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Product description

Colour Name:Pink

Feature:

1. Adopting advanced nanometer cold mist technology, the mist particles are even and delicate, adding moisture to the dry air, and providing you with a comfortable and quiet environment at home and office.
2. One button control for two misting modes, press the button once to turn on the double‑head continuous spray mode, press again to turn on the intermittent spray mode.
3. With a 270ml water tank, it works at an approximate rate of 50‑80ml per hour, it will auto shut down after 3 hours of continuous use or 6 hours of intermittent use.
4. Quiet and gentle mood light creates a peaceful ambience, perfect for bedroom and small cubicle.
5. Cute pet make this small humidifier full of elegance . It is also a perfect ornament at home or on your office desktop.


Specification:

Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Humidifier
Material: ABS+PP
Color: White, Green, Pink(Optional)
Size: Approx. 14.7x7x7cm / 5.8x2.8x2.8in
Weight: Approx.200g/7.1oz
Voltage: 5V
Current: 1A
Power: 2W
Water Tank Capacity: 270ml
Timing: 3 hours in dual spray mode, 6 hours in single spray mode
Spray Volume: 50-80ml/h


Package List:

1 x Humidifier

2 x Cotton Swab

1 x USB Data Cable

1 x Instruction Manual


Notice:

1. Please allow 1‑2cm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.

2. Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.


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