Bring moisture to the air around you with a humidifier. Used to combat dryness caused by central heating and air conditioning, or to humidify the room when colds and flu cause congestion, there are various reasons why you might want to snap up one of these clever gadgets.
Let’s start at the very beginning – who might choose to use an air humidifier? The answer is simple – anyone who finds their home environment too dry. Dryness can exacerbate issues in particular for those with asthma or allergies, or those suffering with a cold, flu, sinusitis or sore throat. The devices in Currys’ humidifier UK range add hydration quietly, to help you breathe more easily without being distracted by any noise.
You can place one of these gadgets in nearly any part of your home. The cool mist humidifier range from Crane, for example, is perfect for a child’s bedroom, with its fun animal-shaped options. Elephant or unicorn, anyone? There’s even a train. Its water droplet-shaped Drop model helps reduce mould and bacteria by up to 99.96%. You choose the direction and speed that it sprays. But what does cool mist mean? Put simply, it’s when cold water is broken up into tiny particles and then released as vapour. This is different to the warm mist style, also known as a vaporiser, which uses heat to release steam.
Choose a portable room humidifier and you can move it wherever it’s needed. Dyson’s Air Multiplier AM10 Portable Humidifier uses ultraviolet light technology to kill 99.9% of bacteria before releasing the mist, helping to clean and purify the air. It measures temperature and humidity levels and adjusts to create the most comfortable environment.