Are you looking for a quality diffuser humidifier to help clear your sinuses, ease your allergies, and improve the experience of your bedroom or living room?
If so, then we recommend taking a look at the Objecto Humidifier H7.
The Objecto is a powerful small diffuser-humidifier that will improve the quality of air and cover up bad smells in a small room quickly.
Pros and Cons
Although this is hardly the reason why you buy a humidifier, if you care about the décor of your room then the Objecto Humidifier will definitely check your box.
Its sleek exterior with a slender look has a very chic vibe. It looks like an intended piece of decoration rather than a forced necessity and looks best on a flat floor surface.
Just make sure that you keep it at least 20-inches away from walls and furniture to avoid condensation issues.
This humidifier comes with four mist settings: Slow, low, medium, and high.
The setting you choose depends on your environment and personal preference, but a low or slow setting generally works best in most cases. On these settings, this unit won’t leave visible droplets on nearby surfaces.
However, if the temperature in the room drops below 59-degrees, droplets may appear.
Nevertheless, if you believe that the air in your house is extremely dry and lacks considerable moisture, you can turn up the mist level and avail the environment level that you desire.
High Area Coverage
This unit can keep rooms up to 650 sq. ft comfortable for a long time.
Some customers have used the Objecto in open living areas and report that it works just fine. You don’t even have to use the higher settings as it will take care of it in lower settings as well.
Powerful and Effective
Often, when we turn up the heating in our house the air gets super dry. The Objecto H7 Humidifier does a great job correcting this.
It emits a stream of visible cool mist non-stop and maintains the vapor content of the room at appropriate levels.
Comparing Objecto H7 vs. Objecto H3
The Objecto H3 is another top-selling humidifier by the brand.
Here’s how it compares with the H7:
While the H3 is an amazing product, the H7 humidifier has an edge in larger rooms.
The H3 has a coverage area of 350 sqft, while the H7 covers 650 sqft. So the H3 is really only useful in smaller rooms.
Moreover, the H3’s tank capacity is smaller at 0.53 gallons compared with the H7’s capacity of 0.66 gallons.
The H3 also lacks a humidistat, while the H7 has one plus four mist level settings.
That said, the H3 comes with remote control, which is missing in the H7.
Issues & Concerns
The Objecto H7 is not the cheapest humidifier on the market.
However, it is one of the best. It gives you a lot of value for money, has an extremely attractive and stylish design, and does its job very well.
Care and Maintenance
Maintaining the H7 is not hard. Just clean it regularly.
You can do regular cleaning just by running it under some tap water by taking the top off, filling it up, and wiping it with clean paper towels.
Just make sure that you follow the guidelines mentioned in the manual, and you should be fine.
However, do remain cautious as it is a little fragile.
So knocking it over harshly could inflict some damage.
Otherwise, if you take proper care of it, you shouldn’t run into any problems.
This product comes with a limited one year warranty. Within the first 90 days of purchase if there is any manufacturing defect or malfunctioning, and it requires servicing, the company would provide carry-in repair service at no charge.
During the following nine months, if a part is not functioning properly the unit may be replaced but would not include labor charges.
However, you do have to show proof of purchase.
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