The mask flops around on my face, and requires active attention from the wearer in order to get the best fit for him/her. After getting what I think is the best fit for me, my next problem was the way the n95 mask filter inside got squished towards my face, due mostly to the pull of the bands. I tried both ways of wearing the bands and it still squished towards my face. Maybe I just thought it would form the usual n95 cavity inside which would allow me to breathe more freely than when wearing a surgical mask or a balaclava, but I don't think I'd be getting a comfortable fit with this mask and my face. I tried. It's a shame as I bought the more expensive high end silver one, and extra filters. hope others have better fit than I did. Keep safe.
Fortunately the mask comes with a filter installed so I have not needed to use the replacement filters yet.
While very new, it will take a little while to get used to the Banale Mask if one is introduced to this upgrade. For one, I find the air flow constricted as the Banale Mask is pressed and flushed rather tight against one's face. Although it is reassuring to know that it is doing its job. There is also a need to raise one's volume while conversing with another in order to be audible. A little design tweak on the filter may result with a better fit specially on the nose contour adjustment. A softer rib used like the ones found in the nose bridge of a 3-ply disposable protective face masks (now made famous courtesy of C-19) may be better. As it is, wearing one says something about what you want to make of one's fashion statement.
Breathable and i feel safe with it.
thank for the mask i really love it, fits in my face perfectly.