After wearing both of my RZ masks periodically over a couple months, I really didn’t like the way either one fit, so I decided to improve the design. Watch me demonstrate four different ways you can modify the M2 or M2.5 masks for a better fit and seal. I put links below to some of the materials you might need, depending on which approach you select.
These modifications range from extremely easy and free, to reasonably easy and inexpensive. I recommend trying one of the temporary approaches before committing to something permanent. This is a long video because I thought it might help some people to see the whole process of sewing the modifications, but it’s broken in to chapters for easier viewing.
This is the original unboxing-and-review:
RZ Mask M2 Bundle: https://amzn.to/3a5Ciwb
RZ Mask M2.5 Bundle: https://amzn.to/3omb61j
Compact Sewing Kit: https://amzn.to/3ce5ROW
1/4" Made-in-USA Black Elastic: https://amzn.to/39hqeJl
1/2" Made-in-USA Black Elastic: https://amzn.to/3qW4N6B
1/2" Curved Side Release Buckles: https://amzn.to/3qQfIP1
3/8" buckles: https://amzn.to/3pmlIyH (From the measurements, these look like the same size as the M2.5 buckles – I’ll update this once I get some and confirm.)
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1:16 M2.5 – Easy strap relocation option
5:06 M2.5 – Easy strap replacement option
10:05 Explanation of how M2.5 straps are sewn on
12:49 M2.5 – Strap relocation option (involves sewing)
33:00 M2 – Adding a strap (involves sewing)
47:43 – Conclusion