Sunbeam® Whole House Cool Mist Humidifier
Bring comfort and relief to your dry home environment with the Sunbeam® Whole House Cool Mist Humidifier. Add moisture and increase freshness in dry months while also helping to relieve cold, flu and hay fever symptoms, reduce static electricity and protect your home’s interior. See More...
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Features & Details
Improve indoor air quality and protect your family and home from the effects of damaging, dry air, especially during the harsh winter months. Humidistat adjusts humidity output for maximum comfort level. Triple layer filter enhanced with Arm & Hammer® Baking Soda,* antimicrobial treatment and carbon X helps eliminate impurities and reduces odor for fresher air. Humidifier is treated with antimicrobial properties to help protect against bacterial growth and eliminate odors. Recommended for the entire house or living area up to 1800 square feet.
- 2.44-gallon tank capacity for an are up to 1800-square feet
- Up to 24-hour run time per tank filling with auto shut-off
- Triple layer filter enhanced with Arm & Hammer® Baking Soda*
- Adjustable humidistat
- 3-speed settings
- Removable, flat tank for easy filling and cleaning
- 1-year limited warranty
- *The ARM & HAMMER® name, logo and associated marks are trademarks of Church & Dwight Co., Inc. and are used under license by Sunbeam Products, Inc.
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Sunbeam® Whole House Cool Mist Humidifier is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by hanco4953 from Don't buy this one! Don't know who did the engineering on this, but it is more than difficult to insert the filter, as well as remove the old filter, not to mention cleaning. I am putting this out for a yard sale, and almost feel guilty about that. I don't like this humidifier AT ALL!
Date published: 2014-05-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by uncle076 from Bad engineering on this guy The humidifier worked great the first month and half. Our hard water took over the wick material. A little past the two month mark the fan stopped working. It squeeked and made noise.
Date published: 2014-07-18