If the Dyson Humidifier is any indication, the hype surrounding Dyson products is real. This is a beautiful, quiet and clean humidifier with plenty of impressive features. It doesn’t just slay bacteria: it slays the competition (really, there IS no competition). If you’re looking for the best humidifier on the planet, look no further.
Humidifiers can help to keep us healthy. In my house, the humidifier makes an appearance anytime someone is sick or getting sick. Dry air is bad for noses, skin, throats and other important body parts so naturally avoiding irritation and soothing symptoms is a no-brainer. At least I thought it was: that was before I realized that most humidifiers spread bacteria. But not the Dyson Humidifier.
I originally became interested in the Dyson Humidifier because of it’s looks. Aesthetically, as is the case with many Dyson products, this humidifier is peerless. It’s an appliance that doubles as a sculpture; a functional piece of art that you’d be happy to feature in your home. Before the box ever arrived, I knew I’d be smitten by the gadget’s curves, graces and refinements.
But the looks are, thankfully, rivaled by the utility. The Dyson Humidifier doesn’t just hydrate the air. It kills 99.99% of bacteria in the water tank using Ultraviolet Cleanse technology. And that is, pardon the pun, a killer feature. In other words, this is the highest-quality humidification available.
So let me tell you a little bit about my experience using the Dyson Humidifier.
I was absolutely astonished at how quickly I was able to get the unit setup and running. It literally took less than 3 minutes from unboxing to power-on, so I guess you could say setup was an absolute cinch.
There are three main pieces to this unit: the “fan”, the water reservoir and the base. To get setup you simply setup the base, fill up the water reservoir and place it on the base and then place the fan on top. Plug it in, adjust the settings, done.
When you turn the unit on it can actually take up to 3 minutes or so for it to start humidifying. That’s because it first treats the water, then starts cranking out the mist. And speaking of the mist, sometimes you will see it and sometimes you won’t. Depends on the settings and the environment where it’s setup: but you can definitely notice the ...