PREP KI4U ReadiMasks in-stock for same-day shipping...

shane

Has No Life - Lives on TB




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Specs & Test results here...

Officially these have passed expiration (2016) which the manufacturer said would only refer to the adhesive,
if anything. We first tested half-a-dozen randomly and they are still fine, adhesion good as first manufactured.
Then we sent samples out to two doctors, some here would recognize one name, and everybody following the
CoronaVirus would know the second. Both have personally wear tested, found them fine, too, and have already
started referring other doctors to come get them from us. What we'll do to assure all are as happy with them is to
include one extra ReadiMask FREE in every order so you can test one right when you get them, so if not happy
for any reason, just ship remainder back within two weeks of ordering for a full & prompt refund. Fair enough?

10 ReadiMasks $120 shipping included
40 ReadiMasks $400 shipping included
100 ReadiMasks $800 shipping included

Each order will include one extra FREE ReadiMask to test.

Order online at www.paypal.com directing funds to webmaster@ki4u.com
-or-
Call us (830) 672-8734 8-5 CST
-or-
Mail check or money order to;
KI4U, Inc.
212 Oil Patch Lane
Gonzales, TX 78629

While still in-stock they will ship the same-day ordered,
until I update here that they are all gone & we're done.

Panic Early, Beat the Rush!
- Shane
 

shane

Has No Life - Lives on TB
FYI, in last 24 hours, since first posting,
have now sold/shipped well over 1,000.

Panic Early, Beat the Rush!
- Shane
 

shane

Has No Life - Lives on TB
We've got some others outside TB2K pointing folks (like, for instance, Bruce Beach in his newsletter)
to our masks here now, sales picking up. When we run out, we'll just post a notice here, but won't be
sharing publicly a running tally of how many we have remaining in-stock, some here will know why.

Panic Early, Beat the Rush!
- Shane

PS - Now, for your amusement, this is just plain crazy over-the-top here...
 
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Reasonable Rascal

Veteran Member
We've got some others outside TB2K pointing folks (like, for instance, Bruce Beach in his newsletter)
to our masks here now, sales picking up. When we run out, we'll just post a notice here, but won't be
sharing publicly a running tally of how many we have remaining in-stock, some here will know why.
Wait. You mean Bruce is still alive ? I lost track of him umpteen years ago.

RR
 

shane

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Heads up, our friends over at www.AlertsUSA.com are going to be
bragging on us as the sole remaining source for these masks soon.

Panic Early, Beat the Rush!
- Shane
 

nomifyle

Has No Life - Lives on TB
I'm glad I got a few of those kind of masks awhile back, they are in our bug out bags. Although there is little that cause us to bug out.

Judy
 

shane

Has No Life - Lives on TB
I'd posted this before, worth taking another look/see at how much nuttier it's gotten out there...


Panic Early, Beat the Rush!
- Shane
 

shane

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Gotten busier here, as you can imagine, but ReadiMasks still in-stock to ship same day.

If you've already gotten what you need, feel free to share this thread elsewhere, too.

Panic Early, Beat the Rush!
- Shane
 

ainitfunny

TB Fanatic




View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnhgyQZEseQ


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2uWWKPd7fQ


More videos here...

Specs & Test results here...

Officially these have passed expiration (2016) which the manufacturer said would only refer to the adhesive,
if anything. We first tested half-a-dozen randomly and they are still fine, adhesion good as first manufactured.
Then we sent samples out to two doctors, some here would recognize one name, and everybody following the
CoronaVirus would know the second. Both have personally wear tested, found them fine, too, and have already
started referring other doctors to come get them from us. What we'll do to assure all are as happy with them is to
include one extra ReadiMask FREE in every order so you can test one right when you get them, so if not happy
for any reason, just ship remainder back within two weeks of ordering for a full & prompt refund. Fair enough?

10 ReadiMasks $120 shipping included
40 ReadiMasks $400 shipping included
100 ReadiMasks $800 shipping included

Each order will include one extra FREE ReadiMask to test.

Order online at www.paypal.com directing funds to webmaster@ki4u.com
-or-
Call us (830) 672-8734 8-5 CST
-or-
Mail check or money order to;
KI4U, Inc.
212 Oil Patch Lane
Gonzales, TX 78629

While still in-stock they will ship the same-day ordered,
until I update here that they are all gone & we're done.

Panic Early, Beat the Rush!
- Shane
For the extremely high price ($12 for one expired mask) I would like to know a little more.
Have you had any real life user reports about how TOLERABLE these respirators are to actually WEAR constantly for a 10-12 hour day, DAY AFTER DAY?
Are they removable and then reusable or would it require a new expensive unit in order to take it off to eat or drink something?
Has anyone developed medical adhesive sensitivity, or skin breakdown after prolonged use of this mask?
What was the previous price of this mask before the COVID 19 epidemic?
Never mind the last question, I found them (unexpired) for sale at ONE DOLLAR APIECE in 2016. (12 for $12, not $120) ReadiMask Store - ReadiMask, before the company was sold to another company.
 
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ainitfunny

TB Fanatic
Ontario stockpiled millions of face masks after SARS. As COVID-19 nears pandemic status, they're all expired
It cost the provincial government $3 million per year to store the masks


March 9, 2020
3:04 PM EDT



Millions of face masks stockpiled by Ontario in the aftermath of the SARS outbreak to protect healthcare workers during a future epidemic have expired, according to provincial officials and documents, raising questions about the readiness of Canada’s most populous province to deal with the spreading coronavirus.
Thirteen years ago, Ontario stockpiled some 55 million N95 masks and other medical equipment after the province bore the brunt of the SARS epidemic in Canada in 2002 and 2003. But provincial officials have confirmed that the masks in the stockpile have passed their expiration date and sidestepped questions about how many masks, including expired ones, remain.
Public health officials have said masks may be less effective beyond the expiration date determined by the manufacturer. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the past has recommended use of expired masks only under “crisis” shortage situations.

