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Pro Automatically regulates humidity
It has a built in humidistat which can record the room’s humidity and alter the mist’s intensity based on your chosen humidity level. Apart from the automatic option, it has low and high speed mist settings.
Pro Filters out white dust
It uses wicking filters which prevents white dust from occurring. White dust are minerals which come from humidified non-distilled water and are thrown around the room as part of the mist.
Pro Evenly distributes mist thanks to a built-in fan
The fan is located on top of the humidifier so it blows the air upwards. This distributes the mist more evenly.
Pro Great room coverage
It can cover a room that is up to 700 square feet in size.
Pro Doesn’t change room temperature
Being a cool mist humidifier it doesn’t alter the room’s temperature. It’s a good thing for regions where there’s naturally enough heat already.
Pro Detachable water tank
With a detachable tank it's easier to refill water as you don't have to move the whole humidifier to the water source. Simply remove the tank to fill it and then put it back afterwards.
Pro Runs up to 24 hours with one filling
On low settings it can keep running for up to 24 hours because of its large water capacity. While on the high speed, the 1.5 gallon water tank needs to be refilled twice a day.
Pro Aesthetically pleasing
Con Requires maintenance expenses
This unit uses filters which are required to be continuously replaced to work efficiently. Six to eight weeks is a regular filter lifespan, as indicated by the manufacturer. It costs around $13 for a set of replacement filters which is the cost of maintenance.
Con Larger than an average humidifier
It is a bit larger than the average humidifier because of its 1.5 gallon tank and the large fan. It can be more difficult to conveniently fit it in a room and carry around because of its size.