Are you accumulating a ton of masks and cleaning supplies with no end in sight? If you’re anything like me, the answer to this is yes. Or what about the part where you have to turn the car around and drive all the way back home because you forgot to bring your mask with you?! Well, I am here to tell you that I may have found the solution to this, and it’s called: MaskRack. I’d describe it as part mask holder, part organizer, and part caddy for the stuff you need before you leave the house – like your keys or wallet. The device is a first-to-market mask holder that provides a centralized location for masks, gloves and face shields, something I hadn’t seen before. It even has these compact slots on top to hold all your N-95 filters.
I really appreciate a strong design-style in the products I buy. That’s one thing that set MaskRack apart from the other stuff that’s currently on the market. Everything before MaskRack consisted of a long shaft of wood with small hooks screwed into the center. There was nothing to hold hand sanitizer and I haven’t seen any other mask holder that accommodates a face shield! Being a connoisseur of unique and forward-thinking tech, I just wanted something that was sharp and sleek for my living room. I recently learned that MaskRack was created by award-winning designers which makes sense given its compact and minimalist appearance.
MaskRack is currently available in two styles – Classic or Mod. Classic – which is made of compact plastic, provides standup storage compartments on top of the device, while the Mod which is made of a lightweight sheet metal, offers a discrete interior-style storage. Both have slots for N95 fiIters at the top of the unit. I dig them both and you really can’t go wrong with either choice.
Why I like MaskRack
I will say it was easy to hang, easy to clean, and holds all my masks, filters, hand sanitizers, and other gear. The unit comes with your choice of tape or screws for mounting into the wall. I chose the screws because I keep heavier items in there, like my daily vitamins and keys. I also appreciate the fact that MaskRack helps me keep my mask off the dirty floor and countertop.
With mask-life being the new normal for the foreseeable future – COVID-19 is likely to influence our lives until 2022 – MaskRack offers a smart and discreet way to organize safety attire. It is designed for individuals, families, and personal workplaces. Great for when we head back to the office and you don’t want to leave your mask on your desk.
Whichever side of the mask-debate you’re on, masks aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. The reality is that more and more municipalities and businesses are making them a requirement verses an option. And as long as I am required to wear one, I want a proper place to store it.
By Eric Kelley, Founder KelTech in Los Angeles, CA
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