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Night light
Large water capacity
Silent operation


3-in-1 Mini Humidifier with Light and Fan


Retail: R400

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This 3-in-1 Iceberg Humidifier is a great item to have next to your bed or in the office! The fine mist deeply moisturises your skin keeping it super hydrated. The light is great for night time creating a gentle hue in your bedroom. The fan is great for hot days and will cool you down gently. This 3-in-1 device operates silently and will compliment any room with it's cute and modern appearance.


  • Turn counter-clockwise to unscrew the top cover and add water. After the cotton swab is completely absorbed, turn on the power.
  • Click the touch button to turn on the spray and click again to turn off the spray. (this cycle)
  • Press and hold the touch button to turn on the night light/USB fan, press and hold again to turn off the night light/USB fan. (this cycle)
  • Anti-dry: Automatically power off after 6 hours of normal use, can restart and it will continue working
Prouct Features
  • Micron-level fine mist, deeply moisturizes your skin, high-frequency vibration micro-particles, directly to the skin, deep hydration.
  • Large capacity so do not need to add water frequently
  • Creative gameplay is multi-purpose, and the top of the fuselage comes with a USB expansion port.
  • Create your own colorful atmosphere, switch freely with colorful lights, and have a companion on quiet nights.
  • Silent operation, moisturising, no radiation humidifier that does not affect your sleep
  • Includes: Data cable, USB light and small fan
Prouct Specifications
  • Material: ABS+PP
  • Product size: 98 x 98.5 x 98.5mm
  • Color box packaging: 105 x 105 x 105mm
  • Single net weight / gross weight: 215g
  • Colour: Pink, white or black
  • Input voltage: DC5V
  • Working current: 400MA
  • Power consumption: 2W
  • Water bottle capacity: 230ML
  • Spray amount: 25-40ML/H
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Although we do have to ask: if our savings are this good, shouldn't we be calling it discount therapy instead?

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