SU-4010G: Dual Mist Humidifier with ION Exchange Filter [Green]

SU-4010G: Dual Mist Humidifier with ION Exchange Filter [Green]

SU-4010G: Dual Mist Humidifier with ION Exchange Filter [Green]

SU-4010G: Dual Mist Humidifier with ION Exchange Filter [Green]:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I got two of the highly rated Honeywell cool mist evaporation humidifiers for my LR and BR, both 300 sq. ft. After I few weeks I replaced them with two of the SPT humidifiers. What a difference!1) The Honeywell never managed to get the RH above 11%. The SPT had it up to 30% in a few hours. Still going up. (4 hygrometers).2) The Honeywell uses a three speed fan. All three speeds are noisy; the third will drive you out of the room. The SPT? Dead silent.3) The Honeywell doesn't tell you if the tank needs filing; the fan keeps running. On the STP, it beeps when the tank is nearly empty, and a light goes on, and the unit goes off when it is empty.4) If you like going around the house in your bare feet, because cold air falls, the Honeywell does a great job of making your feet cold. On warm mist with the STP, there is no problem. If anything it warms them a little. (I imagine the STP would do the same set to cool mist.)My only criticisms: 1) mine didn't come with the cleaning brushes; 2) One liter tanks, like both of these and most humidifiers, are a pain. Have to fill them 2 times a day. At least the SPT let's you know when.Highly recommended (also by Consumer Reports).Addendum: First, my units do not leak. But there is a problem, I suspect, with all ultrasonic humidifiers. Since there is no fan, the mist leaves the unit and falls to the floor. (I only used warm, but believe it would be the same with cool.) If it falls to a carpet, it will become damp/moist. If it falls to hardwood floors, it goes into the cracks between the planks and will stain them. The solution is to run the unit on warm, so you can see the mist, and put a towel where the mist lands. The noisy Honeywell, by contrast, has a fan so the mist goes up, not downyear-end gift,rare,max 65% offSU-4010G: Dual Mist Humidifier with ION Exchange Filter [Green]
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  • Humidity output: 400cc/hour
  • Designed for rooms up to 500 sq. ft.
  • 4.0L water tank capacity
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Effectively relieve dry nose, throat lips and itchy skin with the virtually silent Dual Mist Humidifier with ION exchange filter. Will help you breathe easier and sleep more comfortably. This ultrasonic humidifier disperses warm or cool mist. A split nozzle for bi-directional mist for wider coverage. Sleek design with easy to use control knobs. Large, transparent blue water tank with easy-carrying handle.


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SU-4010G: Dual Mist Humidifier with ION Exchange Filter [Green]

SU-4010G: Dual Mist Humidifier with ION Exchange Filter [Green]:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I got two of the highly rated Honeywell cool mist evaporation humidifiers for my LR and BR, both 300 sq. ft. After I few weeks I replaced them with two of the SPT humidifiers. What a difference!1) The Honeywell never managed to get the RH above 11%. The SPT had it up to 30% in a few hours. Still going up. (4 hygrometers).2) The Honeywell uses a three speed fan. All three speeds are noisy; the third will drive you out of the room. The SPT? Dead silent.3) The Honeywell doesn't tell you if the tank needs filing; the fan keeps running. On the STP, it beeps when the tank is nearly empty, and a light goes on, and the unit goes off when it is empty.4) If you like going around the house in your bare feet, because cold air falls, the Honeywell does a great job of making your feet cold. On warm mist with the STP, there is no problem. If anything it warms them a little. (I imagine the STP would do the same set to cool mist.)My only criticisms: 1) mine didn't come with the cleaning brushes; 2) One liter tanks, like both of these and most humidifiers, are a pain. Have to fill them 2 times a day. At least the SPT let's you know when.Highly recommended (also by Consumer Reports).Addendum: First, my units do not leak. But there is a problem, I suspect, with all ultrasonic humidifiers. Since there is no fan, the mist leaves the unit and falls to the floor. (I only used warm, but believe it would be the same with cool.) If it falls to a carpet, it will become damp/moist. If it falls to hardwood floors, it goes into the cracks between the planks and will stain them. The solution is to run the unit on warm, so you can see the mist, and put a towel where the mist lands. The noisy Honeywell, by contrast, has a fan so the mist goes up, not downyear-end gift,rare,max 65% offSU-4010G: Dual Mist Humidifier with ION Exchange Filter [Green]