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I'd like to know how much time I have on my gas mask on the surface.

My character's breathing frequency changes sometimes. Is that an indicator that I should change my gas mask?

Also, should I change my gas mask for any other reason than if it becomes damaged, like, glass broken from an attack?

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There is clear indication of that on Artyom's watch.

On PC, you have to press T to look at it. On Xbox 360 - Left Bumper.

Also, should I change my gas mask for any other reason than if it becomes damaged, like, glass broken from an attack?

AFAIK, new mask always comes with the filter at 100%, so you could change just for that.

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  • nice. Would you also like to answer the second part of my question?
    – DrFish
    Apr 27, 2011 at 19:11
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In the inventory, beneath the gas mask is a number. That's the number of minutes left for your filter. It's game minutes though, not real-time minutes.

Also, when your filter is getting low your mask should start to fog up, which is an indication that you will need to change it soon.

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