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4L large tank ultrasonic humidifier amount of fog humidifier ultra-quiet home office

Model SC-616F / JS-516F

Item SC-616F / JS-516F

Applicable area 21-30 square meters

Functional ultrasonic

2.6-4.0 liter tank capacity

Fog port number 1

Mechanical operation

Water power protection support

Power Source AC

Columnar shape

Businesses include: product development, "production" product testing "business sales, the company sold all the goods in accordance with national laws and regulations implemented Quality.

The latest ultrasonic atomization technology, distribute water more easily absorbed by the body 3μm oxygen ions;

No fire aromatherapy cleansing zero pollution;

Third gear automatic shutdown time setting: 30/60/120/180 minutes;

Convenient water Timescale: How long plus water, at a glance;

Aromatherapy essential oils designed specifically for liner isolated water tank seepage;

Anhydrous self off systems, unmanned air can purify the house.

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