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Basecamp is a mask brand that I’ve been aware of since the first week or two of running Breathesafeair. However, despite coming across its masks on many occasions, I never reviewed the products. This was for no particular reason other than I never found the time.

Fast forward to about a month ago, and Basecamp reached out to me to ask if I would like to try some of the company’s masks. Considering how long they’d been on my radar, this was an offer that I jumped on.

Although Basecamp offered me the masks for review, all thoughts expressed in this post are my own. I’ve made it clear that my transparency and honesty stand above all else and that I will share my true thoughts in this article – whatever they may be.

With that being said, this is a review that I’ve been looking forward to. When searching for pollution masks, Basecamp almost always comes up. On Amazon, the Basecamp M Plus mask has over 13,000 ratings! These add up to 4.2 stars. Considering the vast number of reviews, this is impressive.

On top of this, Basecamp has over 5000 reviews on two of its other models. It’s clear that many people have purchased and enjoyed using these masks. Add to this that all of Basecamp’s masks have a 4.2 or better rating, and it becomes apparent that these devices are incredibly popular.

Without further ado, it’s time to see why so many people purchase these masks. Do they deserve the ratings they have? I aim to answer that question in this Basecamp M Plus Dust Mask review.

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