Crane 2.3 Gallon COOL Mist humidifier

  • Provides Relief from Cough, Cold and Flu Symptoms
  • Relieves Congestion from Allergy and Asthmatic Type Symptoms
  • min. 10 hours running time
  • Provides Moisture for Dry Cough, Sinus Irritation, Dry Skin
  • 2.3 Gallon output per day

Product Description
Crane Cool Mist Humidifier provides additional comfort to cold symptoms, dry itchy skin, and chapped lips. The whisper quiet humidifier operates on a low power consumption providing min. 10 hours of moisture from a removable water tank. Includes an automatic shut off safety feature when water tank is empty…. More >>

Crane 2.3 Gallon COOL Mist humidifier

5 Responses to “Crane 2.3 Gallon COOL Mist humidifier”

  1. Nicholas Penn  on October 12th, 2010

    I bought this because I thought it was a cool, compact design. What was I thinking? Okay, it is a cool, compact design, but that’s it. I don’t know why I didn’t realize it, but the vapor is cold (duh on me – it’s right there in the name). But that’s not the bad part. You can’t get inside the water tank to clean it. So guess what happened — the little bit of water left in the tank grew mold and algae! DISGUSTING! The instructions say to clean it with bleach or vinegar mixed with water. No amount of bleach or vinegar will be enough for me. So it’s going right in the trash!
    Rating: 1 / 5

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  2. He Yang  on October 12th, 2010

    mislead. not 2.3 gallon. it is even smaller than those “animal” ones.

    I bought one. it worked only 1 hour. then I changed another one, so far so good (used 2 days)
    Rating: 1 / 5

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  3. Ric Wells  on October 12th, 2010

    Item is probably great, but returned it for refund without using it, because I must use with standard accessory Crane brand demineralization filter insert. This standard filter is inserted easily into the “animal-shaped” (penguin, frog, etc) Crane humidifiers. However, this filter does not fit at all into this “tear-drop”-shaped Crane humidifier. I called up Crane customer service and rep said, yes, correct, it will not accept the filter. He said there is no other Crane filter made to fit this “tear-drop”-shaped humidifier. I must use a filter with my water quality. Thus, however good the humidifier undoubtedly is, it’s moot because I had to return it for refund simply because there’s no water filter for it.

    Rating: 2 / 5

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  4. IM  on October 12th, 2010

    Right as you read the description of the unit you think “Wow, 2.3 gallons!” Not so fast. It’s a “2.3 gallons output per 24 hours” thing. As in – it can pump out 2.3 gallons in a certain amount of time. The actual capacity is a whooping 0.9 gallons.

    Now, that would probably be enough for most people, but I do not like to be “tricked”.

    As far as the operation of the unit – I really like it. It is indeed very quiet and it does indeed output a good amount of mist. I am not evaluating a long term use because I just got it.

    One star due to misleading advertisement.

    More later (on the longevity or lack thereof)
    Rating: 1 / 5

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  5. DC's Pinup Girl  on October 12th, 2010

    I used this humidifier one time- it flooded the dresser it was sitting on within seconds. I unplugged it, cleaned up the mess and checked the unit over, as per the direction of the manual, and made sure I had securely tightened the gasket where you fill it from. It was tight and the seal was good. I then put the partially filled tank back on the base, and as soon as I turned it on, water was streaming from the unit from all sides.I guess there was a problem with the pressure sensitive part that fills the base to make the steam. I might have gotten a bad unit, but for nearly fifty dollars, that is a ridiculously stupid problem to have. Of course Amazon is picking it up and taking it back, but for now, I have a sick baby with no humidifier. Very inconvenient.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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