Three different diffusers today

 

 

Having had a number of these for review I now use one of these all the while. I’ve one in the kitchen which is on most days with whatever oil blend takes my fancy, sometimes it’s spicy wintry scents, sometimes florals and at others I go for citrus blends, orange, lemon and grapefruit. It’s so easy, just add water, a few drops of whatever oil you want, switch on and instantly the room fills with gentle perfume. These misters are efficient, and of course in winter will add a little much needed humidity to a room which gets dry air from radiators etc. If you’ve got colds, sore throats and sniffles you can add minty/eucalyptus blends to help with breathing

I’ve just listed features about each as individuals rather than repeat three reviews  and bore you as they all work in the same way. Lift off the top, then simply add water with the measuring cup supplied and a few drops of whatever oil you fancy. Tap water can be used, no special bottles or anything.  I’ve found with these its best to wipe out inside every few uses or an oil residue tends to accumulate. They all automatically switch off once water container is empty though so no worries about  overheating due to lack of water.

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This one changes colours through blues and purples, to greens, it’s more subtle than the images show. Its got quite a small container at 80 ml, usually it’s 100 though I had one at a massive 500ml… The lights and mist have independent switches and light can be left off if required, or locked on to a single colour.  Its  very quiet when running and very attractive to look at, coming in a soft white colour and an unusual bean shaped design.  It comes with full instructions and with a measuring cup for water. This one is powered via USB cable so can be connected to PC or laptop, or use a USB adapter to plug into mains. I used it with a battery pack which was great as it gave me the flexibility to use it wherever I wanted, and not be tied to where the electric sockets were. That gives it an edge over many others for me.

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Stars: Five. 

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This one also changes colours through blues and purples, to greens.   They are more subtle than the images show and the colours more deep. Its got a bigger than usual container at 180 ml, usually it’s 100ml, so you’ll be able to go longer between refills, though you can also programme it for shorter periods.  The lights and mist have independent switches and light can be left off if required, or locked on to a single colour.  Its  very quiet when running and very attractive to look at.  It comes with full instructions ( though its really easy to work out) and with a measuring cup for water. 

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Stars: Five. 

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Again this one changes colours through blues and purples, to greens though they don’t show so well on a monitor as they are in life. It’s got a 100 ml water container, and like the others it automatically switches off once water container is empty.  The lights and mist have independent switches and light can be left off if required, or locked on to a single colour.  Its  very quiet when running and very attractive to look at, having a gently tapered ridged shape.  It comes with full instructions and with a measuring cup for water. 

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Stars: Five. 

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About jeanniezelos

I'm an avid reader, love my kindle and I have my head in a novel for hours daily : ) Mum used to say I'd read toilet paper if it was printed- it wasn't, so i had to contend myself with the back and sides of the cereal packets. I've always Needed to read and we had few books when i was a child hence my penchant for reading anything including adverts then... I review mainly contemporary, erotic and paranormal romance books though dystopian and urban fantasy also appeal. I'm currently rated around the 300 mark on amazon.co.uk for my reviews. I try to keep them structured and to say what I do and don't like about a book so other readers can use my review as a guide to whether they may enjoy the book.

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