Recent reviews of Totobobo mask

Due to the haze issue recently, Totobobo mask received refreshed interests from the Singapore community. Here is a quick list link to some of the reviews:

2015-09-25 Video review of several masks which includes Totobobo, Air+, 3M, Respro and surgical masks, by Willy Foo, Photographer, Marketer, Technopreneur

https://web.facebook.com/willyfoo/videos/10153834644404245/

Willy Foo Photographer, Technopreneur reviewing Totobobo mask
Willy Foo Photographer, Technopreneur reviewing Totobobo mask

With the haze in Singapore turning bad, the perfect mask depends on the fit to each individuals face as much as the N95 compliance. I test several masks to see which is the most effective.

 

2015-09-27 Normad Travellers (Davide and Oti) extensive analysis of Totobobo mask and personal experience of using the mask:

http://www.nomadtravellers.com/backpacking/106-travel-gear/352-city-travelling-totobobo-mask-review

Oti applying water on her face to prepare for watermark seal check, a patented feature of Totobobo mask
Oti applying water on her face to prepare for watermark seal check, a patented feature of Totobobo mask

 

We have started using our Totobobo masks, and changed the filters for the first time after 7 days of usage in Malaysia, plagued by the haze coming from Indonesia. So far we are satisfied, it works well and the filters are getting gray as expected!

2015-10-07 Detail analysis of Totobobo mask with back ground information of haze, by Ngoh Seh Suan

https://web.facebook.com/notes/ngoh-seh-suan/mask-testing-pm-25-thoughts/10153708914993653

Totobobo is an popular respirator within local leisure cycling communities – because Francis is a green commuter himself, using his bicycles whenever he can and promoting safety through road/infrastructure design. And safety through design was really the theme behind the Totobobo, although he has not said it before openly about the concept of his Totobobo respirator.

2015-09-14 1843 hr From an adjacent block to mine, a panoramic photo shows the obvious drop in air quality.
I’ve bought my first Totobobo way back in June 2011, when the haze that year was still around the June period. I bought my second set in Q1 2014, to meant to replace the very first set, which to date in September 2015, I have yet to decommission as it could be a standby unit in case I lose the newer unit. I bought my Moldex initially in March 2014, during a short-lived haze period while I used the my second set of Totobobo.

2015-10-06 Combating the Singapore haze and air pollution with the Totobobo mask, by Lifestyle runner blogger Pris Chew 

http://www.prischew.com/general/totobobo-mask-singapore/

Lifestyle blogger Pris Chew running with Totobobo mask
Lifestyle blogger Pris Chew running with Totobobo mask

 

2015-10-25 Professional review by A Cup Of Milk

http://www.acupofmilk.com/2015/10/totobobo-mask-review.html

Testing fit-factor of F96 and cotton pad. F96=200, cotton pad = 2.3. F96 is nearly 100 times more protective than cotton pad.
Testing fit-factor of F96 and cotton pad. F96=200, cotton pad = 2.3.
F96 is nearly 100 times more protective than cotton pad.

Totobobo mask has a good feature where you can customize the mask (and the ear loop) by reshaping it with hot water / hair dryer. This is a very crucial feature, a mask that do not fit your face is not an effective mask at all. The rim of the mask is integrated with silver ion which is an anti-microbial agent.
Another good point it’s reusable, you just need to change the filter. When it gets dirty you can wash them.