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Breathe easy while staying protected from the Coronavirus!

For a limited time, head over to MQ Direct where you can score a 10-Pack of Protective Face Shields for just $14.90 shipped (regularly $29.80) when you use our exclusive promo code HIPSHIELDS at checkout!

That makes each shield just $1.49 each!

These face shields help protect both you and others from airborne droplets by wrapping around the front and sides of your face. They have a comfy sponge headband and an elastic strap for a secure fit. Plus, they have an anti-fog coating and easily fit over glasses and masks. They’re also easy to clean with soap and water making them endlessly reusable!

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Protective Face Shields 10-Pack $29.80
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Final cost $14.90 shipped – just $1.49 each shield!


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Comments 61

  1. Midge

    Does anyone know where these are manufactured?

  2. Doug

    Do they really need to put FACE SHIELD on them? LOL

    • JMonte509

      When we went to a drive thru pickup for our children’s schools the teachers had on face shields, face masks and gloves. In our small community coronavirus is VERY rampant. So we aren’t taking any chances.

      • L

        I think Doug was referring to the fact that “FACE SHIELD” is written across the front, not questioning why people would need face shields.

        • JMonte509

          Gotcha!

    • Niky

      Lol, I was thinking the same thing. We already know what they are. We don’t need a huge label.

    • mel

      Its just the label. You can remove it.

      • ALM

        Um, I think you missed the point

      • rebecca

        i just ordered these as a school requirement for my 6 year old, last week. the part that says “Face Shield” is NOT removable.
        there is a film that is protective on the clear part that needs removed before use, but the words are just stamped there on the top for all time.

    • paul

      If they didn’t, some people might mistake them for windshields. That just won’t do.

    • JMonte509

      I get it now 😉

    • jaz430

      In case we forget! lol

  3. Aleshia

    How are these on small children. Like 5 and 9 year old? I purchased some of the glasses face shields and the shield keeps snapping off the glasses.

    • DJ

      Woot has children face shields in a 10 pack. The ones advertised would not be good for kids. I have them.

    • IrishND98

      The elastic band around the head allows for a big range in head size. My 4 year old wears these and they work well.

  4. DJ

    I ordered a pack. I have about 7 at home. Thanks.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome!

  5. Megan

    Just keep in mind that these are to shield your eyes, not your airway. They do pretty much nothing for airborne particulates.

    • KR

      I would wear them as a combo with a mask. And hoping others around are considerate enough to wear their own mask, which is what really protects from airborne particles.

      • faithanne

        Actually virus particularly are so small they are not stopped by masks.

        • Tilly

          Faith Anne they may not stop all virus particles, but they do help mitigate the potential spread of the virus.

          • A

            Says right on the packages of masks that they do not provide protection for coronavirus.
            You’ve seen what virologist wear right?

            • Salsz

              Amen!

        • Maggie

          Masks stop DROPLETS, and COVID is mostly carried out in DROPLETS. Think of the little bubbles of spit and respiratory exhalations that come out of people’s mouths: those bubbles carry out virus, and they’re big enough for a mask to catch. When someone else inhales those droplets containing the virus, it infects them, but if we can stop the droplets from reaching them, it becomes very unlikely to infect them. Masks DO vastly diminish the spread of those droplets….and that’s how they limit the spread of the virus. Think of it like a car approaching a concrete wall with a 3-wide opening. Your car won’t fit through it. While you personally could walk through that opening, as long as you have to travel inside a car, you can’t get through. That’s how masks work! The virus is traveling in a droplet that’s like the big car approaching the small opening in the wall. While it could theoretically get through the gap if it were traveling on its own, it can’t get through since it’s ACTUALLY stuck the bigger thing that can’t pass through, That’s how masks diminish spread.

          • Evie

            I love your definition. Even a child can understand! Many just choose the path of ignorance!

        • Maggie

          Masks help to dramatically reduce the spray of DROPLETS, and COVID is mostly carried out in DROPLETS. Think of the little bubbles of spit and respiratory exhalations that come out of people’s mouths: those bubbles carry out virus, and they’re big enough for a mask to catch. When someone else inhales those droplets containing the virus, it infects them, but if we can stop the droplets from reaching them, it becomes very unlikely to infect them. Masks DO diminish the spread of those droplets by simply catching them from your mouth and nose….and that’s how they limit the spread of the virus. Think of it like a car approaching a concrete wall with a 3-wide opening. Your car won’t fit through it. While you personally could walk through that opening, as long as you have to travel inside a car, you can’t get through. That’s how masks work! The virus is traveling in a droplet that’s like the big car approaching the small opening in the wall. While it could theoretically get through the gap if it were traveling on its own, it can’t get through since it’s ACTUALLY stuck the bigger thing that can’t pass through, That’s how masks diminish spread.

          • Demi

            Ok maggie, we get it

          • vic

            your logic is a bit messed up.
            so covid is mostly transferred via droplets, not airborne…then this non-permeable plastic mask(like a wall) would stop covid more than a piece of fabric with holes all over it(like a wall with an opening). but hey, common sense is just not so common anymore!

