, so in the mean time, I recommend trying this mask.I deducted a star mostly because of the nose junction being uncomfortable for me. The other 2 negatives are just to make you aware of my negative thoughts on this product. 4Have a beard? Give this one a go Having tried some of 3M's offerings, I found myself rarely wearing it.I do a lot of woodworking and am more concerned than many when it comes to controlling what I'm inhaling. The medical literature is a bit murky, but there's enough validity that I would rather be safe than stuffy or worse.What the Elipse mask corrects is that it uses thick elastic bands that pulls it toward your face and a more pliable plastic for the mouthpiece. The other masks on the market largely sit on top of your head and use rigid plastic. That design greatly limits face shapes that it can conform to and still create an air tight seal around your face. Otherwise, dust leaks in and/or you have it so tight that it starts digging into your face, or most annoyingly you start fogging up your safety glasses.The Elipse is comfortable. And I can detect no signs of dust leaking in.I started by saying that if you have a beard, this is probably the mask for you. That's true, but, I could just have easily asked: "Have a face?" This mask is for you. 5Filters Perfectly., CLEAN AIR The RESPIRATOR is Comapct, by design to fit under the welding HOOD. Its tight and compact like a Prius. But, it works. It fits under the welding HOODS easily. I'm Welding currently Galvanized Studs for Exterior Panels at Chester Hospital in PA. Welding Galvanized heavy gauge studs to Painted steel beams. See Picture.With this mask, I only can smell the filters. The image attached of the STOCK P100 Filter is after 3 days of working., Which is around 16 hours of actual welding stop and go. I'm attaching the panels to the building, at the floor. So that means i have to position my head in between the studs at the floor, with my head over wear i'm welding. See Attached Picture.The Mask with the P100 Filters keep me breathing clean fresh air. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008PN8Y3Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1This is the Replacement Filter here ^ Fits Perfectly.Looking to take care of your health., this is the setup. I have the medium, which is what i wear in mask sizes, and it fits.Note:Wearing a respirator with cartridges is better then that $1,000 fresh air hood, because you're guaranteed CLEAN AIR.I'll gladly KEEP buying Filters. Take care of your health., that Cancer is REAL!!!Sadly, its about 20 Welders on the Job-site, different trades, and I'm the only one with a Respirator. I plan on seeing my retirement checks with a clean bill of health. 5I no longer steam up my glasses or put myself in danger with my power tools I spend a lot of time in my woodworking shop and in DIY projects around the house. I hate sanding, I prefer a hand plane and use any excuse to reach for one, as often as I can. Faces are different sizes, maybe I am lucky, but this mask fits me perfectly and the quality is impressive. There is no bulk that I have had using other masks over the years.I use an orbital sander, and even with hooking up a hose to my shop vacuum and running running a good sized air filtration system from the ceiling, there is still dust everywhere. I also do a little wood turning and have other machines that create dust. I am forever coughing.Everything considered, I routinely have to admit I have routinely forgotten to use a face mask. They never fit right and my glasses steam up. I end up precariously bending over a power tool to see over all of my previous dust masks. I have also used paper masks and they always drive me nuts.So when I read the positive reviews on this one, I decided to take a chance. In fact I was bold and bought two. Then when the Amazon box came, I it still took me a couple of days to actually use one of them. I was still thinking in the back of my mind, that this was going to be another dust mask disappointment. Well, I finally put on the mask and walked around the shop. I turned on some tools and even grabbed my orbital sander, that always gets me coughing. Nothing! I could after years, breath and I could see over my glasses. They did not steam up. I have used it several times since and have never been disappointed.As to the second one? I gave it as a gift and has gotten rave reviews. I am back in good graces at home, I now laugh at woodworking dust (really) but I am also making a downdraft table. While this dust mask is great for me, the dust my workshop creates, still makes it's way into the house and as you can guess, does not add to my popularity. At lease my making and fixing things is enough, so that me and my tools aren't living out in the yard (yet).By the way, even sanding outside has always been a problem for my breathing. Not so anymore, as