|Item Weight||9.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19 x 14 x 10.3 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Walgreens High Output Dual Tank Ultrasonic Quiet Cool Mist Humidifier
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A problem with the unit, is the design of the air intake. (Yes when you move fluid, air has to replace it)
I had some mold growth in a room very near the one this was being used in (unrelated), and this unit was just a mold cluster after around 2 weeks. Please do make sure you clean it after every time period it sits for more than a week. I also got in the habit of adding 3 drops of Vinegar to every gallon of distilled water and it discouraged mold growth.
I had to throw my unit away after mold colonized in my apartment and left me with a serious issue with my lung. I do not see these as related since the mold was only growing on cellulose insulation and drywall and the mold inspector verified they were not related. That mold was just another part of the lease that was unsaid.
two tanks! I use a humidifier every night during the winter, and don't like making two trips to fill it up every day.. and the tanks don't work in the sink the hole is set in too far. So you have to bend over and hold it under the tub faucet.
this is my 6th or 7th humidifier. I've had two BIG hunter units that both broke (fan problems / won't buy Hunter again) and they were very loud. And I have two Crane tear drop shaped units in the kids rooms which are great, and completely silent with great water output ( I shoot the output into the output of an air purifyer to fill the room).
This one has a fan inside that makes a loud clicking noise, louder than the big air purifyer on low. the output nozels aren't 360' they have stops (maybe 270') ..but in the end you can just pop it out of the track and point it where it needs to go, it's doesn't sit straight but it stays... still why would you do that extra work to add stops where it's just taking away function.
It does seam to have alot of output, but the next morning only one tank is ever empty so I'm not sure it's any better than the Crane units which I really like... but I don't think are "strong" enough for my large bedroom (~40 x ~35 with 15ft ceiling).
I combat any mineral build up by inserting one small HOMEDICs Ultrasonic Humidifier Demineralization Cartridge UHE-HDC4 in each container. Each one lasts about 5 weeks. According to the package each cartridge can treat 1 gallon of water and up to 40 fills.
The Walgreen's tanks are far less than 1 gallon and could theoretically last even longer than 5 weeks, but this was a personal choice. I initiallly purchased the cartridges which are about 1n 1 3/4" long at a brick and mortar home goods store,but they are out of stock, and got the most recent 3 boxes [ 16 cartridges] off of Amazon at a better price!
No build up, no mineral deposits or calcification. Spanking clean even before I do the weekly cleaning....
Easier to prevent the deposits than to use one of the cleaners to remove it...
Five star recommendation for the humidifier with the Homedics cartridges. Effective, quiet, simple.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We use a humidifier seasonally, and we liked this one so much we bought a second one for the other side of the house. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Doesn't last more than one season, even with careful cleaning.Published 18 months ago by Kuccamunga
This is a great humdifier. Well worth the money. It puts out alot of mist. Works and looks great. Thanks!!Published on June 2, 2014 by Rick Toll
We have one of these at work to maintain humidity in our server room. I had an older one at home, but the noise was pretty loud and the filters were no longer available except by... Read morePublished on February 23, 2014 by Donald Smith
I bought mine 4 years ago. Have no problem with it. It's still working great. I will be buying another one now.Published on December 18, 2013 by PjD
This product is IMPOSSIBLE to clean. You have to take it apart with a screwdriver and even then there are areas that you just can't reach with any kind of brush, not even a... Read morePublished on November 4, 2013 by D.G.