Dyson Hygienic Mist Humidifiers Wipe Off Bacteria Presence from the Air Around You

October 27, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

British technology company Dyson has been bringing to our midst some cool devices for quite a while now.

Recently, they launched a new air humidifier, which goes by the name Hygienic Mist Humidifier. Significant about the new innovation is that it is billed to meet the demands of air humidification, alongside curbing bacterial presence.

Warm water often spawns bacterial growth and they spread across the room when sprayed for humidification. Air humidifiers have been toiling to tackle down the bacteria issue and Dyson has now injected the UV ray function to wipe out the concern.


The air humidifier is designed to resemble Dyson’s Air Multiplier and fits itself in a tray made for water storage. It also comes with the provision to treat the stored water with UV rays.

As per company claims, Hygienic Mist Humidifier can bring down bacterial presence to up to 99.9 %, when compared with others of its ilk.

Dyson’s recent technological invention deserves much applause for its effort to maintain the humidity using thermostats too.

Normal humidifiers fail to slam the brakes on humidification  when the level of humidity goes beyond the tolerable level. But Dyson air humidifiers can ease such worries by tripping the humidification when levels go up.

Hygienic Mist Humidifiers take only up to three minutes to bring down the entire bacterial presence in water.

As much as 3 litres of storage is what is offered by the water tank, which is enough to keep the humidifier running for up to 18 hours.

The humidifier will be making its debut in Japan this November for a price of $560. Following the Japan unveiling, it would start its journey to other markets to without much delay. Are you waiting for this one to come your way?

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