Razer has removed all mention of its Zephyr and Zephyr Pro face masks having N95-grade protection from its website, and there’s a new addendum specifically clarifying that the masks aren’t N95-certified. As we noted in our hands-on review of the fancy mask from October, the Zephyr was originally billed as having N95-grade filters, which might’ve technically been true, but a fairly damning breakdown from Naomi Wu in November accurately notes that Razer’s mask hasn’t been N95-certified and very likely wouldn’t meet the requirements for such certification. Razer’s reference to N95-grade filtration was likely referring to the small disc-shaped filters included with the mask, which very well may have been made from N95-grade material, but that doesn’t mean the mask as a whole offers similar levels of protection, and according to Wu, it almost certainly doesn’t. On January 8, seemingly in response to Wu’s critiques on YouTube and Twitter , Razer tweeted out a link to a webpage explaining how its filters work to “offer greater protection over standard cloth masks and daily disposable masks.” Included in the explainer is an addendum that reads: “The Razer Zephyr and Zephyr Pro are not certified N95 masks, medical devices, respirators, surgical masks, or personal… Read full this story
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