Pure Enrichment Top Fill Evaporation Humidifier Review
Humidifiers introduce moisture to dry air, a common problem during winter or when heating or cooling systems strip the humidity from your home. Lack of humidity can lead to cracked lips, dry skin, sinus infections and exacerbate allergy and asthma symptoms.
The best evaporative humidifiers are easy to use and maintain. They are simple to fill and clean, have an auto mode and are free from nooks and crannies that are hard to clean.
This evaporative humidifier from Pure Enrichment offers ample room coverage, a unique top-fill tank, and an oil diffuser so you can enjoy the scent of your choosing. Its Top Fill evaporation Humidifier sleek design will blend in with most home decor and its streamlined features make it simple to use and clean.
Using the power of natural evaporation, this humidifier eliminates white dust and other impurities by drawing water through the wick filter and pushing it into the air via the fan. This helps the humidifier keep a constant regulated climate in your home, office, nursery or studio apartment throughout the year without needing to refill it or even turn it on.
Its larger water tank than most other models means you won’t have to refill it as frequently, and a water window on the front lets you know when it’s time. It also has a high-tech sensor that gauges the humidity of your space for more effective humidification, so you can set it and forget it.
We found the tank to be easy to refill thanks to the opening located on the top of the humidifier. However, the design isn’t suited for people with grip strength challenges as you have to remove it from its base, unscrew the canister opening and fill it underneath a faucet or with a water pitcher.
This unit uses natural evaporation to raise humidity levels without the visible mist and white dust associated with other humidifiers. It has two large water tanks and can quickly raise humidity in a large room. The unit also has a timer function that can shut off after two, four, or eight hours. The controls are easy to use, with a simple panel and a sleep mode that turns off the control panels, night light, and fan speed.
It takes a bit of time to get the unit up and running, as it requires that you lift up the top of the tank, unscrew the canister opening, fill it up under a faucet or from a water pitcher, and then replace the container. Wetting the filter at first use is suggested, but isn’t required. There is a light that will indicate when the tank needs to be refilled, and a water sensor will stop the unit from working if the container is empty.
The tank is easy to fill, install, and clean, and the water reservoir is clear so you can easily see when it’s time to refill. The unit is easy to move, as it has four castors, so you can move it from room to room if necessary. It is easy to set up and operate, with a user manual that provides step-by-step instructions for setting up the device and using it.
Evaporative humidifiers usually have a filter that helps to keep the water free of minerals that can cause white dust in the air. This means that you will have to change the filters regularly or wash them. The fact that this is a more traditional humidifier also means that it tends to be larger and noisier than ultrasonic models. If that is a problem for you, this model may not be the best option for your home.
This unit comes with a unique top-fill design that makes refills quick and easy, as well as a water window that eliminates the need for guessing when it is time to fill it up. It is also odorless and BPA-free, making it a great choice for nurseries or other sensitive spaces.
The air in dry indoor spaces can cause a variety of problems, from itchy skin and nose to cracked lips and throat. The HUME Max Humidifier helps to add moisture to the air, preventing these problems and easing breathing. It can also help reduce static electricity, and protect wooden furnishings from drying and warping.
Adding humidity to the air can also benefit plants by keeping them healthy and reducing the risk of wilting, as well as encouraging root growth. This is especially important during the winter when the air is driest and colder, as this can prevent healthy growth.
Ease of Use
Most evaporative humidifiers come with just a few basic components: a fan, a wick, and a container Maxcan humidifier supplier to hold the water. The fan blows over the wick, which releases the water into the air as it passes over it. It’s this moisture that helps increase humidity in the room.
Most modern evaporative humidifiers are designed to be easy to use and clean. Many have digital displays that provide a real-time readout of the humidity levels in your room, and some have remote controls to allow you to adjust settings from a distance. Others also include an auto shut-off feature that turns off the unit if it runs out of water or gets tipped over.
This Honeywell model is a great example. It’s easy to set up (although the manual recommends soaking the filter before first use) and the water tanks are easily accessible, even while the unit is running. They also are free of nooks and crannies that might harbor mold or bacteria.
Another easy-to-use feature on this model is its clear water tank, which makes it easy to see when the tank is close to empty. If you like to add a few drops of essential oil to the water, this model has a spot where you can do that. It’s also small enough to fit in a bathroom or bedroom, but it doesn’t have any lighted features that might disturb sleep.