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Vornado Evap 2 Evaporative Humidifier

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wootalyzer


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Vornado Evap 2 Evaporative Humidifier
$49.99 + $5 Standard OR $12 Two-Day OR $15 One-Day Shipping
Condition: New

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npatel31


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is this a good deal?

jseureau


quality posts: 30 Private Messages jseureau

These are amazing! Especially in Arizona!

number51


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Looking for a humidifier. Is this the one?

zollars23


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udavidj


quality posts: 4 Private Messages udavidj

This is a good deal. I use a room humidifier/swamp cooler to keep my upstairs studio cool and my guitars properly humidified but it is old and a lot bigger than this. This unit also has a closed water container which means less chance of putting bacteria from stagnant water in the air. Just note you would need to top it off twice a day if you run it all the time.

Love,
UdavidJ

derekm117


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You could always just move to Louisiana and never need a humidifier.

Ever.

coreyking


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That's it, you're humidifiered.

pooflady


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Have they ever had a dehumidifier?



The biggest lie that I tell myself daily..."I don't need to write that down, I'll remember it."

luke975


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jseureau wrote:These are amazing! Especially in Arizona!



used to live in nevada. i remember the swamp coolers

to the woot staff member that screwed up the back2skool code so I could get a lot of nice things for free - thank you.

bill750


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Evaporative? I'm guessing the water is evaporated out of this thing into the atmosphere of the room? How do other humidifiers get the moisture into the air? Also, does anyone know how quiet or noisy this unit is?

Bishop1976


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– especially useful during the dry, cold winter season

How is it more useful during the winter season?

hehthuryo


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I bought 2 Vornado heaters and I am extremely happy with them. Very well made from very thick plastic and one 10" heater heats up my bedroom, down the hall and to the first part of living room. Will purchase more Vornado products in the future.

derekm117


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bill750 wrote:Evaporative? I'm guessing the water is evaporated out of this thing into the atmosphere of the room? How do other humidifiers get the moisture into the air?



Water, fire, air and dirt

F*cking humidifiers, how do they work?

chemicat


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Bishop1976 wrote:– especially useful during the dry, cold winter season

How is it more useful during the winter season?




Because winter is frequently much dryer than summer. I know in Maine, summer is hot and humid while the winter is very dry.

ThunderThighs


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Back. Had to go catch up the stuff on the other sites.




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number51


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Bishop1976 wrote:– especially useful during the dry, cold winter season

How is it more useful during the winter season?



In Chicago we use dehumidifiers in the Summer, humidifiers in the Winter.

We are so spoiled.

udavidj


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ThunderThighs wrote:Back. Had to go catch up the stuff on the other sites.



WBTT

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UdavidJ

lifesabeach


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we have so much humidity here in florida do I need a humidifier not really sure what they do

gkrausmann


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If you put a humidifier in a room with a dehumidifier, which would win?

ThunderThighs


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udavidj wrote:WBTT






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tdiddy710


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gkrausmann wrote:If you put a humidifier in a room with a dehumidifier, which would win?



The electric company.

udavidj


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bill750 wrote:Evaporative? I'm guessing the water is evaporated out of this thing into the atmosphere of the room? How do other humidifiers get the moisture into the air? Also, does anyone know how quiet or noisy this unit is?



There are units that use an ultra sonic coil to push a cool mist into the air. This is not that.

Love,
UdavidJ

chemicat


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lifesabeach wrote:we have so much humidity here in florida do I need a humidifier not really sure what they do



probably not necessary in florida... they add humidity to the air so your hair isnt so staticy it could electrocute someone

morninglark


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ThunderThighs wrote:Back. Had to go catch up the stuff on the other sites.



Glad to have you back.
You must work a long shift TT. I usually see your posts before work in the mornings and yet here you are--at night.

k4th3r1n3


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derekm117 wrote:You could always just move to Louisiana and never need a humidifier.

Ever.



I'm in Louisiana and I need a humidifier. My grandma used one every night even in the summer, maybe there's lizard people on that side of my family...

jhoff80


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For what it's worth, I got this from Home.Woot a week and a half ago, and I have it turned on to continuous / 40% (the lowest settings) for 8 or so hours a day... and the tank needs to be filled up every other day.

Of course, everyone else's results will vary.

SerialBeggar


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bill750 wrote:Evaporative? I'm guessing the water is evaporated out of this thing into the atmosphere of the room? How do other humidifiers get the moisture into the air? Also, does anyone know how quiet or noisy this unit is?



The other types of humidifiers are ultrasonic ("cool mist") and those that have a heating element ("warm mist"). Ultrasonics have a little metal plate that vibrates, ie atomize, the thin layer of water that covers it. The ones with a heating element are basically making steam from the small pocket of water around it.

Ultrasonic's disadvantage is that unless you use distilled water, all the dissolved minerals in the tap water become dust. There are also concerned with bacteria being released into the air.

The ones with a heating element, like other hot appliances, need to have an open perimeter around it. Tap water minerals will also calcify on the heating element, so you'll need to do regular maintenance (vinegar wash) or it'll become a rock.

Speaking of which, minerals will also collect on the evaporation wicks, so you'll need to take into consideration the ongoing expense of replacing them. I guess you can use vinegar to clean them somewhat, but you won't be able to scrub them down.

coreyking


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gkrausmann wrote:If you put a humidifier in a room with a dehumidifier, which would win?



Trust me, nobody wins. Nobody wins.

mixorr


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Consumer reports give this a 46 out of 100. The highest rating they gave in this category is 88. This model scored poorly on output and noise

ThunderThighs


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morninglark wrote:Glad to have you back.
You must work a long shift TT. I usually see your posts before work in the mornings and yet here you are--at night.


I usually don't start until right before midnight but ROGETRAY is moving this weekend so I'm covering for him some.




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nismoUSAF


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Picked one up, Utah sucks. :|

garylehr


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udavidj wrote:WBTT



DWHTUAFE? WHTTDWPWGCSWAW?
(Do we have to use abbreviations for everything? What happened to the days when people wrote grammatically correct sentences with actual words?)

k4th3r1n3


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tdiddy710 wrote:The electric company.



Quality post!

I'm in need of a new humidifier because mine's way too loud, but I just read that this one is very noisy, so I shall pass. *sniffle, tears*

udavidj


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ThunderThighs wrote:I usually don't start until right before midnight but ROGETRAY is moving this weekend so I'm covering for him some.



Nice hours. That would fit perfectly with my kids' schedule and my night owlishness. Work from home and it would be my dream job (next to playing gigs)

Love,
UdavidJ

udavidj


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garylehr wrote:DWHTUAFE? WHTTDWPWGCSWAW?
(Do we have to use abbreviations for everything? What happened to the days when people wrote grammatically correct sentences with actual words?)



/tldr

Love,
UdavidJ

morninglark


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ThunderThighs wrote:I usually don't start until right before midnight but ROGETRAY is moving this weekend so I'm covering for him some.



Ah, that explains it. You' re on the midnight shift an hour behind me and I am on an early shift. So you are ending your day as I am getting up. Those magical hours where the night owls and the larks co-exist.