        • Emily

          You’re right that the virus particles themselves are not stopped by masks, but they’re often carried in respiratory droplets which are stopped by masks!

          So we should all wear masks to stop potential spread at the source – you or I could have covid germs and not know it! I wear a mask for you, not for myself.

        • pat

          True

    • Zara

      They make manufacturers and seller richer! 😂

    • Ketsy Rivas

      These stop spit from getting in your eyes and face. My SO is a butcher of latin american descent and sadly some Americans are disrespectful towards anyone with an accent and a tint to skin. I bought some for the children as well just in case they go back to school and other children follow their parents’ footsteps and decide to spit and joke about the virus. Shields peotect us from people more than from the virus. 🙂

    • marlon.mqdirect

      Hi,

      We actually have PayPal integration. MQ has been featured on Hip2Save several times ! Thousands of happy customers so far!

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      • Laura Wyatt

        I couldn’t get PayPal to work for me. It didn’t have the option. I ordered hope they come!!

  6. gentledogwalker

    One of my friends mentioned that yes wear a facemask of course but if you wear sunglasses or eyeglasses you can protect your eyes a little bit more from any particles going into your eyeball which are moist and the virus could go into the eye area.

  7. SavemesomemoneyMOM!

    Face shields are meant to be worn on conjunction with a mask. Mask first, then shield. I work as a nurse, we are required to wear a mask and eye glasses. We can wear shields, but use them for certain procedures with patients. This should not be your first line of defense. Just want people to be aware. It’s like wearing a mask and not wearing it completely over your mouth and nose. One without the other, won’t hell keep you safe. Have a good day.

    • SavemesomemoneyMOM!

      That should have said “help, not h***.” 😂 I also, realize people have their own beliefs on things like this. I am sharing the knowledge I have and believe in. I know we are all doing what we can during these times to protect our families. Stay safe.💕

      • Beverly

        Thank you for sharing your beliefs with kindness! 🙂

  8. everybodyluvsmonkeys

    I ordered these last week but haven’t gotten them yet. Can’t wait to try them out.

  9. Jen

    Are they transparent? I meant transparent to the point that I can see through the shield?
    I have bad experiences buying face shield from elsewhere that are not transparent at all.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Jen! Here is what I found listed in the details – “CLEAR FACE SHIELD: Lightweight & easy to see through face cover helps protect you.”
      Hope that helps!

    • heretohelp

      I thought I was in the same boat, but discovered I had to peel off the thin film! lol. No instructions from ebay seller. However, this site seems to have films protecting both sides. Good luck!

  10. Tammy

    Is he wearing the same one as the one pictured with just the shields? The pic with just the shields look much shorter than the one he has on?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yes! They are the same shields.

  11. Casey

    Don’t know how I feel about these.🤔

  12. pjane

    They do not prevent virus transmission. But would prevent unwanted preganancies.

    • GAmommyof4

      BEST comment of the day!!! 🤣

    • faithanne

      🤣😂

    • Sheila

      Thank goodness! Thanks for that expert advice!! 🤣

  13. Heather

    They had these exact ones at the children’s hospital we went to today. They have to wear a mask and a face shield no matter what they are seeing the patient for.

  14. Pat

    Derby looks scary.

  15. Jan

    I know facts are not a popular thing to bring up in connection with masks, but do keep in mind that in the USA (including CA, NY, NJ and AZ) the death statistics for Covid-19 are 540 deaths per MILLION. This includes those in long term care. Wear what you want, but keep actual risk in perspective.

    • ohjodi

      I’ve heard the horror stories of people being in a coma for weeks, losing limbs, hands, or feet, going blind, permanent heart or lung damage, brain damage, one woman needed a double lung transplant. The horrible pain many people go through when they have this, like breathing broken glass, they’ve said.

      People want to focus on the number dead, but forget that horrible in-between that may be worse than death. And then there’s the terrible medical expenses, and job losses, that being sick with covid, or having a family member sick, can cause.

      I can’t afford to get even slightly sick with this. Nobody in my extended family can afford to get sick with this. Even just having to quarantine without being sick would be detrimental.

      And I sure wouldn’t want to be the one to get someone else sick, and potentially ruin their lives, not just end them.

      Focusing on a death statistic ignores the true horrors of this virus. That’s my perspective.

      • Smellyann

        One of the sanest, most rational comments on here about COVID. Thank you for helping others see, even if it’s just one.

    • Salsz

      Facts are truly not appreciated when it comes to masks or covid in general…. 😂😂😂

    • Emily

      Hospitalization rates are close to 1 in 10 of those infected (my home state is at about 9%). Please keep those risks in perspective too – it’s not just about deaths.

  16. Em C

    The image and the first line of this post (“breathe easy…”) are misleading. A face shield is meant to be worn IN ADDITION to a mask, not INSTEAD OF it.

  17. carolanneholder

    This is an amazing deal. Live in NYC wear a mask on mass transit each of 3 days I commute.

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