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  • Babymoov Hygro+ Humidifier, White

    The eye-catching, noiseless Babymoov Hygro+ Humidifier is expertly designed to provide cle... more
    £79.99 Free Delivery
  • Vicks VH750UK Warm Mist Humidifier Cooling Chamber

    Cooling Chamber manufactured by Vicks
    £13 (+ £3.00 P&P)
  • Vicks 3.8 Litre Warm Mist Humidifier

    The Vicks VH-750 Warm Mist Humidifier provides moisture to your air with 2 different humid... more
    £39.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Miniland Minidrop Humidifier

    The Miniland Minidrop humidifier by ultrasound cold steam system features a compact design... more
    £39.99 Free Delivery
  • Stadler Form Oskar Little Humidifier, Black

    The Stadler Form Oskar Little Humidifier is a thrifty consumer with great power. With two ... more
    £99.95 Free Delivery
  • Crane Cool Mist Humidifier 3.78L with Light - Drop

    Get a good night's sleep and breathe easier with the stylish Crane Ultrasonic Cool Mi... more
    £49.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Dimplex 100ml Electronic Aroma Humidifier

    This Dimplex electronic aroma humidifier invites you to kick back and relax with your favo... more
    £49.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Honeywell H950E1 4 Litre Warm Mist Humidifier

    Helps you breathe better and sleep more comfortably. Filter free - no expensive filters to... more
    £49.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • TopCom Humidifier UH 1901 with ionizer

    TopCom Humidifier UH 1901 with ionizer.
    £105.61 (+ £12.00 P&P)
  • Kontrol Ceramic Humidifier X1

    £4.09 Free Delivery
    Was £5.49
  • Topcom Humidifier

    Ultrasonic humidifier cold mist function with built in ionizer. Other features are adjusta... more
    £59.99 Free Delivery
    Save £45*
  • Challenge - Ultrasonic - Humidifier

    The Challenge humidifier uses ultrasonic humidification to release water particles back in... more
    £37.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Crane Cool Mist Humidifier 3.78L - White Drop.

    Get relief from Cold and Flu Symptoms and bring Wellness to your entire Family in style wi... more
    £49.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Duux Mushroom Humidifier - Red

    This eco-friendly humidifier offers a bevy of baby friendly benefits, including healthier ... more
    £39.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Duux Mushroom Humidifier - Green

    This eco-friendly humidifier offers a bevy of baby friendly benefits, including healthier ... more
    £39.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Miniland Humiessence Humidifier

    An ultrasonic cold vapour humidifier that creates a pleasant atmosphere for the whole fami... more
    £39.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Rio Aroma Diffuser, Humidifier and Night Light

    Creates a wonderfully soothing atmosphere with soft changing colours and a calming stream ... more
    £25.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Crane Cool Mist Humidifier 3.78L - Eliiot the Elephant

    Get a good night's sleep and breathe easier with the adorable Crane Ultrasonic Cool M... more
    £39.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • HoMedics Humidifier Spare Cartridge for HUM-20A

    This Product is a replacement for HoMedics Warm and Cool mist humidifier - HUM-20A 425/229... more
    £13.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Crane Frog Humidifier

    Newborn babies only breath through their noses for the first 4 - 6 months. Humidity helps ... more
    £44.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Stadler Form Oskar Little Humidifier, White

    The Stadler Form Oskar Little Humidifier is a thrifty consumer with great power. With two ... more
    £99.95 Free Delivery
  • Bionaire BUH004 Ultrasonic Humidifier with Hygrometer

    The Bionaire BUH004 Ultrasonic Humidifier disperses a refreshingly cool mist into the air ... more
    £79.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • 3.5 star rating

    Dyson AM10

    3.5 star rating
    Humidifier, Air flow: 1656m3/h, Max. Operating area: 16m²
    £449.10 Free Delivery
    Save £50*
  • Stadler Form Eva

    Humidifier
    £199 Free Delivery
  • Stadler Oskar Little

    Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 30m², Silent (39 dB)
    £99.95 Free Delivery
  • 2.5 star rating

    Bionaire BUH003X

    2.5 star rating
    Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 27m², Silent (25 dB)
    £39 Free Delivery
  • Beurer LB 37

    Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 20m²
    £52.09 Free Delivery
    Save 13%*
  • DeLonghi UH 800E

    Humidifier
    £80.04 Free Delivery
    Save 10%*
  • Beurer LW110

    Air Purifier, Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 36m², Other, Dust filter
    £135.96 Free Delivery
    Save 9%*
  • Beurer LB 88

    Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 48m²
    £84.46 (+ £6.99 P&P)
    Save 7%*
  • Beurer LB 44

    Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 25m²
    £50.56 (+ £9.95 P&P)
    Save 10%*
  • Bionaire BU7500

    Portable Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 52m²
    £89 Free Delivery
  • Bionaire BDH002X

    Portable Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 60m², Operating temperature range: 5 - 37°C, S... more
    £165 Free Delivery
  • Vax ACKRV101

    Portable Air Purifier, Humidifier, Air flow: 244m3/h, Max. Operating area: 87m², HEPA Fil... more
    £219 Free Delivery
  • 4.5 star rating

    Beurer LB 12

    4.5 star rating
    Portable Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 20m²
    £36.15 (+ £9.95 P&P)
    Save 11%*
  • 3.5 star rating

    Stadler Form Fred

    3.5 star rating
    Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 50m², Silent (28 dB)
    £94.79 (+ £9.95 P&P)
  • 4 star rating

    Stadler Oskar

    4 star rating
    Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 50m², Silent (26 dB)
    £99.95 Free Delivery
    Save £26*
  • Stadler Robert

    Humidifier, Max. Operating area: 80m²
    £405.42 (+ £9.95 P&P)
  • Medisana Ultrabreeze 60050

    Humidifier
    £45.59 (+ £9.95 P&P)

*Potential saving calculated by comparing the cheapest price with the most expensive

Crowdstorm’s buyer’s guide to humidifiers

Welcome to Crowdstorm – and more specifically our web page dedicated to buying humidifiers. It’s the kind of purchase we really make, so how are you meant to be an expert? Well don’t worry - that’s where we come in.

