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Electronic Smile Now Available in a Mask

MaskMarket.com is unveiling a new LED Smart Mask today that will allow mask wearers a unique opportunity to show off an electronic smile and much more.

The sound-activated LED Smart Mask lights up and simulates facial expressions for talking and also offers the mask wearer an opportunity to show off a big, fun smile. MaskMarket.com was able to create a light board inside the mask, which is sound activated and syncs with the wearer’s voice.

“Masks are saving lives, are an integral part of our daily routine and not going away any time soon,” said Fred Hajjar, Co-Owner of MaskMarket.com. “So, we wanted to create a new, unique mask for our customers to keep safe, enjoy, and stand out amongst the crowd. The LED Smart Mask also makes a great gift for a friend or family member.”

Mask Market.com is the first PPE equipment website that allows you to design your own mask.

Since launching in April of 2020, MaskMarket.com is one of the best-known suppliers of re-washable PPE face masks in the Midwest in the short time since the virus landed in the United States. They are also one of the only manufacturers in the United States selling custom face masks to those who need them urgently to go back out into the world during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The mask cost is $47.95 plus shipping and handling. View more here.

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