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Crane's award winning humidifiers are perfect for newborns, children and adults to relieve cough, congestion and flu symptoms for better breathing and comfortable sleep. Newborns are obligate breathers their first 4-5 months. Crane humidifiers help relieve tiny stuffy noses so that babies can breathe easier while breastfeeding, bottle feeding and sleeping. Humidifiers help moisten nasal passages and soothe dry coughs, chapped lips, dry eyes and dry skin.Crane humidifiers are recommended by Consumer Reports.Filters Not Required, Quiet 1 Gallon Tank runs up to 24 Hour,Auto Shut-Off when Tank is Empty,Low Power Consumption.Below is the link to the Instruction and Cleaning Videos on Crane Productshttp://www.crane-usa.com/product-videos.html

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Crane Adorable Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier

Crane Adorable Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier

Here at Crane, we put “Design for Better Living” into everything that we do.

We started with a few designs in 2005 and continued to grow each year working towards solving your indoor needs. Crane products are designed with efficiency, function and style in mind. We love to be creative with colors, designs and we know our products will bring comfort and smiles to your home!

Crane humidifiers help to add humidity to any room in your home and will help to relieve congestion to keep your family healthy. Any room in your home can be warm and cozy when you have a Crane space heater at your side. Air pollutants are present everywhere; Crane air purifiers help to eliminate dust, pollen, pet dander and smoke leaving germ free air in your home. Sometimes you just need a cool breeze, and Crane fans let you direct fresh air into any room you need, whenever you need it.

We’re headquartered in Itasca, IL (just outside Chicago), with an office in Hong Kong and global distribution. Wachsmuth & Krogmann, Inc (W&K), is Crane’s parent company. W&K is an international trade company founded over 200 years ago and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
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