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Delightful, easy-to-use design will brighten any children's bedroom decor. View larger.
Soothes nasal passages and coughs so children can breathe easier and sleep peacefully at night. View larger.
The Crane Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier has received numerous awards, including the iParenting Media Award, Parent Tested Parent Approved Award, Mom's Best Winner, and 2010 Creative Child Magazine Award. It is also FDA and patent registered.
Benefits of This Crane Humidifier
Humidifiers are an ideal choice for relieving the discomforts of nasal congestion, dry itchy skin, chapped lips, nose bleeds, and dry throat. The moisture that humidifiers add to dry air helps alleviate common nuisances brought on by winter heating, such as static electricity, peeling wallpaper, and cracks in paint and furniture. Many pediatricians recommend the use of a humidifier to help relieve congestion from the common cold and flu as an alternative to over-the-counter cough and cold medicine.
Straightforward, Whisper-Quiet Operation
Crane's cheerful design complements any children's bedroom decor. Not only are Crane humidifiers adorable, but they are also easy to use, and include a built-in auto-shut-off feature that engages when water tank is empty to ensure safety. Plus, they require less power than a standard light bulb. The whisper-quiet operation helps provide for a good night sleep for everyone.
Operating the Crane Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier requires only a few easy steps. Simply remove the water tank from the unit, unscrew the tank cap, and fill the one-gallon water tank under a water faucet. Securely replace the tank cap, making sure the rubber cap seal is in place, and place the water tank back onto the unit. Place the humidifier on an elevated surface and set it to a medium output setting for comfortable room humidification.
If you have a lot of minerals in your tap water, it is recommended to use distilled water, filtered water, or a Crane demineralization filter (HS-1932). Place humidifier on an elevated surface and not on carpet, towel, or sensitive wood furniture.
Cleaning and Storage
Frequently cleaning your humidifier is very important. Crane recommends emptying the water in the basin daily, making sure you pour away from the fan air-outlet. Disinfect the water basin and tank weekly by using a white vinegar and fresh water solution, let sit for 30 minutes, then rinse. For convenience, the Crane Descaler solution HS-1933 is also available. It is important to disinfect and dry completely before storage.
What's in the Box
Crane Adorable Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier and operation manual/warranty.
Adorable Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifiers
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WONDERFUL little humidifier. I have a few Holmes humidifiers - which I am now going to throw away - and replace with the "animals" from Crane. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Bob
It seems to work well but I find that it doesn't shoot the mist very far. A lot of the time it seems to just condense again around the humidifier and it is sitting in the middle... Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Puki311
Love it. It puts out the mist! And he's such a cute little guy. Nice, friendly directions as well.Published 23 hours ago by cs
Have the elephant humidifier for my son and love it, so I bought the owl for my daughter's room. Not as good as the elephant, the must just sort of bubbles over the top of the owl. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Robert Dolliver
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It works sometimes, but not all the time. After 1 use I had issues. Very quiet!Published 8 days ago by Rachel R
We've been using this about a week in our son's room. I am very happy with it. It is extremely quiet. The dial allows me to choose how much mist I would like. Read morePublished 11 days ago by L. Rakovan