12 Best Bayka Cool Mist Humidifier

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Top 12 Bayka Cool Mist Humidifier

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BAYKA Cool Mist Humidifier ( Room/Office, Works Up To 16-28 Hours, Auto Shut-Off)
Product Highlights:
  • the best choice for you -- equipped with high/medium/low mist levels and 360° rotatable nozzle (with aromatherapy box). at the press of your finger, the humidifier will create the humidity you need and deliver mist to every corner of the room.
  • designed for lazy bones -- 4l capacity top fill water tank measures 7" and can last 28 straight hours between easy faucet re-fillings. please cover the bottom with a towel when removing the water tank to avoid dripping from the bottom.
  • deep sleep mode - the humidifier will never disturb you, as the operation noise is about 32 db and the nightlight can be turned off by pressing the touch panel for 3s. enjoy all night mist and rest easy, knowing that the device will automatically turn off when it runs out of water or the water tank is removed.
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URPOWER 2nd Version Essential ( And 7 Color LED Lights Changing For Home Office Baby)
Product Highlights:
  • urpower new version: the urpower ultrasonic aroma essential oil diffuser is an upgraded version. the 2nd generation produces more mist than old version. an ideal way to add moist, comfortable air to small bedrooms, hotel rooms, tabletops and even workplace cubicles.
  • please use 100% pure essential oils with no corrosivity, ultrasonic aroma essential oil diffuse is safe and does not harm the essential oil of any ingredients.
  • outlet shouldn't be inserted cord that exceeds the maximum voltage.fight back against dry air. this stylish cool mist humidifier adds moisture to your air to eliminate dryness and help with your dry chapped skin, chapped lips and dry sinuses. add a drop of your favorite essential oil to give your room a pleasant scent.

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