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Water Bottle Humidifier

February 6, 2007


Tokyo gets really dry in the winter, but who wants to cram their already tiny living quarters with a giant humidifier? Plus, they’re expensive, and it’s cold, and I’d rather spend the money on an extra blanket.

This simple, compact humidifier costs about 2000 yen (less than $20) and uses an ordinary half-liter water bottle turned upside-down as the source of its steam.

Link (Japanese)

February 7, 2007 at 9:16 am

Wee Humidifier Uses a Water Bottle to Steam Up

It’s freezing outside, and with cold weather comes dry air and therefore dry skin. Look it up! Protect that baby’s-ass soft skin of yours with a humidifier at night. Your skin is your largest organ, after all. Look that up,…

March 10, 2009 at 1:02 pm

I love my travel humidifier!, its small, lightweight, portable, uses a water bottle, and is cool mist ultrasonic technology. Great for the hotel room when I travel. I got it here:

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