Healthcare providers in Ontario have expressed worry about shortages of protective supplies like masks, given the expected spike in demand during an outbreak like the novel coronavirus that originated in China and has spread to various parts of the world. Canada has reported more than 70 cases of coronavirus infections as well as one death. Canadian hospitals have been told by provincial officials to maintain a four-week supply as standard policy.
Ontario, which includes Canada’s largest city Toronto, said in 2007 it would buy 55 million N95 masks and other medical supplies to prepare for future epidemics. A report by the province’s auditor general, completed in December 2017, found that more than 80 percent of that stockpile had expired.
Officials did not say how many masks remained in the stockpile.
“You are correct in your understanding that the N95 masks purchased 13 years ago have expired,” Ontario’s health ministry said in a statement to Reuters.
Asked whether provincial officials have any masks on hand, the ministry did not answer directly. It said health organizations are getting their usual supply shipments, adding: “We are working with them and our supply chain partners to ensure they continue to have adequate access to supplies as they continue to effectively respond to COVID-19,” the disease caused by the coronavirus.
A standard dust and particle mask, and an N95 medical respirator mask (bottom), that are part of personal protection and survival equipment kits ordered by customers preparing against novel coronavirus, are seen at Nitro-Pak in Midway, Utah, U.S. Feb. 27, 2020. George Frey/Reuters
Ontario Nurses’ Association president Vicki McKenna said in an email, “We believe that there is a supply problem but government officials will not confirm supply. … This question is asked at every meeting with ministry officials.”
The spread of the coronavirus has triggered a global shortage of N95 respirator masks. The United States, for example, has said it has about 12 million, but needs roughly 300 million.
Canadian officials have said they are prepared to deal with the novel coronavirus because of lessons learned from the SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) outbreak involving another coronavirus. SARS killed 44 people in the Toronto area in 2002 and 2003 after a series of hospital and public health failures.
No budget to manage stockpile
As of 2017, the preparatory stockpile amassed by Ontario included 26,000 pallets of supplies: respirators, face shields, needles and more. But no one had ensured that the supplies would be given to hospitals before their expiration and then replaced with fresh ones in the stockpile, according to the auditor general report.
“The ministry informed us that its budget for these supplies only allowed for storage and not the management of them,” the report stated. Storage costs were running at more than $3 million a year, and the ministry had started to dispose of the supplies, the report stated.
If some expired respirators are still in storage, they may still be usable. In 2017, the CDC tested stockpiled masks and found many models continued to perform effectively years after their expiration.
“We are hearing from you through our email address about concerns about … supply,” Ontario’s health ministry wrote in a Feb. 12 document sent to healthcare organizations. “We are confident that we have sufficient inventory across the province to respond to the situation on the ground today.”
Various N95 respiration masks at a laboratory of 3M in Maplewood, Minnesota, U.S. March 4, 2020. Nicholas Pfosi/Reuters
It also said it was aware that supplies contained in the stockpiles of many other health organizations had expired. It made no mention of the province’s own stockpile.
Canada has a federal emergency stockpile of supplies, described by Chief Medical Officer Theresa Tam as mainly for “rare high-impact events.”
Asked during a news conference on Friday how many masks the federal government possesses, Tam declined to say, adding that key medical supplies like N95 masks are a provincial responsibility rather than a federal one, though the federal government can coordinate group purchases.
In a Monday letter to provincial premiers, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland said the federal government is “already leading a bulk procurement of personal protective equipment.”
British Columbia, which along with Ontario has reported the bulk of Canada’s coronavirus cases, said its mask supply is sufficient.
“We have had a pandemic stockpile for many years. It’s based on usage in different healthcare facilities over time, with an added amount to be able to cover a flu pandemic,” said the province’s health officer Bonnie Henry.
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Is the younger generation totally incompetent?
I am a 75 year old Grandma and even I could have entirely, easily prevented that stockpile from expiring with much, much much less expense to CONTINUOUSLY KEEP THE WHOLE STOCKPILE FRESH AT LITTLE OR NO EXPENSE.
 

shane

Has No Life - Lives on TB
For the extremely high price ($12 for one expired mask) I would like to know a little more.
Have you had any real life user reports about how TOLERABLE these respirators are to actually WEAR constantly for a 10-12 hour day, DAY AFTER DAY?
Are they removable and then reusable or would it require a new expensive unit in order to take it off to eat or drink something?
Has anyone developed medical adhesive sensitivity, or skin breakdown after prolonged use of this mask?
What was the previous price of this mask before the COVID 19 epidemic?
Never mind the last question, I found them (unexpired) for sale at ONE DOLLAR APIECE in 2016. (12 for $12, not $120) ReadiMask Store - ReadiMask, before the company was sold to another company.
Last year, I'd seen them going for $6-$8 depending on quantity.
Our delivered price $8 ea, when buying 100, $6 ea for 1,000+.

Everybody has to decide for themselves whether or not that's a
fair price for a mask with, essential, integral eye protection, too.

I can't speak to how tolerable or appropriate it is 4U, that's why...

Every order gets an extra to try and test to assure satisfaction,
with full & prompt money back guarantee if not 100% satisfied.

Fair enough?

BTW, we've donated free hundreds more of these ReadiMasks
to dozen different first-responder organizations (hospital, EMS,
PD, SO, FD, etc.) in all the towns & cities in our county, than the
total we've sold. Sales fund our ability to both have & to donate.

Panic Early, Beat the Rush!
- Shane
 
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