long as I keep this mask close at hand and use it. I store it in a clear, large plastic zipper freezer bag, that followed me from the kitchen to my workshop, and I am able to easily store it cleanly away. I will be picking up some filters for it.I hope this review helps you. 5Great product, crappy strap guide Good shipping time, filters great, fits user my welding or grind shield, only problem is here three months after use the plastic the strap goes through snapped off so mask is useless 3Kind of like insurance, something you hope you never need but if you do you'll be super happy you have! I had to learn a lot about smoke, lung health, and particle masks this past week, as the NorCal fires were raging away about 30 miles from my house and it was raining ash on my porch.Even if you think you're some sort of super-lung BAMF, don't have chest pain, asthma, or lung issues, and aren't super noticing the smoke/dust, it's harming you. If air quality is bad in your area, you are doing yourself a serious disservice by not protecting yourself. On very bad days, poor air quality feels like a heaviness and difficulty breathing, but even on mild days of bad air it is exhausting and headache-inducing to breathe in tons of particulates. The cloth ones at the hardware store are fine in a pinch, but they're hot and hard to breathe in. If you're going to be wearing a particle mask all day/night because you're in a post-apocalyptic wasteland (or 30 miles away from a massive forest fire) something more serious is significantly more effective and comfortable. My GVS P100 mask arrived a few days ago and I'm SUPER happy with it. Even on hot but smokey days, the seal is good, not too sweaty, and it's easy to clean. I wish had had this when the smoke was REALLY bad last week, and now that I have it I plan to keep it in my car in case of emergencies in the future. Even wearing this on moderate smoke days has been helping me breathe again and I can feel my lungs starting to heal from all the smoke. A serious particle mask is kind of like insurance: you don't ever want to be in a situation where you need to use it, but if you are in that situation it's usually an emergency and you'll be super grateful that you thought ahead. 5Relief from Wildfires, Very Comfy! I live in Oregon and we have had a terrible fire season this year as have the surrounding states. For the last few days our Air Quality Index has been 300+ with spikes up to 479. I have asthma and for me this is a very dangerous situation. This Elipse mask is such a relief. The paper ones don't work at all and the disposable N95 ones help some. I had been using a full size 3M organic vapor respirator which works very well but compared to this is large, cumbersome and can be uncomfortable for long periods of wear because of how tight the straps have to be. Today I got my Elipse mask and was thrilled to find large soft straps that you can easily pull down to your neck when temporarily removing it as opposed to taking off my glasses and pulling the plastic headpiece of the respirator forwards. The area of your face covered in just enough without putting pressure on my big nose or prominent chin. Because it is a only particulate respirator you can still smell some things in your environment like the moisture of a recent storm or a spilled fuel which is a good thing in my book. Worth every penny! 5I'm an asthmatic and this worked great I spent 2 weekends in the attic replacing insulation while wearing this, with lots of dust and debris in the air. The filter was all gunked up but my lungs and nose stayed clean. I'm an asthmatic and had no breathing problems while working on the project. 5Home Inspector Review I'm a professional home inspector in New Orleans, LA. Pretty much all of the houses I inspect have accessible attics and crawlspaces filled with dirt, dust, mold, insulation, asbestos.... I have pretty bad allergies to boot. I tried a number of different types of respirators (3M Full and Half Masks) and none of them were as comfortable and did the job like the Elipse. I actually convinced the other inspectors that work with me to switch over to the Elipse. I have had the product for over a year. I change the filters out ever 2-3 months but that really depends on how much you use it. One thing I do recommend doing is cleaning the mask regularly. I take the filters out and wash the mask by hand with warm water and dawn almost every evening after inspections and let it dry over night. Attics and crawlspaces are hot especially in the summer so sweating in the mask is a given. I did add safety pins to top straps where they go through the plastic loops. I found with constant use the strap would not stay in the loops easily. With a just two small safety pins the problem was solved.All in all great mask for what I use it for. 5
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