Honeywell HCM-350
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$17.99 - $87.46
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Summary: This Honeywell Tabletop was good in overall performance, and is intended to humidify areas up to 500 square feet. It uses a filter or wick for evaporation to produce moisture. The filter may need periodic replacement. It is effective at inhibiting bacterial growth.
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Type: Large room (500 - 999 sq ft)
About - Honeywell HCM-350

The Honeywell HCM-350 is part of the humidifier test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, humidifier models like the HCM-350 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

Output is based on the number of gallons emitted daily per square foot of the recommended humidification area.

Convenience is the ease of operating and maintaining a unit.

Noise is based on the sound level, in decibels, at the unit’s highest operating setting.
About This Brand

Honeywell is part of the Helen of Troy group. Humidifiers are available in a wide variety of mass-market and home-center stores. It offers whole-house and tabletop models. Prices range from $40 to $75.

Features & Specs - Honeywell HCM-350
info Style Evaporative
info Claimed humidification area 500
info Daily output (gal) 2.3
info Humidistat No
info Programmable No
info Antimicrobial claims Yes
info Dual mist No
info Warm mist only No
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User Reviews - Honeywell HCM-350
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Easy working
Replace Filter
Best Uses
Child's Room
This is the easiest, cleanest humidifier I have had (out of 3). I have never seen bacteria growing on it. It is simple to fill also.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
Gets the Job Done but Little else
Easy to clean
Easy to fill
Easy to replace filter
Quiet At Basic Setting
no humidistat
Tough to handle
Best Uses
Bedroom Humidification
During the cold months we use this unit to humidify our bedroom while sleeping. It does get the job done. It's quiet and its output is clean. But we've had humidifiers in the past and they seem to have more features, such as humidistats which sense excess humidity and cycle the unit on and off. Also, the unit's base does not attach securely to the unit itself, one has to be careful handling the unit so that it doesn't spill.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
(5 of 8 customers found this review helpful)
Water on the floor not in the ari
Water Tray Is To Shallow
Best Uses
I bought the unit for the bedroom. It ran quiet but could only run the unit less then a couple of hours. In that time two tanks of water ran out onto the floor. One when I first turned it on and the second after I used a leveler to level the unit. The water would not stop puring water out the bottom. The water tray on the bottom of the unit is to shallow for the water that it is supposed to hold and the tray is to flexible to carry to the kitc hen sink to clean. When you try to move the unit to another location it will leek all the stored water out of the unit.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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