Just wondering if anyone had any thoughts on the Dyson humidifier? It's expensive, but my son is pretty much up all night coughing. I know I could get a cheaper one but we will probably put it to heavy use. Need something that doesn't get everything all wet and is easy to maintain. I own a Dyson vacuum and I like the quality and ease of use( and cleaning) of their products. Let me know if you own one or know someone who does! Thanks!
wonderful pea / 17279 posts
We have the humidifier and air purifier in LO’s room. He has the best air in the house. We started off with a different humidifier that you find on lots of Baby registries and definitely like the Dyson products better.
wonderful cherry / 21504 posts
Ha- i read the title of this and immediately thought “I want it”.
We like the Dyson vacuums. I’m sure the Dyson humidifier is a lot more expensive but a lot better than my crane ones. I’d love to know what people think.
@Mrs. Lemon-Lime: good to know.
honeydew / 7235 posts
I really want this, the price is giving me pause though.
I’ve hated almost every humidifier we’ve owned, just not sure this is worth it.
grape / 92 posts
Thanks for responding everyone! @MrsLemonLime glad you told me I think it will be worth it in the end. @foodnerd81 yes that has been my thought every time I see anything about Dyson anything lol! And @hellobeeboston I have been eyeing it for a while and didn't feel like I could justify the cost. But we've been through three humidifiers and its starting to feel like when we bought four vacuums only to end up buying the Dyson. For us items that get heavy use are just worth a little extra if it limits replacement costs. Also, both my sons had/have sleep apnea and we think that having a good humidifier will really help. My two year old had his adenoid removed a year ago, but the apnea has returned because his tonsils are so huge. We think its irritated from the dryness in the air. Doc said she could remove it but its not ideal to do a tonsillectomy on a 2 year old. So we're trying to find other ways to reduce the size of his tonsils enough to stop the apneas from occurring. In any event, long story to say I'm going to get it and try it. I'll let you ladies know what I think after we put it to use!