These days, protecting ourselves from germs and infectious diseases has never been more important. Now, Flapz makes it easy.
Allows for Interference-Free Talking on the Phone, Drinking, Eating, or Smoking
Does Not Require Removal of Full Mask
Features Magnetic Fasteners
Reduces Mask Touching to Protect from Contamination
Protects Wearers Against Dust, Dirt, Germs, Bacteria, and Viruses
Helps Reduce Infection Rates
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Cathy Samuel of Tuscaloosa, AL has created a new protective face mask that allows you to speak, eat, or drink while socially distant. The idea was born at work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Cathy wanted to remove her mask to take a sip of soda, but there were a lot of people in the break room. She thought of cutting a hole in her mask in order to drink her soda, but Cathy knew she would need to have a covering over the hole to prevent contamination. With this in mind, she was inspired to develop Flapz! The invention is an easy-to-open and resealable mask that allows you to simply open a flap to answer a phone call, so the caller can actually understand you! Or, drink, eat, or even smoke while at a safe social distance without taking the mask off and potentially contaminating it. When the opening is no longer needed, the flap is closed whereupon the mask provides all the benefits of a standard mask. Want to learn more about Flapz? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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