Portable USB-Powered Humidifier

Jan 16, 2014

Category: Tech

If, after reading a selection of hideously offensive and cowardly YouTube comments, you’ve ever said to yourself, “Self, I don’t even wanna breathe the same air as these people,” good news: Help is on the way. This portable USB-powered humidifier from Satechil attaches to the top of your bottled water, instantly creating richer and cleaner oxygen for you to inhale. It’s step one towards separating yourself from the pack.

While it can’t do much about the idiots on YouTube, the humidifier does promises to eliminate 99.9% of bacteria from the air. And since it’s portable, you can bring it with you wherever there’s a need for superior oxygen, like a dirty bar’s bathroom or Michael Phelps’ basement. [Purchase]

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