Personal Humidifier

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The Sonic Breathe Personal Humidifier is a compact and portable humidifier that can be used virtually anywhere in your home, including the bedroom, the living room, the kitchen, or the basement. It's also small enough to be carried in a backpack, briefcase, or suitcase, so you can use it at the office or during your travels away from home. You can sleep near it without difficulty, as it makes no noise, and it also contains a built-in night light. If you use it on a low setting, it'll humidify the area immediately around you, and if you use it on one of the highest settings, it'll be able to humidify an entire room.

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The Claim

By using this humidifier in any location, you'll be able to get rid of potentially harmful dry air within the area. Therefore, you'll be less likely to cough or experience a variety of other minor health difficulties, such as a sore throat, inflamed sinuses, or a bloody nose. You'll be able to sleep or carry out your daily activities more comfortably, regardless of the season. Besides improving the quality of your breathing, both through your mouth and nose, humidified air will also re-hydrate your skin. This re-hydration will make you look younger and more attractive, as it will reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the skin.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Personal Humidifier is $29.95 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Personal Humidifier by paying an extra fee of $7.95 for a total price of $45.85.

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How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Insert Water Bottle

    Attach a bottle of spring water, or one that you've filled with tap water, to the small round hole on top of your Personal Humidifier. The water bottle should be upside down, so the hole on its top can allow the water to enter the hole on top of the humidifying device.

  2. Power up and Select Setting

    Turn the humidifier on and turn the dial up or down to select a setting. The further you turn it to the left, the lower the setting will be, and the further you turn it to the right, the higher the setting will be.

  3. Enjoy Cool Mist

    After you've powered up the device and have chosen a setting, a cool mist will come out of it, humidifying an area for up to 12 hours at a time.


  1. Bedroom

    Before you go to sleep, you can turn your humidifier on beside your bed, so you won't have to wake up with a dry mouth or dried-out sinuses. If you place the device very close to you, you'll be able to use it on a lower setting, and if you place it across the room, you can turn it up higher. Since it has a built-in night light, it's also ideal for use in a child's room.

  2. Kitchen

    In your kitchen, you can leave the humidifier beside you on a low setting as you prepare dinner, or turn it up to a higher setting while the family is eating at the table.

  3. Living Room

    Reading in a favorite chair or watching television will likely be much more comfortable when you use your Personal Humidifier to control the air quality in your living room.

  4. Basement

    Basements tend to be dry, but the Personal Humidifier will solve this problem when you bring it down there with you, regardless of what activity you're doing.

  5. Office

    If you feel that the air in your office is too dry, you can turn your Personal Humidifier on at your desk without irritating others, as it will make no noise.

  6. Travel

    Whether you're staying at a friend's house, sleeping in a hotel room, or camping in a tent or RV, you may find that the air feels dry at some point. Luckily, you'll be able to whip your Personal Humidifier out of your suitcase or overnight bag and moisten it in minutes. If someone else sleeping nearby happens to like dry air, simply leave the humidifier on a low setting so you're the only one who strongly experiences its effects.


  • Larger Humidifier

    A larger humidifier will have the same effect on a room's air as the Personal Humidifier. However, big ones are much harder to carry, especially if you want to frequently move one from room to room. If you struggle with carrying one, you may end up spilling the water inside, too.

Positive Points

  • Comes With Travel Case

    Each Personal Humidifier comes with a free travel case. If you put your humidifier in this case instead of putting it directly in a suitcase or bag, it'll be less likely to get bumped around and possibly damaged.

  • Can Add Menthol

    If you're quite congested, you can add menthol liquid to the water bottle you're using in order to help relieve your discomfort.

Wise Advice

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Do not buy Personal Humidifier online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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Posted: 29 Nov 2021 Jesse - (Pikesville, MD)

Stops Working After 5 Minutes

After a few minutes, the vapor stops coming out.

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