How do I select the correct size?
Blocc comes in two sizes: Medium and Large. The width for both is identical and provides a universal fit for adults, butthe overall lengths are slightly different:
- Medium: 5.2”, 133mm
(Recommended for women)
- Large: 5.5”, 140mm
(Recommended for men)
Is Blocc FDA registered?
Yes, Blocc is listed as a medical device with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for FY 2021 pursuant to Title 21, CFR Part 807 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations.
- Proprietary Name: Blocc
- Listing Number: D424889
- FDA Product Code: LYU (Surgical Apparel Accessories)
Is Blocc Available on Ebay, Etsy, Lazada, or Shopee?
The authentic Blocc Face Shield is not listed on platforms such as Ebay, Etsy, Lazada, or Shopee. Blocc-inspired face shields listed on such platforms are poorly-engineered counterfeits that distort your vision and cause severe dizziness and / or nausea. Click here to see for yourself.
Does Blocc fog up?
Blocc is coated with anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings to mitigate fogging and minor scratches on the surface (Please note that the coatings may wear off overtime).
Does Blocc offer UV protection?
Yes, Blocc is treated with UV380 nanometer coating to block out UVA and UVB rays that may cause eye problems and premature skin aging.
Can Blocc replace a face mask?
No, Blocc cannot replace a face mask. The CDC does not recommend using face shields or goggles as a substitute for masks. We advise that you wear Blocc in addition to a face mask for full protection.
Can I wear prescription glasses with Blocc?
You can wear most glasses together with Blocc.
Can I adjust the nosepiece?
Yes. The nosepiece is easy to bend, as it is made of impact-resistant polycarbonate. You can adjust it freely to fit the shape of your nose.
Can I use alcohol or lysol wipes to clean Blocc?
No, Blocc should be rinsed with dish soap and warm water only.
What is Blocc made of?
Blocc is made of impact-resistant polycarbonate; the same material used to manufacture medical and military-grade accessories such as protective goggles. It also makes Blocc a lightweight, reusable face shield that provides glass-like optical clarity and visibility (Fun fact: NASA’s astronaut helmet for the Apollo moon landing in 1969 was also made from polycarbonate).
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