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Kids Sea Camp launches face masks made from 100 percent recycled material

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, several countries have endorsed wearing face masks when out in public, and it seems highly likely that when flights resume, the wearing of a face mask will be a pre-requisite for being allowed to board.

Kids Sea Camp

Kids Sea Camp have now joined the fray, releasing a reusable protective mask made from 100 percent recycled ocean materials. It costs US$15, and comes with one replaceable filter. It comes in two different designs, both featuring Scubapro regulators. Replacement filters are available at US2 each.

You can purchase the mask and/or filters from the Kids Sea Camp store here.

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