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Anypro Global via Amazon has 3.5L ultrasonic cool mist humidifiers on sale for $25.99 with coupon code SI6GC7H7. Shipping is free.

  • Ultrasonic cool mist humidifier with 0.9 Gallon capacity runs 20 to 36 hours of continuous operation (depending on mist control setting) so you can breathe easily and sleep better
  • Longer mist stream provides perfect coverage and leaves no condensation on the floor. Suitable for bedrooms, medium-sized to large rooms.
  • Premium material helps suppress mold growth- works best with distilled water.
  • Deep groove design greatly reduces leakage and increases resistance to compression. No worries about leakage and base crack
  • Super quiet function always ensures you a peace of mind for overnight use.

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I love ultrasonic humidifiers. The only way to go, vs warm mist that require constant cleaning, or cool mist that put out virtually no moisture.

But I don't understand why ultrasonic makers insist on putting the reservoir cap on the BOTTOM. It would be so much easier to refill from the TOP, with the reservoir in place.

Amazon does have a number of TOP FILL ultrasonic humidifiers, but all are double the cost of this one or more.

I bought the Honeywell HUL570 Top Fill Cool Mist Humidifier for my mom last year when Best Buy cleared them out for $26.99. It's been GREAT! Much easier for her to refill, since she can bring water to the unit a bit at a time, and not have to carry the heavy tank from the sink.

Pay more for a top fill ultrasonic, or wait for a deal on one (though they're rare).
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It's because if tap water. I learned it hard way. Las winter my heater broke because white fine dust clogged air filter. Heater motor couldn't suck any air. Now I use water bought from grocery shop and no such issue.
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These things don't last me longer than a few uses, consistently breaks in the same place making it unusable
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Great deal. Thanks OP! Bought 2.
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These things don't last me longer than a few uses, consistently breaks in the same place making it unusable
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I'm done with ultrasonic. Read evaporative aren't as good. I had white dust all over, everything plastic that attracts charged particles. I even used 2 decalcification cartridges. Made zero difference. I had Pure guardian and Homedics portable that uses standard water bottles. Returned both. The latter released larger water droplets with the mist which created a wet spot on my hard wood floor. Neither required distilled water. Went back to my usual water in steel or glass containers on radiators and stove. BTW when i first bought the 1 gallon Pure guardian i took a video of it when first out of the box compared to after a few weeks of use. The mist is definitely not as strong when brand new. I followed cleaning instructions but i guess the membrane got calcified. Even hot vinegar didn't help.
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I'm done with ultrasonic. Read evaporative aren't as good. I had white dust all over, everything plastic that attracts charged particles. I even used 2 decalcification cartridges. Made zero difference. I had Pure guardian and Homedics portable that uses standard water bottles. Returned both. The latter released larger water droplets with the mist which created a wet spot on my hard wood floor. Neither required distilled water. Went back to my usual water in steel or glass containers on radiators and stove. BTW when i first bought the 1 gallon Pure guardian i took a video of it when first out of the box compared to after a few weeks of use. The mist is definitely not as strong when brand new. I followed cleaning instructions but i guess the membrane got calcified. Even hot vinegar didn't help.
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It's because if tap water. I learned it hard way. Las winter my heater broke because white fine dust clogged air filter. Heater motor couldn't suck any air. Now I use water bought from grocery shop and no such issue.
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It's because if tap water. I learned it hard way. Las winter my heater broke because white fine dust clogged air filter. Heater motor couldn't suck any air. Now I use water bought from grocery shop and no such issue.
Water around here is very hard. Didistilled water is definitely the answer but then it adds to the cost of operation and to me it makes a difference. What's the deal with expensive cartridges if they don't even work. I had to use 2+ gallons for my large unit, about 1400ml for portable /day. My electric bill went from $25 to $37. I had to run them 24/7. I remember seeing distilled water around here $1/gallon.
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I love ultrasonic humidifiers. The only way to go, vs warm mist that require constant cleaning, or cool mist that put out virtually no moisture.

But I don't understand why ultrasonic makers insist on putting the reservoir cap on the BOTTOM. It would be so much easier to refill from the TOP, with the reservoir in place.

Amazon does have a number of TOP FILL ultrasonic humidifiers, but all are double the cost of this one or more.

I bought the Honeywell HUL570 Top Fill Cool Mist Humidifier for my mom last year when Best Buy cleared them out for $26.99. It's been GREAT! Much easier for her to refill, since she can bring water to the unit a bit at a time, and not have to carry the heavy tank from the sink.

Pay more for a top fill ultrasonic, or wait for a deal on one (though they're rare).
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Water around here is very hard. Didistilled water is definitely the answer but then it adds to the cost of operation and to me it makes a difference. What's the deal with expensive cartridges if they don't even work. I had to use 2+ gallons for my large unit, about 1400ml for portable /day. My electric bill went from $25 to $37. I had to run them 24/7. I remember seeing distilled water around here $1/gallon.

My humidifier doesn't have any filter. It has some round shaped beeds, like tic tac, may be that works as filter. I use cleaned milk gallons to refill water from Wal-Mart 35 cents each. I keep 5 to 7 gallons in my garage.
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My humidifier doesn't have any filter. It has some round shaped beeds, like tic tac, may be that works as filter. I use cleaned milk gallons to refill water from Wal-Mart 35 cents each. I keep 5 to 7 gallons in my garage.
I don't think the Walmart filtered water is any better than your tap water. I don't think it takes out calcium.

I do buy the distilled water inside to refill my cool most. The run for$0.84/gallon, which isn't bad.
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I have one of these and works great. No white dust at all. Nothing to do with the unit, just how "hard" your tap water is.
Ultrasonic is much better if you don't get white dust with tap water. But if you get white dust use evaporative type with filter to avoid cost of using distilled water.
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I have one of these and works great. No white dust at all. Nothing to do with the unit, just how "hard" your tap water is.
Ultrasonic is much better if you don't get white dust with tap water. But if you get white dust use evaporative type with filter to avoid cost of using distilled water.
Thanks...we have very hard water and our current filter-type models diffuse the moisture much better than the ultrasonic ones (we just bought our first ultrasonic). These seem to only humidify a few cubic feet of the room.

Hard water will mean you replace a filter more often, but I guess it beats having to replace the whole unit.

Bonus: filter models make for a great mini-fan and/or white noise maker.
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My humidifier doesn't have any filter. It has some round shaped beeds, like tic tac, may be that works as filter. I use cleaned milk gallons to refill water from Wal-Mart 35 cents each. I keep 5 to 7 gallons in my garage.
i'm not familiar with walmart water. if it's distilled then it helps, but even at 35c/gallon i wouldn't use one. never seen anything like those beads. maybe they are decalcification beads? replaceable or last the lifetime of humidifier.
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I have one of these and works great. No white dust at all. Nothing to do with the unit, just how "hard" your tap water is.
Ultrasonic is much better if you don't get white dust with tap water. But if you get white dust use evaporative type with filter to avoid cost of using distilled water.

i used to have a nice kenmore older model evaporative from 1990's-00's. it needed expensive wick type filters. stupid me gave it away. i used a regular washable piece of foam for filter. it also filtered air. i can't find it anywhere used or new.
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i'm not familiar with walmart water. if it's distilled then it helps, but even at 35c/gallon i wouldn't use one. never seen anything like those beads. maybe they are decalcification beads? replaceable or last the lifetime of humidifier.
I bought mine from Amazon: Optimus U-31001 1.5-Gallon Cool Mist Ultrasonic Humidifier

In product QA someone says it's ceramic beads and no need to replace. No idea how it filters water.
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