Get to know the Ionmax Ion70 humidifier!

Ionmax Ion70 Ultrasonic Ionising Cool Mist HumidifierThe Ion70 is the latest release in the Ionmax humidifier range and we’re very happy to be one of a few hand-picked retailers that carry this smart and efficient new model.

The Ion70 combines all the intelligent and convenient features you can expect of an Ionmax humidifier – it is intuitive and easy to use and will help maintain your chosen humidifying rate to ensure the relative humidity of your indoor air stays optimal and comfortable.

Why use a humidifier?

The benefits of optimal humidification are many: indoor air can become very dry when climate control (heating or cooling) is used consistently. Bacteria and allergens present in the air die significantly faster when relative humidity stays steadily between 45 and 65%. A humidifier with a humidistat gives you precise control of your indoor relative humidity and can help reduce symptoms such as nose and sinus pain, nose bleeds, sore eyes, as well as help avoid respiratory infections.

A humidifier is also helpful for children and adults alike to sleep comfortably through the night, especially when suffering from a cold or peak periods of hay fever and allergies.

Ion70 features

  • Ultrasonic humidification: high oscillations turn water into a fine vaporised mist, which results in quieter function.
  • Built-in air ioniser: the Ion70 emits negative ions, which help purify the air as well as provide a general sense of well-being.
  • Adjustable humidistat and 3 moisture settings: program the precise humidification level you wish and choose between Low, Medium and High control settings.
  • Timer and automatic shut-off: the Ion70 automatically turns off when the water tank is empty – you can leave it running unattended or program when you want it to turn off with the 12-hour timer.
  • Glowing night light: the Ion70 doubles as a soothing night light and comes with a selection of 7 colours – ideal for babies and children’s rooms!

You can take a closer look at the Ion70 here – and as always, don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions!

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