ThermaMist is a compact, portable heater and humidifier in one. It's been created to allow users to heat a small room or area without drying out the air inside that space at the same time. Each electrical device, which has a 550-watt inner motor, has a built-in LED light, a timer to be programmed for up to four hours, and a leather-look carrying strap. The water tank inside each device has been designed to hold eight ounces of water, which will allow each heater to produce its humidifying effect.
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To start using your ThermaMist, you must place it on a flat surface, such as a table, a desk, or even the floor, and plug it into an electrical outlet that's close by. Its base is rectangular and flat, and it has small feet, so while it's resting on a flat surface, it shouldn't topple over.
Filling the device's inner water tank is optional, but you'll need to do this if you want humidification, along with heat, in your space. To do so, pull the stopper out of the back right corner of the heater, and fill the hole that appears with about eight ounces of lukewarm water from a small container. When you're done filling the hole up, your device's water tank will be full and you'll be able to return the stopper to its original position.
Next, press the "Heat" button on the top of your device to make it start producing heat. Instead of being like an aggressive gust of wind, the heat it delivers will feel more like a gentle, comforting mist. To get just a humidifying mist on its own, you can press the "Mist" button beside the "Heat" button, but if you want to warm your space, it's best to have both functions going. If you want the heating fan to move at its maximum speed, press the "Max" button on the right-hand wall of your device's body.
Each ThermaMist heater-humidifier also contains a built-in LED night light. To turn it on, press the "Light" button on top of the device. If you want to cycle through the seven colors of light that are available, press it multiple times.
To turn off your ThermaMist, press the "Heat" and "Mist" buttons to turn them off if you've been using those functions. If you've been using the light, cycle through the lighting options until it turns off. It's also best to unplug your device when you're not using it.
When you're too chilly in your home or office, turning up the building's built-in thermostat can dry out the air. This, in turn, may irritate your skin, make your eyes itch, cause your throat to feel scratchy, and in general, make anything you're doing (like working or sleeping) seem quite unpleasant. The ThermaMist will warm up a room or area without causing the air in that space to become dry, though, due to its humidification function. If you fill the device's water tank, the device will emit warm, moist air instead of warm, dry air. Therefore, you likely won't experience the unpleasant physical symptoms that tend to come with a dry environment, and you'll be able to properly sleep, work, or do other activities in your warm room.
Each ThermaMist device is about the same size as a standard toaster, so it'll take up far less space than a bulky space heater in any room. This device is lightweight enough that most users will be able to move one from room to room whenever it's necessary, and each one comes with a leather-look carrying strap that'll help you do this. You could even use this type of heating tool in your office during the day, transport it at home in your vehicle after work, and plug it into an outlet in your bedroom at night.
Regardless of whether you're using your ThermaMist at the standard fan speed or the maximum fan speed, its motor will be whisper quiet. That means it won't disturb you or anyone else in your environment who's trying to sleep, read, write, or perform any other quiet activity without distractions.
To conserve energy and prevent a room from becoming too hot, each device has an automatic shut-off function that'll cause it to turn off after four hours. When it shuts off, every function will shut off, including the lighting.
On the right-hand side of the panel of buttons on the top of your ThermaMist, you'll find a "Timer" button. This will allow you to set a timer for one, two, or four hours. Your heater-humidifier will run consistently at the same speed (and give off the same amount of light) for that amount of time, and when the time has passed, it'll turn itself off.
While you may not want to bring a bulky space heater into a small room or space, you'll be able to use your ThermaMist heater-humidifier in almost any room. It's ideal for small rooms such as dorm rooms, bedrooms, and bathrooms, and it may also come in handy in a cool garage if you've got an outlet to plug it into in there. Plus, if you share a large office with others and use it beside your desk, you'll be able to warm yourself without making other people with different temperature preferences too warm.
The ThermaMist also makes a good night light for kids who are afraid of the dark or adults who simply prefer not to sleep in the pitch dark. Once you turn its light on, you'll be able to choose from seven different colors of illumination. The light will stay on long enough to give you a soft glow as you drift off to sleep, but it won't stay on the whole night and waste electricity. Moreover, each inner lightbulb is of the long-lasting LED variety that may last for hundreds of thousands of hours before burning out.
Although a ThermaMist device will work effectively in small to average-sized rooms, it may not be able to heat an entire large area. If you were to attempt to use it to heat a gymnasium, a large classroom, or an open-concept office with multiple workstations, it may not send a sufficient amount of warmth to the entire area. That might be OK if some people within the room want to be cool, but if everyone wants to be warm, you might have to get multiple devices or look for a larger heater.
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