Humidifier Inspired by Radio Design

The Kamome ultrasonic humidifier looks like an old school radio with it’s antenna-topped silhouette, but instead of soothing airwaves it outputs ultra-fine vapor. Within its case hides a high capacity 2.4 liter tank designed to feed distilled water to an ultrasonic vibrating diaphragm to turn into a fine mist for up to 8 hours between refills. There’s also the option to add additional aromas to the mist output using a small separate felt insert compartment if desired, and controls include the ability to set the humidifier for 1, 2, and 4 hour intervals before auto-shut off. Two models are available – hybrid and ultrasonic – with the hybrid model offering a heating element to warm the steam before output.

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