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Flame Essential Oil Diffuser

Flame Essential Oil Diffuser

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Flame Essential Oil Diffuser
Regular price $38.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $38.99 USD

Our brand new Flame Air Humidifier is just what you need to improve the quality of your home air! Not only does it humidify the air, but it also diffuses essential oils to create a relaxing and pleasant atmosphere. The cool mist sprayer is perfect for use in any room, and the night light makes it perfect for use at night. The EU/US/UK plug makes it easy to use in any country.

Name: Jellyfish Flame Air Humidifier Essential Oil Diffuser
Color: White
Noise: ≤36DB
Power: 10W
Power supply: DC 24V Type C charge
Plug: EU plug/US plug/UK Plug
Humidifying Capacity: 350ML
Spray Type: Ultrasonic Spray, two modes: 1 is a simulated flame, the other is a jellyfish mode
Product size: 13.8x13.8x10.8cm
Color box package size: 17*14*11.5cm
Material: ABS+PP+ PC+ Silicone
Spray volume: The flame mode is 20-30ml/h,The jellyfish mode is 5-10ml/h.
Timing: ON-2H-8H

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EU plug, US plug