Motorola Smart Nursery Humidifier + – Connected Humidifier with Air and Water Purification

November 8, 2017 - Comment

Help your baby breathe easy and sleep soundly with the Motorola Smart Nursery Humidifier +. This connected humidifier can be controlled with the Hubble app for smartphones and tablets. Increase the moisture in your nursery with four levels of cool mist diffusion with three programmable intervals, and enjoy the convenience of the easy to refill

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Help your baby breathe easy and sleep soundly with the Motorola Smart Nursery Humidifier +. This connected humidifier can be controlled with the Hubble app for smartphones and tablets. Increase the moisture in your nursery with four levels of cool mist diffusion with three programmable intervals, and enjoy the convenience of the easy to refill 1 gallon water tank and 14 hours runtime. The double filter design helps purify both the water in the humidifier and the air in your nursery, helping baby breathe better. With Motorola’s Smart Nursery Humidifier +, your nursery just got smarter.

Product Features

  • Wi-Fi Wireless connectivity, monitor and control on compatible smartphones, tablets and computers
  • 4 levels of cool mist diffusion with 3 timers
  • Double filter for clean air and clean mist with a 1 gallon water tank and up to 14 hours of runtime
  • Easy to refill canister with hidden handle
  • Part of the Motorola Smart Nursery System-works with Smart Nursery 7, Cam, Alert Sensor, Baby & Me Scale and Dream Machine

Comments

PrettySureYoureWrong says:

Smart-home enthusiast and tech-savvy dad says stay away. WILL.WAKE. BABY. 👎 I bought and returned this. Where do i even begin? It’s going to be hard to be brief, I have a lot of complaints.PROS:• It’s pretty small and lasts all night, which for us is ~12 hours.• Has filters. That may be a Con for you but after using the filterless Crane Drop which basically grows moldy overnight I was happy for some help in keeping things clean even that the expense of perishable filters.CONS: (in no particular order, but biggest gripe is probably at…

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