Amazon-Crane Drop Shape Cool Mist Humidifier $34.99

by Jana on October 23, 2013

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It is getting to be that time of year when the air dries out and runny noses begin. That is what happens in our family at least.

Because of the dryness we keep a cool mist humidifier in my kiddos room and run it while they sleep. It seems to help a lot.

Today on Amazon you can purchase a Crane Drop Shape Cool Mist Humidifier for just $34.99 (originally $49.99) and it will ship for free with a qualifying purchase of $25 or more. Pink is on sale for this price but they have several other colors to choose from as well.

Product Details:

  • Increases air moisture for easier breathing and relieve of cough, cold, and flu symptoms, including nasal congestion, dry cough, sinus irritation, nose bleeds as well as dry skin
  • Ultrasonic cool mist operation does not require a filter to run (demineralization filter available – model # HS-3161)
  • 1 gallon water tank runs whisper quiet up to 24 hours
  • Puts out up to 2.3 gallons of moisture per day and effectively humidifies rooms up to 250 square feet
  • Auto shutoff safety sensor and 360 degree output nozzle

Amazon prices can change at any time so be sure to order yours now and be ready when cold season hits!

Thanks jungledealsandsteals!

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