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White dust are minerals that come from unfiltered water when it goes through a humidifier. This dust is being spread around with the humidified air. To prevent white dust from occurring, the water goes through wicking filters which separate the water and its minerals. See More
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. See More
The humidifier turns itself off when the water in the tank has ran out because of its automatic shut-off feature. This is very useful because if a warm mist humidifier keeps running with no water to heat, it can lead to some safety problems. See More
Other similar humidifiers appear to have a runtime of 40 hours or more whereas this one only runs for 20 to 36 hours. This halved runtime is a result of the humidifier being smaller than other similarly performing humidifiers. It seems tank size is where they chose to shave some weight. See More
This humidifier is smaller than most other humidifiers that cover an area of around 400-500 sq. ft. This means it can fit in smaller areas or be hidden out of sight more easily. This size is also the cause of it's smaller run time than some other similar performing humidifiers. See More
The humidifier is treated with anti-mold materials, to prevent microbial growth inside the humid parts of the humidifier. This prevents the growth of harmful bacteria in the moist environments, and keeps your air cleaner. This humidifier is also filter free which means you don’t have to worry about cleaning/replacing the filter every so often. See More