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Crane EE-8190 Cool Mist Humidifier, Monkey

by Crane
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Product Features

  • Adorable child friendly design
  • Whisper Quiet Operation
  • Auto-off function when water tank is empty
  • Supports easy breathing - instant relief from heating and cooling
  • Variable humidity control

Frequently Bought Together

Crane EE-8190 Cool Mist Humidifier, Monkey + Crane Demineralization Filter Cartridge for Crane Cool Mist Humidifiers (Cow, Tiger, Cow, Dragon, Elephant, Frog, Penguin, Pig, and Duck) + Crane Ultrasonic Cool Mist Humidifier, White Drop
Price For All Three: CDN$ 134.90

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Amazon.ca Product Description

Crane Adorable Cool Mist Humidifiers supports easy breathing and provides relief from year round heating and cooling. Cool mist humidifiers also provide relief from cough cold and flu symptoms. Features include a whisper-quiet operation, removable water tank for easy carrying and filling, variable humidity control, low power consumption, and an auto-off function when the tank is empty.

Product Description

Help improve your child's health with the Adorable Cool Mist Humidifier from Crane. Colorful, fun animal shapes match any nursery decor and make a healthy companion for your little one! Features: Child friendly designs Supports easy breathing - instant relief from year round heating and cooling Variable humidity control Whisper quiet operation 1 gallon tank for up to 11 hours running time Up to 2.1 gallon moist output per day Removable water tank for easy carry and refill Auto-shut off when tank is empty Low power consumption 120 volts, 60 Hz, 36 watts Humidifiers help to decrease the levels of dryness in the air dramatically, and enable you and your child to enjoy improved health, improved quality of air, and even an improved home interior. They have been proven to cut the levels of dust and bacteria within the home, helping to eliminate health issues and allergies. Featured on ABC News, NBC News and HGTV BONUS: Free  1 year Parents magazine subscription included with your purchase.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Feb. 24 2014
By ss
Verified Purchase
Super Easy to clean and works like a charm. The dry environment that we have in Alberta was not great for my little ones skin and dry lips. This has done the trick for sure.
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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars  2,613 reviews
861 of 885 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy it, enjoy it...it works great plus is cute. Jan. 11 2008
By J. Baltrus - Published on Amazon.com
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A great little humidifier. Well worth the money for its functionality...the cute appearance is a bonus. It is not loud at all and really cranks out serious humidity.
599 of 620 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quiet, easy to use, and so gosh darn CUTE! Feb. 16 2007
By J. Muench - Published on Amazon.com
I got the penguin humidifier a week ago after researching multiple brands, some expensive ones, filter ones, big ones, warm ones, etc. And I read the reviews about it leaking or breaking on this one, and essentially there was some complaint on just about every brand out there--always a few problems. So for the $30 this one cost (and the fact that it is ridiculously adorable!) it seemed to cover what I needed: something that was not expensive, not too large and bulky, smaller reservoir so more fresh water going through it (and less water sitting around getting ookey) and would add humidity where ever it was.

It has been running almost non-stop for a week, minus filling times or when we were out, and has worked perfectly. The body reservoir, even when running on high, has lasted at least 16 hours. I haven't had problems with white dust on everything like my old-fashioned gigantic noisy one (I use tap water), and it doesn't spray water drops out with the mist either. It definitely made a difference running at night in the bedroom--no noses and throats feeling 'dry as dust' in the AM. The penguin has a small footprint, about 9" diameter and 12.75" tall. It runs almost silently BUT it does make a trickling noise and actually sounds like our tabletop fountain. It's a nice sound during the day but wore on me during the night; I wasn't used the sound and I kept thinking it's leaking when it wasn't. So now I run it for a while before bed and I sleep much better all around.

Things to watch out for though... the reservoir opening where you fill it, there is a screw-on cap with a spring-valve (like what's at the bottom of your coffee maker basket). There should be a silicone O-ring that fits in the top of the cap. Our O-ring was inside the opening, and since it was clear-ish could be easily missed. The O-ring could cause the cap to leak if not seated properly and the cap needs to be tightened snuggly. When filled and righted (there's even a little handle to carry it by) it should only drip slightly out of the spring-valve. Check that nothing is clogging the spring-valve by pressing it in (before filling) and that the flap is not folded. Only use COLD water in the reservoir, and if you boiled water WAIT for it to be room temp before using. Using hot water could definitely cause this plastic to crackle and crack. The body must sit squarely on the 'butt' or it can dribble over the side a tiny bit.

