The new Respro® Cinqro™ mask has finally arrived!



The Cinqro™ mask focuses on the ‘urban trainer’, the ‘home runner’ or the multi-sport end user where breathing rates are typically higher than your average commuter. Improved comfortability are key to this level of personal endeavor.

For improved air flow and comfortability the two Powa Elite™ valves on the Cinqro™ mask allow faster air flow characteristics when breathing out at elevated breathing patterns, ie when you are giving it the beans from A2B which equates to less back pressure, less dampness in the filter, improved filtration, lower inhalation resistance all of which result in improved comfort and performance.

The Cinqro™ package incorporates a complete mask fitted with a Hepa-Type particle filter for filtering submicron particles like diesel smoke, pollen, brake lining dust and any aqueous water vapor particles that can carry various chemicals in the air. A spare DACC chemical/particle filter is also supplied as part of the package allowing filter interchangeability making the Cinqro™ mask suitable for use in a wider variety of environments from inner cities to the countryside. A graphics rebuild for the look of the mask fits it squarely in the sports arena rather than the ‘scare the hell out of everyone’ arena.

Buy your Respro® Cinqro™ mask here:

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10 Responses to The new Respro® Cinqro™ mask has finally arrived!

  1. Reina says:

    I have chronic asthma and attempt to exercise quite a bit but when going out cigarette smoke always triggers bad attacks(although I am worried about other fumes and bad stuff in the air that’s just my main concern). I’ve been trying to look for a mask to get to do light work outs in that can handle the severity of my asthma since I’m a very heavy and fast breather and for daily use. The Cinqro mask seems like the best option for me but im not sure what filter would be best for the smoke. Would the cinqro filter for urban use be ok? Or is their a batter option

  2. says:

    Is it possible to swap the Cinqro filter to a Sportsta mask? It’s quite an eyesore. :(

    • Hi Luke,

      All of our masks have interchangeable filters and valves to allow you to choose the best option of mask and filter dependent on your needs provided the size of the filter and the size of the mask is the same. i.e. large filter/ large mask. So yes is the answer to your question.
      Harrison | Team Respro® Customer Services

  3. Hadrien Demagny says:


    I am a cycling enthusiast in Los Angeles. I can’t decide between the Techno and the new Cinqro. Also I would need help for the sizing. I am
    Height: 181 cm
    Weight: 64 kg
    Neck size: 36 cm
    Hat size: 55 cm
    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.


    PS: Do you ship to the U.S ?

    • Respro UK Ltd says:

      Hi Hadrien,

      Yes, we do ship to the U.S.- We offer free shipping, anywhere on the planet.

      I will pass on your message to customer services, who can assist with determining your size.

      Hope this helps.

      Team Respro®

  4. vinod says:


    Need your help in choosing a right respro mask.

    My Requirement: I do cycle and run in Bangalore, a metropolitan city in India. Most of the times, while running/cycling in such an urban environment in peak traffic, I end up inhaling the exhaust emissions of automobiles which run on petrol/diesel/LPG/CNG.

    I want a mask that protects me from the urban poolution(automobile exhaust emissions,and also dust) and at the same time, doesn’t affect my athletic performance. It should offer least amount of resistance and I should be able to run/cycle at speeds which I do without wearing the mask, with same amount of effort.

    I’ve gone through the chart given in your blog (
    There are four masks that interested me: Sportsta, Sity, Techno, and Cinqro. I’ve some queries.

    Sportsata: (

    •Low Breathing Resistance
    •Filters Out Exhaust Emissions and Sub-Micron Particulates
    •Rapid Airflow Valve System
    The Sportsta mask offers maximum ventilation without sacrificing filtration and to maximize rider performance, state of the art Powa valves are a standard feature and a must for all who ride to their limits.

    Now compare this to the Chart:
    no exhaust fume filtration
    no exhalation valves
    yes for urban environment

    The chart says no exhaust fume filtration where as the web page saysit filters out exhaust emissions. Which one is correct? and incas eif it doesn’t filter out exhaust emissions, how is it suitable for urban environment as suggested by the chart?

    City mask:

    protects from automobile fumes. How ever it has techno valves but no rapid airflow valves as in sportsta. So which of the two is good for athletic performance in a hypothetical pollution free environment? which one has less affect on the breathing pattern?

    combines the filtering properties of both sportsta and city.
    Working in combination with the Techno filter, are two new Techno valves specifically designed to improve airflow performance on exhalation.

    Again I’ve a question on the valves? Is it the same techno valves that exist on City mask? What does the absence of ‘rapid air flow valve’ do?

    For improved air flow and comfortability the two Powa Elite™ valves on the Cinqro™ mask allow faster air flow characteristics when breathing out at elevated breathing patterns, ie when you are giving it the beans from A2B which equates to less back pressure, less dampness in the filter, improved filtration, lower inhalation resistance all of which result in improved comfort and performance.

    After going through all the masks, I’ve realized that there two things to consider.
    First I should select the mask based on it’s airflow/resistance. Once I have zeroed in on the mask, I can replace it’s filter with taht of another mask.

    P.S. I look forward to your advice on which mask is best suitable for my requirement. We are actually a group of cycling enthusiasts in Bangalore. Lot of us are intersted in respro masks but not sure which type we should go for. Check these two links.!topic/bangalore-bikers/lXhiNGxBa7M

    So a quick response may help a lot of us.

    Thanks & Regards

    • Respro UK Ltd says:

      For running we would be recommending that you buy a Sportsta™ mask. This is the best mask for sport activity with the best airflow characteristics and one that I use for around town use when I bike around London. It does not impair cardio function.

      For filtering gases and vapors you would require an added layer which would be charcoal, available with the Techno filter. The Techno filter is the Sports filter and the City filter combined giving the user both sub-micron particle filtration with gas and vapour filtration. It has sub-micron filtration capability which means is that it is able to trap particles less than one micron in size which is more than capable of the removal of 2.5 micron particulate material (PM).

      The DACC Activated charcoal layer within the Techno filter has excellent adsorption properties when it comes to SO2 and NO2 uptakes. With this capability and its capability of filtering VOC’s it is the best filter available in our range for dealing with the broad spectrum of pollutants commonly found in major cities across the globe.

      Our masks are available in a range of sizes to ensure a good fit.
      As a rule of thumb mask sizing is as follows;
      5′ Heavy Build – 5’6′ Average Build = Medium
      5’6″ Heavy Build – 6′ Average Build = Large
      6′ Heavy Build – 6’+ Average Build = X-Large
      To be more accurate or for us to advise you, please send us the following details:

      Neck size:
      Hat size:

      We are still offering free shipping anywhere on the planet. You can order your products directly from our website and get free shipping anywhere in the world. We offer a fast, efficient, secure with next day despatch guaranteed whilst we have stock.

      I hope this is of assistance and please feel free to ask for any further advice.

  5. Waxy says:

    Congratulations! This is good news indeed. I’m sure there are many fans of Respro masks that have been looking forward to the release of another fine mask.

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