Nano Wave Mask tested by world champions

posted August 07, 2020 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Sports
World-class athletes and champions won't settle for any ordinary face mask during these times.

Shown here wearing Nano Wave Masks are (from left) Sean Gibbons, MP Promotions' President; Jeff Mayweather (Floyd Mayweather's uncle); John Riel Casimero, WBO champion and three-division world champion; and former world champion
Clarence Bones Adams.
One such mask they would go for is the “Nano Wave Mask,” which suites the styles of the finest professional athletes all over the world, those who actively train at the time of pandemic. 

With its first to market dynamic and filtered unidirectional valve, the Nano Wave Mask presents the best of comfort and protection for them.

Veteran international boxing matchmaker Sean Gibbons and reigning World Boxing Organization world bantamweight champion Casimero have praised and recommended the mask.

“Fantastic and great mask,” said the MP Promotions' President Gibbons, who wore the Nano Wave Face Mask, with Casimero and boxing trainer Jeff Mayweather, while doing their training in Las Vegas, Nevada in the United States.

Doctor Chad Marthinussen and Gino Lange of African Tech Start Up, Wave Innovate are promoting the mask globally with a unique valve system that no other mask has. They are taking their Nano Wave respiratory mask all over the world with excitement and integrity.

The Nano Wave Mask has found the sweet spot between function and form, forged from state-of-the-art materials, a five layered filtration system, a valve system designed for easy breathing and talking, coming in a variety of colors as well as a full junior range for children.

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Topics: Nano Wave Mask , Scott Farrell , Sean Gibbons , Chad Marthinussen , Gino Lange
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