Are you willing to spend more for a humidifier? Wondering what you're going to get? Investing more in a humidifier can be a good idea. We're here to answer some of these questions for you. We've gathered opinions from all over the internet, analyzed them, and here's what we've found about high end humidifiers:
When you buy a humidifier, you're going to buy a machine that will raise the humidity in a room/house, that's a fact, but it's the details that separate the good humidifiers from the bad. For example, humidifiers can be hard to clean and they have to be cleaned pretty often, since they can be plagued by bacteria or mold. Thankfully, users have found that high end humidifiers are easier to clean than most. They are also easier to use, but they tend to be less attractive. Most high end humidifiers use ultrasonic mist generation and have higher capacity. They're also bigger, bulkier and heavier. Price-wise, they hover around the $160 range, while most humidifiers can be found in the $30.
What we've seen is that users are willing to pay top dollar for an expensive humidifier if the machine can take care of humidifying the entire house, without the user having spend too much time taking care of it. Of course, you can find expensive humidifiers for each room size, and invest in a machine that removes a big chunk of the maintenance work required. We've also seen that ultrasonic cool mist humidifiers tend to cost the most. Would we recommend investing more in a humidifier? We'd have no problem recommending it to anyone looking to remove an extra chore from their weekly to do list, but if you don't mind cleaning your humidifier, you could get away with buying a cheaper model.