We have had absolutely no problems with this little cutie, and if I do I'll update my posting. It has a nice rocker on-off switch on his 'left butt cheek'. It has a dial on the front (I'll call it his bellybutton) to adjust the amount of mist; even on high he doesn't drip. The mist dial doesn't seem to affect the fountain noise at all; i.e. the lesser misting does not lessen any gurgling it does. A great little design and it does the job!
288 of 309 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars quiet, efficient and cute! Nov. 12 2006
By Midwestern Mom - Published on Amazon.com
This frog humidifier is wonderful. I'm so glad I finally decided to get one after reading reviews on it since last winter. Unlike this picture, the actual product is a true Granny Smith apple green, or some might call it lime green.



-no expensive filter required. (my Holmes humidifier requires a new $13 filter about every 6 weeks)

-shuts off automatically when it runs out of water

-easy to refil water

-simple and easy to use



-tiny green light is on when humidifier is in use and I persoanlly like a very dark bedroom at night. I just tape a dark piece of paper over it and problem solved. But it can also be a night light for a child's room.

-must be on a nightstand or some sort of elevated surface. Some people might not have that room to spare.

-it may be TOO cute and irresitible for little ones to keep their hands off it at first. But the newness wears off.
178 of 196 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Read the Manual Jan. 28 2009
By M. Domingo - Published on Amazon.com
We read a lot of the reviews before deciding to buy the Crane Penguin. Some of the lower stars almost deterred us from buying it, but we tried it anyways because it's so cute. And we're happy we did.

For all those who complained about it (white dust, hard to clean, loud noise, the handle breaks, etc.) I've got one thing to say:---- READ THE MANUAL, PEOPLE. ---- All of those issues are spoken about with the included documentation and how to avoid or minimize them.

For example, the white dust has nothing to do with the humidifier. It's the minerals that your local water company puts in the water system. The documentation tells you specifically "filtered or distilled water is recommended to avoid white dust if your tap water is too hard." Or you can buy an optional filter for the unit. But you would get the white dust with ANY humidifier without a filter. We happen to not have hard tap water, so depending on your area, it may not even be a problem.

Also, there is a section on general maintenance and cleaning. To keep the inside of the tank clean, it explains first, don't let water sit in the tank for more than two days while bacteria can build up. That's just common sense. Secondly, just add a few drops of household bleach to the water every fourth time you fill it. But even if the tank does start to have noticeable mineral deposits or bacteria, it gives simple instructions to use a teaspoon of bleach with a gallon of water, swish it around for a while, then dump it. What's so hard about that?

I won't go into everything else because you can just read the instructions for yourself if you buy it. But my point is that you should not be dissuaded from buying this humidifier because of some other comments. It's been wonderful for us and it does it's job.
79 of 90 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Small, Effective and Cheap Oct. 30 2007
By rctnyc - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I need to run a humidifier at night during the winter to avoid sore throats and colds. This is my fourth humidifier. The others either leaked, were noisy, or had filters that dried out too easily and too soon.

I have been using the Adorable Penguin for two weeks to humidify a fairly large bedroom. The unit is easy to operate and poses no environmental hazards to the bedroom -- fills from the water tap (the screw on cap it simple to use and does not leak); no filter to replace; although it is "ultrasonic" (thanks to the person who left a comment) there is no dust. It is also by far the quietest of the four units that I've purchased. I hear a low trickling noise from time to time, but only in the dead of night, when all else is still. There is no "glugging" or "splashing." (The Vornado sounded like a washing machine.)

In addition, although to my eyes the mist flow seems localized, my husband, a general contractor, assures me that the unit is adequately humidifying the bedroom. My throat is not dry: a good sign.

My criticisms are as follows: (1) the spout needs to point slightly upwards at an angle, rather than straight out into the room (perhaps the Elephant would have been a better choice) and (2) (related to (1)) the mist-arc seems to be dampening my rug a bit.

Otherwise, this is a good buy. For a child's small bedroom, it (or maybe the Elephant) would be the perfect choice.
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