BestFire USB Humidifier Review

Humidifier In Use
Humidifier In Use

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Five Stars

Really nice new take on the humidifier / diffuser scene!

This item arrived in a tall, solid, attactive, glossy protective retail style box, with the item, instruction manual and power lead inside. The humidifier has an extremely interesting design, which really comes to life when powered on.

I’ve seen lots of diffusers and humidifiers over the past few months, and this one is definitely unique. It’s powered through micro-usb, so you can have it on your desk powered from a computer, and you can use any old lead you have knocking about, if the provided one isn’t right, or you want to leave that plugged in somewhere.

Once plugged in, you press the power button on the side, and it lights up, with cold water vapour starting to bubble up into the “cup” at the top. Once full, this “cup” overflows down the side, and the vapour descends, a bit like the dry ice stuff you used to see in discos.

Aromas from oils are diffused around a room really quickly, and the power button cycles to turn the light off, then the unit off totally. This is a nice attractive little unit, that can also function as a desk lamp.

I was a bit worried when I first unpacked it, as I thought the top looked a little “plasticky”, but that feeling went straight away when powered on, I thought it was one of the coolest little things I’ve seen in a while.

A lovely piece of kit, with multiple functions. Really novel, and absolutely recommended for any home.

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Thanks to Best-Fire for providing this item at a discount for review.


The Zoo Keeper

By TheZooKeeper

An Azure Cloud Architect with a background in messaging and infrastructure (Wintel). Bearded dog parent who likes chocolate, doughnuts and Frank's RedHot sauce, but has not yet attempted to try all three in combination!

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