Researching this unit over the web, I found that most people had problems with the unit's tank leaking, and water pooling around it when being used. A lot of it sounded like people not quite handling or using the unit properly. Since it also had many positive reviews, I decided to try it. We've been using it for a few weeks now and We've not experienced ANY of the problems other people have. The unit is quiet, no water pools, and if you do not overtighten the tank cap (as others thought was the tank leakage problem), there is no leakage. We placed the unit in the corner of the bedroom on top of a shammy in a small boot tray on the floor and the shammy has stayed dry. The unit operates very quietly, and we have the setting set to moderate humidity and only use it at night when we sleep. The very first night I noticed that my throat was much less dry in the morning. I've used cheaper humidifiers before, and decided to spend the money for this one and am glad as this one seems to actually work. On our setting, it takes 3 nights of use to empty the tank. Remember, this unit is ultrasonic, and since it doesn't use a heater, you'll only get a "cool" mist. Overstock had the best price for this unit and I am very happy with it.
I really liked this product but gave it a three star because the light was bright and I kept hearing a sound, like a gulp, each time the tank was emptying out into the main receptor. That was annoying and hard to deal with when I was trying to go to sleep, otherwise, it really worked well and the steam it provided was great!
This humidifier looks like a piece of art, but this amazing piece of technology actually keeps you healthy - it was designed to look like a vase so that it blends into your decor! This humidifier comes with 3 nozzle sizes so that you can attach the smallest nozzle (22.5") and set the humidifier on a table top so that it looks like a vase. The medium nozzle (32") allows for both the floor and table placement and the tallest nozzle (shown above 44") is best for floor placement. I love it on the floor because it really makes a statement. The tank holds up to 9.5 pints of water and the water will last up to 45 hours per fill. This humidifier covers a room up to 650 square feet, and the unit produces up to 2.5 gallons of mist each day. My family and pets thrive through the winter, where before we suffered from dry skin, chapped lips and many nose bleeds. No more. There's an empty tank indicator that beeps when the tank needs refilling. The unit also comes with a remote control (shaped like a water drop naturally!) that allows you to control not only the off and on functions, but also the 8 mist level settings. The mist is a nice cool mist and the unit is fairly quiet when running. The running sound would NOT interfere with sleep, it's that quiet. What I love about the Luma Comfort Humidifier is that in addition to keep my home comfortable and healthy, it looks phenomenal. It's stylish and works really well. Many of my friends have asked me what it is and comment on how cool it looks. I also love that there's no plastic, see-through box of water sitting in the corner of my rooms anymore, which is what other humidifiers look like to me! This humidifier is worth every penny in my opinion. Disclosure: I was provided this product to facilitate my review and form my opinion, however my opinion remains 100% my own.
I wanted a small bedroom sized humidifier that was quiet and didn't sound like a glubbing, bubbling aquarium all night long. This one is quieter, the tank hold only 8 hours worth of water on the lowest setting which is fine for overnight. I like the art deco sort of shape rather than a big clear tank. However, the power on indicator light is bright blue and illuminates the entire room with a glow like neon bar lights. I have to cover it up to reduce the glow. If you like a darkened room this is not for you. If you want to use it as a childs night light or pet light it is good. It does shut off on its own if it runs out of water. I prefer the misting fog type humidifiers over the fan and wick type which blow a lot of cold air when I am trying to keep my old, chilly house warm.
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