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240V - no problems. Works like a dream - keeping RH in my studio at 50%+ (less than 40% without), only the deposit is quite heavy with 4l water, I've been filling up with a jug.
H. Schneider
· 25 August 2019
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If sold in the Australian marketplace, It’s an Aussie plug
Christine
· 20 June 2019
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Firstly AH is actually meant to be RH. Some digital display screens don't get it quite right. So, RH stands for Relative Humidity which is an indication of how moist or dry the air in your room is. A good level is around 50% and its good to keep the RH between 40% and 60%.
The "Mist" button has three levels of produc… see more
Firstly AH is actually meant to be RH. Some digital display screens don't get it quite right. So, RH stands for Relative Humidity which is an indication of how moist or dry the air in your room is. A good level is around 50% and its good to keep the RH between 40% and 60%.
The "Mist" button has three levels of production which change each time you push the button. So you can increase or decrease the flow rate to achieve the RH % you want. See less
Firstly AH is actually meant to be RH. Some digital display screens don't get it quite right. So, RH stands for Relative Humidity which is an indication of how moist or dry the air in your room is. A good level is around 50% and its good to keep the RH between 40% and 60%.
The "Mist" button has three levels of production which change each time you push the button. So you can increase or decrease the flow rate to achieve the RH % you want.

Gerald
· 19 May 2020
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I think it is part of the normal functioning. I noticed it the first couple of nights but now I’m used to it. I’m not sure but maybe it’s the water going into where it is vaporised.
Cindy Hawken
· 7 August 2020
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The product comes with an extra filter, (2 altogether) so I assume you can purchase more if necessary, but its very easy to wash and let air dry when doing weekly maintenance, as its made of plastic
Amazon Customer
· 11 July 2019
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Hi
It doesn't happen to me with this technology . I had same experience with hot humidifier.

Gianni
· 20 August 2019
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I dont have this problem.You will have to contact the suppliers .
Mary & Brian Thoday
· 15 August 2020
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Dear friend,

This cool mist humidifier comes with 12-month warranty and extra 18-month warranty for registering on our official website. … see more
Dear friend,

This cool mist humidifier comes with 12-month warranty and extra 18-month warranty for registering on our official website.

If you want to claim warranty within the warranty period, please get back to us in your free via:
https://www.amazon.com.au/hz/help/contact/?marketplaceID=A39IBJ37TRP1C6&sellerID=A2TE90N82ESLNG&_encoding=UTF8&ref_=v_sp_contact_seller&

Best Regards,
Sunvalley-Brands See less
Dear friend,

This cool mist humidifier comes with 12-month warranty and extra 18-month warranty for registering on our official website.

If you want to claim warranty within the warranty period, please get back to us in your free via:
https://www.amazon.com.au/hz/help/contact/?marketplaceID=A39IBJ37TRP1C6&sellerID=A2TE90N82ESLNG&_encoding=UTF8&ref_=v_sp_contact_seller&

Best Regards,
Sunvalley-Brands

Sunvalley-Brands
Seller · 18 May 2020