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Quality Imports Foam 75 Humidifier
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Quality Imports Foam 75 Humidifier

From: Quality Item #: 24679
$3.99
$5.50 MSRP - 27% OFF
This humidifier features a foam oasis block which is packaged dry and requires filling before use. Circular shape humidifies up to 75 cigars.

Here's what others have to say about this item!

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Small and Affective

They work, I have one on each row in my humidor

By Brendon on Nov 14, 2018

good

works good

By Michael on May 8, 2017

Great For

Great for small humidors! I use mason jars that have a rubber gasket to seal in moisture!

By Shawn on Dec 7, 2017

Quality Imports

Nice replacement humidifier.

By John on Mar 13, 2018

Worth the price

Nothing glitzy but worked just fine for me.

By Paul on Mar 9, 2018

By Christian on Apr 26, 2018

Very well made. I recommend this product

By Jim on May 23, 2018

Foam 75

Works fine

By Jon on Jul 3, 2014

Quality Imports Foam 75 Humidifier is rated 4.2 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings.

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Customer Questions

Approx. how often will the Foam 75 humidifier need to be re-filled with distilled water?

The Quality Imports Foam 75 Humidifier needs to be refilled every couple of weeks depending on the environment in which it is being kept it might need to be filled more frequently in drier places as opposed to more humid places like Florida.

By Larry on Jun 26, 2019

How do u fill it and what do I fill it with?

This humidifier may be filled either with distilled water or with propylene glycol, also known as our exclusive PG Potion. The PG Potion has a slightly higher viscosity, and tends to last longer in the humidifier. In order to fill the humidifier, simply place it on a flat surface, face up, and pour the solution or distilled water through the screen. Give the humidifier about 60 minutes to absorb all of the liquid, and wipe off any excess prior to placing it inside your humidor.

By genorice on Jul 2, 2012