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Mini USB Desktop Humidifier (Including inbuilt colour changing LED Light) £3 @ Homebase (Free C&C)
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Mini USB Desktop Humidifier (Including inbuilt colour changing LED Light) £3 @ Homebase (Free C&C)

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Posted 22nd Jan

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Seems like a decent price for this humidifier. Good stock availability at the time of posting.

The Moretti mini humidifer adds moisture to the air and raises the level of humidity. It can also be used as a night light with a built-in colour changing LED light.

  • Ultrasonic humidification
  • 0.1 L water tank, easy water filling
  • Auto shut-off when water runs out
  • Colour changing LED soft Night light
  • USB cable and plug included
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Put a bowl of water on your radiator, job done
BraddersJ22/01/2020 17:52

I can't load the Homebase website now for dimensions but I'd think this is …I can't load the Homebase website now for dimensions but I'd think this is far too small to actually have a humidifying effect.Someone with a humidity meter should prove me wrong!Also with just 0.1L capacity I'm not sure if it'll last all night - maybe just. Top tip for everyone: use bottled water for less dust



Is tap water dusty?
Perfect to keep my spliffs from drying out
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Bargain! Thanks!
Can you use essential oils in this?
bellboys22/01/2020 17:47

Can you use essential oils in this?


Probably - it's ultrasonic like mine that's for essential oils
I can't load the Homebase website now for dimensions but I'd think this is far too small to actually have a humidifying effect.

Someone with a humidity meter should prove me wrong!


Also with just 0.1L capacity I'm not sure if it'll last all night - maybe just.


Top tip for everyone: use bottled water for less dust
For the price definitely worth a try
BraddersJ22/01/2020 17:52

I can't load the Homebase website now for dimensions but I'd think this is …I can't load the Homebase website now for dimensions but I'd think this is far too small to actually have a humidifying effect.Someone with a humidity meter should prove me wrong!Also with just 0.1L capacity I'm not sure if it'll last all night - maybe just. Top tip for everyone: use bottled water for less dust



Is tap water dusty?
BraddersJ22/01/2020 17:52

I can't load the Homebase website now for dimensions but I'd think this is …I can't load the Homebase website now for dimensions but I'd think this is far too small to actually have a humidifying effect.Someone with a humidity meter should prove me wrong!Also with just 0.1L capacity I'm not sure if it'll last all night - maybe just. Top tip for everyone: use bottled water for less dust


With 100ml capacity, should be enough for about 3 or 4 hours.
Great deal, thanks.
As always none available near me and delivery not available.

Heat anyways
Wow, nice price Reindeer
Reserved..... but why do I need it??? Well it's cheap i guess
Also branded as Moretti and selling on eBay in the range £9.99+ so the previous £25 price (may be RRP) is somewhat optimistic. Still my local store had 20 so I reserved a couple anyway. Thanks OP, hot!...
A genuine question.

Why would someone need a humidifier?
iz12345678922/01/2020 20:34

A genuine question. Why would someone need a humidifier?


I'm hoping it hydrates the room a little to combat the drying out from central heating 🤞🤞
Put a bowl of water on your radiator, job done
iz12345678922/01/2020 20:34

A genuine question. Why would someone need a humidifier?


My dehumidifier thinks they're pants!
thewolf8u22/01/2020 21:02

Put a bowl of water on your radiator, job done


It's a night light too... But each to their own
Just what I needed and at the right money thanks hot
Perfect to keep my spliffs from drying out
reserved last three near me.. thanks
Why do i need this

Why add moisture to the air?
flipper11822/01/2020 20:02

Is tap water dusty?


Try it and provide feedback, like I have.

Seems to be less/no limescale at the bottom when I use bottled water and less dust forms on the surfaces
iz12345678922/01/2020 20:34

A genuine question. Why would someone need a humidifier?


Should help when you have a cold
iz12345678922/01/2020 20:34

A genuine question. Why would someone need a humidifier?


Can help breathing when you have a cold. Low humidity can also cause bloody nose. Thin skin inside the nose can become too dry, cracks and bleeds. Good for growing plants too
Useful in the summer perhaps, but this time of year, I want the exact opposite, and use a dehumidifier. Your heating is also more efficient with LESS moisture in the air.
Well my reservation got cancelled today ..
Anyone collected? Any reviews please?
You do find some great deals @reindeer333
Well done and thank you 🙏🏻
takemahmoney23/01/2020 01:08

Can help breathing when you have a cold. Low humidity can also cause …Can help breathing when you have a cold. Low humidity can also cause bloody nose. Thin skin inside the nose can become too dry, cracks and bleeds. Good for growing plants too



takemahmoney23/01/2020 01:08

Can help breathing when you have a cold. Low humidity can also cause …Can help breathing when you have a cold. Low humidity can also cause bloody nose. Thin skin inside the nose can become too dry, cracks and bleeds. Good for growing plants too


This is the UK, we definitely don't have low humidity. My mobile phone once measured the humidity at 11% with a strong breeze coming down off the Andes in Argentina. Now that definitely did have a drying effect on you.
iz12345678922/01/2020 20:34

A genuine question. Why would someone need a humidifier?

my son has one in his room, he has eczema and says it helps stop the room becoming too dry
Just to mention for all the sceptics about the positives of dehumidifiers: if you have dry skin ie psoriasis etc these will help during the dry cold winter months......Use a humidifierThe lack of humidity during colder seasons can sometimes lead to dry, cracked skin and psoriasis flare-ups. Get a small humidifier for your home to add moisture to the air in your bedroom or living space.

I've ordered some and many thanks x
BraddersJ22/01/2020 23:57

Try it and provide feedback, like I have.Seems to be less/no limescale at …Try it and provide feedback, like I have.Seems to be less/no limescale at the bottom when I use bottled water and less dust forms on the surfaces


i use water from my Brita filter for mine
Janzyyyy23/01/2020 17:33

Just to mention for all the sceptics about the positives of dehumidifiers: …Just to mention for all the sceptics about the positives of dehumidifiers: if you have dry skin ie psoriasis etc these will help during the dry cold winter months......Use a humidifierThe lack of humidity during colder seasons can sometimes lead to dry, cracked skin and psoriasis flare-ups. Get a small humidifier for your home to add moisture to the air in your bedroom or living space. I've ordered some and many thanks x


All true - good humidifiers in winter are brilliant - unfortunately these particular ones are crap - got hold of two and they both gradually stopped misting within the hour. Don't bother.
Edited by: "gregskellorn" 23rd Jan
peakbear23/01/2020 17:20

This is the UK, we definitely don't have low humidity. My mobile phone …This is the UK, we definitely don't have low humidity. My mobile phone once measured the humidity at 11% with a strong breeze coming down off the Andes in Argentina. Now that definitely did have a drying effect on you.


We definitely do have low humidity (<40%) indoors in winter in the UK.
a_user23/01/2020 08:52

Useful in the summer perhaps, but this time of year, I want the exact …Useful in the summer perhaps, but this time of year, I want the exact opposite, and use a dehumidifier. Your heating is also more efficient with LESS moisture in the air.


Utter nonsense - winter is when you need extra moisture - heated air tends to be very dry.
thewolf8u22/01/2020 21:02

Put a bowl of water on your radiator, job done


Yeah that'll put a teaspoon of water into the room every hour if you're lucky.
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