Face Mask Air Fan

Facial mask cooling device

US$ 31

The Face Mask Air Fan is the most Japanese thing you can think - period! It is related to face masks (which will continue being common in Japan even after the Covid pandemic, as they have been for a century already). It's a gimmicky gadget. It's practical. And it solves a problem that you probably thought unsolvable: how to make a face mask less hot and more breathable. And the answer? With a very small, very portable fan that clips onto the inside of the mask!

The Face Mask Air Fan works with pretty much all masks - paper, fabric, or polyurethane mix. It's so light (just 22 g/0.7 oz) that it won't affect the mask's fit. You charge it from any USB power outlet for 5 hours and it is then good for 3.5 hours, allowing your face to stay cool and keeping the bacteria or pollen particles away (it's a fan, remember). It comes with a 30 cm (11.8") USB cable and features two modes (regular and the slower "rhythm"), easily accessible by the push of a button. If you are wearing a mask, you definitely need this fan!

The Face Mask Air Fan features:

  • Wearable fan for face masks
  • Works with almost all types of masks
  • Color: white
  • Modes: regular, rhythm
  • Dimensions: 35 x 18 x 73 mm (1.3 x 0.7 x 2.8")
  • Weight: 22 g (0.7 oz)
  • Materials: ABS, PP, nylon, polyester
  • Power: lithium-ion polymer battery 3.7 V, 250 mAh
  • Power supply: DC 5 V 0.1 A (USB rechargeable)
  • Charging time: 5 hours
  • Continuous operation time: 3.5 hours (rhythm mode)
  • USB power cable length: 30 cm (11.8")
  • Comes with USB cable, pouch
  • Face mask not included (images show examples of use only)
  • Instructions: Japanese (but easy to use)
US$ 31

US$ 31