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Last Edited by thestreetlight June 13, 2016 at 10:44 PM
Tenswall has a humidifier on sale

http://www.amazon.com/Tenswall-Ul...B017H08S6S

Coupon: 5N4XSIAQ

Discount takes 7 dollars of the base price of 16.99, making it 9.99.

I own one of these smaller humidifiers and use it before I go to sleep in the winter to add more water to the air. This one has an auto shut off feature when the water runs out so you could leave it on while you sleep - I don't because I don't like any noise, even the whisper level these machines emit. Worth checking out for someone looking for a compact humidifier for a small room.
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using one of these cool mist humidifiers in the winter is asking to get sick...
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Quote from sumthin_gud View Post :
using one of these cool mist humidifiers in the winter is asking to get sick...
lol wut? got any info/sources to back your claim?
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Looks like a piece of junk, tbh.
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lol wut? got any info/sources to back your claim?
yeah, myself. the water vapor is cold. if your room is already cold. this will make it worse.
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Quote from sumthin_gud View Post :
yeah, myself. the water vapor is cold. if your room is already cold. this will make it worse.
If you're freezing cold, then yes, this won't help. But if you have heating in your home and temperature isn't a problem, then this won't make you sick. Humidifiers are great for preventing dry skin in the winter.

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Looks like a piece of junk, tbh.
Reviews state otherwise, with more than 80% giving it at least 4/5 stars.
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Deal works : ) there's an other post with code only discounting 4$, so thank you. also its states on the Amazon description it's an aroma, diffuser/humidifier so it's up to you how you use it.
Thumbs up for me.
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If you're freezing cold, then yes, this won't help. But if you have heating in your home and temperature isn't a problem, then this won't make you sick. Humidifiers are great for preventing dry skin in the winter.



Reviews state otherwise, with more than 80% giving it at least 4/5 stars.
I'd be skeptical of these "reviews"
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I'd be skeptical of these "reviews"
Fake spot graded the reviews as 'A'. So maybe not so bad.
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Changed the title to reflect that this is more of a diffuser than a full on humidifier. I live in California where the winter isn't that cold but my throat gets dry so I just leave mine on a hour or two before I sleep. I put in some oils sometimes when I want a nice smell near my bed, it's not strong enough to fill up an entire room.
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Quote from mrdizle View Post :
I'd be skeptical of these "reviews"
Agreed
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If you're curious about seeing this in person, call your local GNC and ask if they have an oil diffuser on display. I think at least two of my local places have it. I think it's a fun idea, but I'm not sure on using it indoors. I'm already finding a lot of things irritating me lately and making me cough. Also, if you just want a better scent, there's DIY options that would be cheaper... but obviously this is for convenience.

This is one of the cheapest prices I've seen for these though so TU
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Too small to be a humidifier but as a diffuser it's great
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i have a similar but larger model and i like it. I add about 5 drops of essential oils and turn it on for an hour at night before I go to sleep to make the room smell great. It works well and much better than any air freshener I've bought ever. At the very least, these things can replace your air fresheners and much more effective at freshening the air as well.
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FYI Piping Rock has great sales on their essential oils. It's not the level of "Young Living" with all the hype, but they work great for scents in these diffusers.
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