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Crane Germ Defense Humidifier Filter  Model:HS-3812

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  • Height: 3.3"
  • Width: 3.2"
  • Depth: 3.3"
  • Crane Germ Defense Humidifier Filter
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    Crane Germ Defense Humidifier Filter

    Improve your humidifier's water quality with the Crane Germ Defense Humidifier Filter (HS-3812). Designed for use with Crane Germ Defense humidifiers (EE-8064 and EE-8065), this filter extends the life of your humidifier by reducing white dust, a mineral deposit caused by hard water. To install, simply screw the filter onto your humidifier's tank cap and insert into a full water tank. Water will be demineralized as it passes through the filter, readying your humidifier for use after 15 minutes. Monthly replacement is recommended if the filter is used daily.

    Specifications & Manuals

    • Model: HS-3812
    • Brand: Crane
    • Demineralizing water filter
    • Helps to reduce white dust caused by hard water
    • Extends humidifier life
    • For best results, replace filter after 30-40 fillings or every 1-2 months
    • Warranty: 1 year limited
    • Crane Germ Defense Humidifier Filter
    • Designed for use with Crane Germ Defense humidifiers
    • Easy screw-on installation
    • Attach filter to humidifier's water tank cap, then insert into full water tank
    • Wait 15 minutes to use humidifier after attaching filter
    • Weight: 8.5 oz
    • Dimensions: 3.3" H x 3.2" W x 3.3" D

    Customer Reviews

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    Crane Germ Defense Humidifier Filter 5 5 1 1
    Excellent Design The design of this filter is far superior to any humidifier filter I have ever used! There is absolutely no white dust from the humidifier. I do recommend using it, although its mother unit does not require it. February 28, 2012
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