Humidify your cabinet or large end table humidor like a pro with the classic Moist-N-Aire electronic humidifier - the same unit used by cigar stores for their display cases. Built to last for years, there's no better way to keep 100's or even a thousand cigars fresh. If you have the space, buy it!
Mine did not seem to have any regulatory feature. It either ran all the time or not at all. I had to check the humidity about four times a day and either shut off the moist-n-aire or turn it on. I lost many expensive cigars due to excess humidity and subsequent mold. I played with it for a year being optimistic for some reason, expecting it to correct itself. Never happened. I called the company and it would cost $85 plus shipping to get it repaired. I tossed it out and got an Oasis which requires replacement cartridges, but keeps a constant humidity. I do NOT recommend the Moist-N-Aire; it is a very expensive piece of junk.0 0
Have had one for years... Don't know why I am still messing with it. The fan seems to either run too frequently or not at all. The control has to be nudged ever so slightly to get it set. Then the season changes. There seems to be no relationship between the control setting and the actual humidity. Too bad!2 0
would rather replace hydrostat than the whole unit.0 0
I have owned a moist-N-Air humidifier for the past 12 - 15 years. It has worked like a champ. I would recommend it to anyone. My unit runs around 15- 18 hours a day. Presently I am in search of a new fan motor for my unit. This is the first time in 12 years that I have had to service it, I think that is a fantastic track record. Would you think so?0 0