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Humidifiers

Cold Stone

Cold water humidifier

Cold water humidifier

WHAT IS IT?

The cool vapour humidifier in the new Stone range, ideal for anywhere in your home.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

Lots of different things, all of them useful. It produces a fine mist from cold water using high-frequency vibrations, giving your home the right levels of humidity in a silent and discreet way. It also helps to reduce airborne dust, protecting your nasal passages from viruses and bacteria. It's the perfect way to make your home even more comfortable. 

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

Its elegant modern design, with soft forms and natural colours. It's easy to clean: simply remove the internal tank. And it's also safe, thanks to the automatic cutoff at the end of the cycle, with a user-friendly top-fill continuous replenishment system.

IN WHAT FORMAT CAN YOU FIND IT?

The tank can hold almost a litre of cold water. It weighs only 2.5kg, so it's easy to move around your home. And it turns off automatically after an average of 6-7 hours.

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