Humidifiers are a winter necessity to add moisture to your air. Low humidity can cause dry skin, irritated nasal passages, and even respiratory problems. Air that is low in humidity can also cause an increase in static electricity buildup, which is not something you want to contend with when you are trying to cozy up on the couch.
In addition, low humidity can damage wooden furniture and floors, as well as electronic devices. If you are an indoor houseplant lover, humidifiers can also help keep your indoor plants properly hydrated between waterings.
In 2022, we here at TURBRO launched our first large, ultrasonic humidifier that propels up to 5.3 gallons of water into the air per day. Based on the feedback we’ve received from our first customers, we’ve made a few upgrades to our hot-selling humidifier to make it better than ever.
Optimized Sleep Mode
In the original sleep mode, not all display lights were turned off and the lights affected the sleep of some users. After optimization, all of the display lights and ambient lights that were on before activating sleep mode will now be turned off so you can have a darker environment for better sleep quality.
Power-off Memory Settings
After choosing your settings and using the humidifier, if you shut the humidifier off, it will return to the previously-used settings the next time you turn the humidifier back on. The only setting that is not covered under memory is the timer setting. This way, you won’t have a previously-set timer that will shut the humidifier off earlier than expected.
New models will have optimized wheels on the bottom made from higher-quality materials. This will allow you to smoothly roll the humidifier from place to place depending on where you want to add more moisture.
Although humidifiers are typically used in the winter to soothe dry skin and nasal passages, they can also be used during the spring and summer months. Low humidity is not a problem during these times, but running a humidifier may help allergy sufferers during these months. With all of the polled in the air, adding more humidity to your home can help soothe your nasal passages, especially if you are running your air conditioner for extended periods of time.