The UK’s first ‘fashionable face mask’ vending machines have been teased on Twitter, with one user joking it won’t be long before trendy London influencers discover them.
Broadcaster and journalist Emma Barnett, 35, from London, took to yesterday to share a picture of the vending machines with the caption: ‘Oh Soho.
How I’ve missed thee.’
It wasn’t long before the post, which racked up over 200 likes, caught the attention of other users, who couldn’t believe the £12 price tag of the masks, and joked they were ‘surprised it’s taken this long’ to install the machines.
The dispensers were launched near tube stations and shopping centres in May, by new company Maskey, which began trading in April this year.
Its fashionable cotton masks are made in London, and are reusable and washable.
The UK’s first ‘fashionable face mask’ vending machines have been teased on Twitter for it’s pricey face coverings.
Pictured, a Maskey dispenser in The Mall in Walthamstow
The masks are created by Maskey, who began trading in April this year providing fashionable cotton masks made in London
In reply to Emma, one user wrote: ‘THE UK’S FIRST.
Sssh before all the influencers/models etc. find out!’
‘But I wanted a Toffee Crisp and a Coke,’ joked another.
A third commented: ‘I’m surprised it’s taken this long!’
The first Maskey Shop opened outside Mace Convenience store on Brook Parade in Chigwell, Essex and the dispensers are now in various locations dotted around London.
Broadcaster and journalist Emma Barnett, 35, from London, took to Twitter yesterday to share a picture of the vending machines
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