You can customize the humidity of your room between 40%-90% with the humidistat console in it. Note: The ideal indoor humidity range is 45%-60%.
1 Gal (4.5L) Large Capacity
With a large 1 Gallons/ 4.5 Liters water tank and 200ml/h High Mist Output., the humidifier adds moisture to your space up to 50 m².
3 Level Mist Settings
3 mist settings to switch between [LOW], [MEDIUM] and [HIGH] mist output make it easy to preset mist to your preference.
1-12 Hours Timer
You can set it on 1-12 hours as you like to suit your schedule and save power while you sleep or go out. Press "Timer" button to activate the timer function. Set timer ranges from 1~12 hours.
Sensitive touch makes it easy to operate, and the remote is very handy as you can control settings from a distance. Enjoy maximum convenience while customizing all the settings.
2. Protect Your Throat: When exposed to indoor air that has too little moisture, it's possible for your vocal chords to become dry and scratchy. If these conditions persist and your throat continues to feel irritated for long durations, it's possible that you may become hoarse and lose your voice. Maintaining the optimal levels of humidity in your home can help lubricate and soothe your throat. Which in turn, helps minimize the dryness that can lead to inflammation in your windpipe and voice box.
3. Soothe Your Sinuses: Low humidity is notorious for drying out your sinus passages. It's a terrible feeling when it happens and, in worse case scenarios, can possibly lead to discomfort in the nose, sinus pressure, headaches and even bloody noses. Contrary to what many people may think, when your nose is stuffy, humidity is another natural way to help clear it out. This helps because because the moist air helps keep the mucous flowing, decreasing the chances of you suffering from stuffed up nasal passages. Having the optimal levels of humidity in the air can not only help soothe your sinuses, but it also helps decrease your chances of getting a bloody nose and allow you to clear out the excess mucous so you can breathe more freely.
4. Halt the Spread of Flu Germs: Researchers found that when the amount of absolute humidity in the air was too low, the flu was able to survive longer and be spread easier amongst everyone. By using a humidifier in your home during flu season, you are more likely to create an environment that is less favorable for influenza to survive, thus decreasing your chances of catching it. Of course, there are many other things you can - and should - do on a daily basis to help prevent yourself from catching the flu. Notably, this would include washing your hands as often as you can, as well as disinfecting all the areas in your home that are frequently touched by others, such as the door knobs.
5. Ease Symptoms of Illness: If you have a cold or the flu, a humidifier can help ease many of the unpleasant symptoms that come along with being sick. These symptoms may include breathing difficulties, stuffed-up nose and a dry, painful throat. Keeping these side effects at bay with a humidifier or vaporizer not only helps you get some much-needed rest, but it may also help you speed up your overall recovery time.
6. Keep Your Cilium Healthy: Humidifiers help keep the cilium in your nose healthy and effective. These microscopic cellular strands are located inside your nasal cavity and act as your first line of defense against many illnesses. As you breathe, the cilia and mucus inside your nose help trap some of the pollutants floating around in the air. This may include dust, dander, mold, and all sorts of other particulates that you don't want to enter into your lungs. When the air you breathe is dry, the cilia is unable to do their job as effectively as it should.
7. Reduce Snoring: Many people don't realize that dry air can actually contribute to - even increase the severity - of your snoring symptoms. This happens because insufficient moisture in the air causes the throat to swell and the nose to become congested. Once this happens, the air movement through your nose becomes restricted. This causes you to breathe through your mouth and you then snore. Having the optimal levels of humidity in the air can ease the dryness, and ultimately reduce your snoring.
8. Help Warm Your Home: The moister the air is in your home, the warmer it will feel. On the flip side, drier air tends to feel chillier. Having a humidifier running in the winter will help keep temperatures at a comfortable level, without putting extra strain on your heater. In fact, it's recommended that you use both of these appliances in tandem when the temperature starts to drop.
9. Humidify House plants: Humans aren't the only ones that benefit from moist air. In fact, many of the most popular houseplants come from the jungle, which means they thrive in environments that have an abundance of moisture in the air. When the air is too dry, it can cause also issues for the plants, including leaf loss, dry leaf tips and stunted growth. Obviously, this will all depend on the type of plants you have in your home, but using a humidifier gives your indoor garden a better chance of thriving.
10. Protect Your Furniture & Floors: Wooden elements, such as flooring and furniture, react negatively to fluctuations in humidity. When wooden items become too dry, it's possible for them to crack and split. If you have the optimal levels of humidity in your home, you also protect the suppleness and integrity of your wood furnishings.