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ARCHEER Ultrasonic Cool Mist Essential Oil Diffuser $11.18 with discount, $27.95 without

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This is my first deal post. I have the same diffuser in the dark wood grain (now sold out) and love it. This diffuser is currently $27.95, but if you click on the "Buy 1, Get 60% off" link on the product page- it drops the price to $11.18. Ships free with Prime. Available in light wood grain and white.

It only lets you buy one at this price. Wish I could buy more as Christmas gifts.

https://www.amazon.com/Aromathera...a_aw_od_pi

Here's a SlickDeal alert from September for the same brand and Seller-
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/10572844

This is my favorite of the 3 diffusers I own. The 300ml size runs for two nights of use for me. Someone pointed out something about Fakespot F in the comments and said that I probably posted one of those. I'm not sure what Fakespot F is, but I actually am awful about posting reviews of things I love and am usually only "moved" to do so when something works out very poorly. I have posted 5 or 6 positive reviews on Amazon over the past 10 years, but none for diffusers. Haha! Link to my Amazon reviews in the comments below.

I've been watching them on Amazon and this was the lowest price I'd seen for this type/size. I have been using SlickDeals for years - but have always been hesitant to post anything for this very reason. With this deal, this diffuser is way cheaper than even the poorly rated ones and it's my hands down favorite of the 3 I have. My other two are the "tulip vase" shape.
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I can't figure out how to add the photo to the Deal Alert. I apologize.
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Fakespot F, over 90% fake reviews, including OPs probably.
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Yikes. I almost didn't post this because I've seen so many people flamed for what/how they posted. I have been using SlickDeals for years - but have always been hesitant to post for this very reason. With this deal, this is way cheaper than even the poorly rated ones and it's my favorite of the 3 I have. My other two are the "tulip vase" shape.
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I'm a nurse/mom/grandma in my 40's, who lives in the Midwest. Was just trying to help someone out. I got the info for the last diffuser I bought from Slickdeals and was appreciative of that. I'm as irritated by fake reviews as the next person and if you go to this link to my Amazon reviews you will see I haven't reviewed this diffuser or either of the other two I purchased on Amazon. I've only reviewed a handful of items over the past 10 years.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/profile...eview=true
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Here's a SlickDeals Alert from September for the same brand and seller. It was much better received, probably because the person wasn't a new "poster" like me. Disappointing it went this way, but posting on the internet isn't for the faint of heart, I suppose.

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/10572844
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probably because the person wasn't a new "poster" like me. Disappointing it went this way, but posting on the internet isn't for the faint of heart, I suppose.

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/10572844
They aren't the same product (very similar, yes, but different). I fail to see how that backs up your whine?

Besides, who cares how your deal is received? You tried to help someone, people weren't interested, move on!

I have posted plenty of deals, some very good and some... well, terrible. I don't do it for reps or thanks, I do it to share a deal. If you aren't here for the same reason or get upset if you get rejected, well, toughen up Confused
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I did not say it was the same product. I said it was the same **brand** and seller. I posted that link simply to show that a post for a diffuser of the same brand/seller had been well received..... speculating that all the mistrust was due to my lack of experience posting and lack of credibility due to being a reader/lurker for the past 5 years. Basically, I was attempting to demonstrate that the problem is with me/my presentation of the deal and not the product itself.
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OP, don't worry too much, haters gonna hate. Thanks for the posting!
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To be frank, I wasn't even sure what reps are and could care less now that I do know. I just figured it out and gave one to the person who posted the diffuser that I last purchased and will give them to people in the future who post items I find useful. In the past, I've simply given a "thumbs up." I clearly didn't know what I was doing and apparently didn't post the photo at the appropriate time and I also did an atrocious job of describing the item in the title. It took quite a bit of my time due to the fact I'd never posted before and ended up being an epic fail. Lesson learned.
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OP, don't worry too much, haters gonna hate. Thanks for the posting!
Thank you for the gesture of kindness. Now that I know what Reps are, I'm going to be the rep fairy. Smilie Well, at least when it's deserved.
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ended up being an epic fail. Lesson learned.
Who said it is a fail? You just posted it. Give it some time and have patience!

I think you are making the internet harsh for yourself! You should get how this works, you have been around for 5+ years!

As Aaron Rodgers would say, R-E-L-A-X!
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Thank you for the gesture of kindness. Now that I know what Reps are, I'm going to be the rep fairy. Smilie Well, at least when it's deserved.
I happen to research cheap oil diffusers recently on Amazon for my wife.
They are pretty much the same thing with different capacities, a little be more timer options, and a few cute settings between $15-40. That's why the discount price for a 300ml is a good deal, cheaper than the Innogear one for BF.

The main difference is that some of these products receive a lot of reviews and others don't, plus inflated, fake review posts, could be due to quality control or paid advertisements.
I won't expect too much on these cheap China-made stuffs. If it is a good price point, go for it for your own sake.
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I happen to research cheap oil diffusers recently on Amazon for my wife.
They are pretty much the same thing with different capacities, a little be more timer options, and a few cute settings between $15-40. That's why the discount price for a 300ml is a good deal, cheaper than the Innogear one for BF.

The main difference is that some of these products receive a lot of reviews and others don't, plus inflated, fake review posts, could be due to quality control or paid advertisements.
I won't expect too much on these cheap China-made stuffs. If it is a good price point, go for it for your own sake.
Interestingly, I recently snagged 2 Homedics Ellia diffusers at Macy's for $28.xx each. (Clearance.) The Homedics Ellia model I got was $129 on Amazon/sold by Amazon the day I purchased them. The Ellia did have features these basic ones don't (like soothing sounds), but the Ellia diffusers seemed to produce almost no mist/scent compared to these. I ended up returning the Ellia diffusers to Macy's because I like this one that much better. I've purchased all 3 of my diffusers on Amazon and purchased the identical version of this brand (except dark wood) for $13.xx a few months back, using a coupon code. I purchased a different diffuser that I saw in a SlickDeal post and it's fine too. I just like the profile of this one better and it seems to put out the finest, steadiest mist of the 3. I bought this one today as a Christmas gift, along with some Aura Cacia lavender for a young mom on my gift list. I was going to buy one more, but it was $27.95- so I passed.
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Interestingly, I recently snagged 2 Homedics Ellia diffusers at Macy's for $28.xx each. (Clearance.) The Homedics Ellia model I got was $129 on Amazon/sold by Amazon the day I purchased them. The Ellia did have features these basic ones don't (like soothing sounds), but the Ellia diffusers seemed to produce almost no mist/scent compared to these. I ended up returning the Ellia diffusers to Macy's because I like this one that much better. I've purchased all 3 of my diffusers on Amazon and purchased the identical version of this brand (except dark wood) for $13.xx a few months back, using a coupon code. I purchased a different diffuser that I saw in a SlickDeal post and it's fine too. I just like the profile of this one better and it seems to put out the finest, steadiest mist of the 3. I bought this one today as a Christmas gift, along with some Aura Cacia lavender for a young mom on my gift list. I was going to buy one more, but it was $27.95- so I passed.
Hi ruthiebell, may you suggest some good oil brands?
We just got into this, and simply bought a set of Woolzies oils at Marshall.
My wife loves Lavender and Jasmine scents so far. Thanks.
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