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Model H12 400HB

Internet #203524466

5.4-gal. Evaporative Humidifier for 3,700 sq. ft.

$120.78 /each
  • Best square foot coverage per dollar spent
  • Save up to 10% off your annual heating bill
  • Many health benefits

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The H12 400HB offers convenient whole house coverage in a single bottle design. It adds invisible moisture to your home by moving dry air through a saturated wick. Maintaining proper humidity levels between 30-50% in your home/office/workplace has been scientifically proven to help prevent the flu and allergies. It reduces static electricity, relieves dry skin and scratchy throat, and protects fine furniture and wood floors. Proper humidity makes you feel warmer allowing you to lower your thermostat setting which will save money.

  • 5.4-gal. water capacity
  • Up to 3,700 sq. ft. coverage
  • Up to 11.83-gal. daily output
  • Analog controls with digital display
  • 4-speed motor
  • Adjustable humidistat and automatic shut-off
  • Water refill and check filter indicators
  • Casters for easy portability
  • Easy-fill water bottle w/refill hose



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How well does this unit work with a 2 story house? Also where would you put it?

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January 5, 2016
My house was built in the 1800s and doesn't have an open floor plan. We have had 2 different kinds of humidifiers that work for 2000 Sq foot houses and mine is 3100. Thanks for any and all help.
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Lincoln, il
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January 22, 2016
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For best distribution place as close to cold air return as you can.
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January 7, 2016
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Placing away from a heat exchange and at least 4 inches away from the wall on a level surface is an ideal setting for your humidifier. If you have extremely high ceilings, you may want to consider using a smaller unit in the upstairs area. The 3700 feet of coverage is based on tight construction.
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Does it have

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TN
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November 17, 2015
an Auto Shutoff when runs out of water ?

About how long do the filters last ?
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December 22, 2015
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Wicks typically last a season, depending on the amount of use. When the unit is set below 65% it will go into a dry out mode for 2 hours and then shut off when it is out of water.
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size of fitter

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Griggsville Il
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October 21, 2015
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Marion, Ky.
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November 5, 2015
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I believe it's about 3" deep x 11" wide by 18" high.
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How to fill

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Lafayette hill, pa
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September 18, 2015
Is the refill located in the top of the water container or at the bottom which would require lifting to refill?
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November 5, 2015
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You remove the small black cover on the top left and then lift out the plastic tank. Turn it upside down and remove the cap to fill it. So in answer to your question, the refill is located on the bottom so you need to lift it.
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Chase The humidifier had a good price but that was all. The higher speeds the fan rattles and is noisy, and the water tank will not empty with out someone pick up the tank and resetting it several times. December 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by product did not work the product was at fault, motor was bad. company sent a new unit and still no good. December 15, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Speed on low still to noisy TO NOISY ON LOW SPEED. COULD BE QUIETER WHEN USING. October 6, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Review of console humidifier To be fair, there can be no comparison between the quality of the humidifier I purchased twenty years ago and the one I have purchased recently to replace it. The general quality of the older appliance wins, hands down. Having said that, I will say that this product has the largest water reservoir of any that I could find on the market which is a plus. Still it must be refilled twice a day to maintain 30% humidity on the main level of my house (1350sqft), unlike the one I replaced which had a reservoir that was good for 3 days. One other negative is that the water container, which is quite heavy when full, has to be inverted and lifted into the device rather than filled in place and is quite difficult to "seat". Other than that it is not a bad machine. It looks good and is relatively quiet when run on low speed. February 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Humidifier Product is great but shipping was bad, it was damaged , was scratched up looks bad but runs well April 21, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product This seems to be a good humidifier but it is difficult to maintain. The water reservoir is very heavy when full and it is too tall to fit under kitchen or bathroom sinks. Set at 40% humidity the reservoir needs to be filled morning and night. It comes with a long tube for filling but storage of this is inconvenient. Does increase humidity per an independent gauge. Good product but just know it's lots of work. December 23, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap but effective Overall, I have learned to live with the shortcomings of this unit. It uses very cheap materials. The plunger to electronics section is very difficult to line up when assembling. The water tank does not easily line up with the chassis that releases the water. The filter is done after less than 2 months of use. Other that that it does work, so far. January 13, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good humidifier this is a good humidifier(only a 4 star because i don't know of it's longevity - about 1.5 months so far). yes it is flimsy(but well built where needed and seems good quality and attractive), yes it does gurgle some, yes it does have fan noise, yes it takes a bit of effort to fill the removable "bottle", but for my 35 yrs. of using this type it is a good one so far - puts out plenty of water on fan speed 2 to take care of 1500 sq.ft. in not to dry a conditions yet - it is on medium carpet - says don't put on plush - so it is ok noise wise. All features work fine. I fill the "bottle" by carrying to a deep bathtub and filling the bottle - return and invert into unit paying attention to seating of the " release button" - then in like a few hrs. that will drain into bottom reservoir - then refill "bottle" again will last a good 8 hrs on 2nd speed .............. December 11, 2014
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