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Une invention pour mieux supporter le port du masque

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Airplusplus : c'est le nom d'un petit accessoire qui vient de faire l’objet d’un dépôt de brevet mondial par deux ingénieurs français. Un dispositif ingénieux conçu pour améliorer le confort des porteurs de masques et « soulager des millions de personnes qui ont beaucoup de difficulté à respirer correctement, surtout quand le masque doit être porté plus que quelques minutes d’affilé, comme par exemple en voyage, en entreprise, dans les commerces ».

Added on the 12/10/2020 15:08:30 - Copyright : L'Alsace

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