We scour the internet to find the hottest deals on the best humidifiers from the leading manufacturers; from Vicks humidifiers through to Bionaire and Dyson. And better still we collate them all here, with offers from all your favourite high street and online retailers. All you need to do is click through and make your purchase direct from them.

But before you get going, check out our humidifiers guide below.

Who needs a humidifier?

Whether you’re at work or at home, the humidity should be around 30-50%. But at certain times of the year, especially in winter, the level of humidity can drop to as low as 10% thanks to central heating drying out the air.

When humidity levels are too low you may experience some or all of the following:

  • Dry eyes and skin
  • Chapped lips
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Static
  • Cracking furniture

If this sounds like your situation, investing in a humidifier is going to be great for both your health and your home in the long run.

What are the best humidifiers for me?

In terms of size, you’ll need to make an initial decision on how large a unit you’re wanting to invest in:

  • Tabletop: These humidifiers are portable and ideal for use in a single room. They’re a great space-saving solution and are also the cheapest to buy. As a downside, tabletop models have small tanks that require frequent changing.
  • Console: Console humidifiers are relatively mobile but are bigger than tabletop models and as such can humidify more than one room and need a change of tank less frequently. Console models can be cumbersome and some models are louder than others, so bear this in mind when narrowing down your options.
  • In-duct, or whole house humidifier: This is the best humidifier if you’re looking to humidify the whole house; it’s plumbed into the water supply and taps into the air ducts. They usually blow air over a wet wick (evaporative-bypass units), with some emitting a warm mist into the air to moisturize. Other models are nebulizers, which use a spray technology to humidify. In-duct humidifiers are the cheapest to run but may need to be professionally installed.

Humidifiers use one of two types of basic technology:

  • Warm mist humidifiers: These use a heating unit to boil water before cooling the hot steam. They’re considered healthier, as the boiling process removes impurities from the water.
  • Cool mist humidifiers: These disperse room temperature mist and are great for adding moisture to large areas. They also use less electricity, as they don’t heat the water first.

Next, you’ll also need to consider the following:

  • Evaporative humidifiers: The most common design, these use a fan to blow air over a wet wick filter to create a mist. They’re also filtered, trapping minerals and dust.
  • Ultrasonic humidifiers: Use high frequency sound vibrations to create an ultra-fine mist. They tend to be quiet, while they don’t tend to have filters.
  • Impeller humidifiers: Produce mist using a rotating disk to propel water through a diffuser, breaking the water into tiny droplets.

What should I consider when shopping online for a humidifier?

Budget: Have a think about cost and your budget. You can easily find a small, cheap humidifier for around £30. Cheaper models will have less features and will be smaller and arguably less effective, too. Expect to pay a couple of hundred pounds for a top of the range model. More expensive humidifiers will have a larger capacity and will often be more effective too.

Humidistat: Humidifiers are great for adding moisture to the air, but if they go too far the other way and over humidify you’ll have a new set of problems on your hands. A humidistat helps to regulate and control humidity levels by switching off at the optimum point. 

Timer: Great for automatically turning on or off at a set time. 

Noise: Humidifiers can be noisy, especially evaporative models. Warm-mist tabletop models and ultrasonic humidifiers are usually the quietest units. If you do opt for an evaporative humidifier try and position it away from areas such as the living room or bedrooms. 

Storage: Where will your new humidifier be kept? Depending on the size of the water tank, humidifiers can be on the large side so make sure you have plenty of storage space for your chosen model. Check the dimensions of your shortlisted humidifiers to ensure you’re getting a size that’ll fit neatly in your home. As a general rule, small and compact humidifiers are less efficient, but they do take up less room.

Capacity: It’s important to find a humidifier with the right capacity for your home. Too big and it’ll create condensation and possibly cause mildew, too small at its efficiency will be compromised.
A model designed for 700 sq ft is fine for a bedroom or small room. 

Energy efficiency: Humidifiers are not the most energy efficient of machines, and the larger units can be extremely expensive to run. If energy efficiency is important to you be sure to check for energy efficient features and controls.

To summarise, here’s what you should consider when shopping online for a new humidifier:

  • How much space do you have for your new humidifier?
  • How much do you want to spend on your air humidifier?
  • How often do you mind changing your humidifier’s tank?
  • Which room will you be using your new humidifier in? Does it need to be a quiet unit?
  • At what capacity does your humidifier need to work?
  • What features are important to you?

I’ve found my ideal humidifier: What next?

Once you’ve compared the humidifiers in our comparison table above, the hard work is over: now all you need to do is click through to seal the deal. 

By clicking a deal you’ll be taken directly to the correct page on the official website of the retailer of your choice. From there it’s simple.

Remember, we’re not actually a retailer – we just collect all the deals from the retailers you know and love. We don’t make money from you directly, but from advertising – hence no hidden costs and commissions. 

Happy shopping!