Humidifiers increase the relative humidity indoors. This should be between 40 % and 60 %. If the air is too dry, a humidifier will help you. Find the right one for you now.

CHF 229.00
Efficient humidification with low power consumption
Top filling during operation
CHF 379.00
Efficient humidification with low power consumption
Top filling during operation
CHF 129.95
Desired humidity can be selected using hygrostat
Humidifies quietly while saving power
CHF 99.00
Ideal for nurseries and bedrooms
Humidifies quietly while saving power
CHF 199.00
Desired humidity can be selected using hygrostat
Suitable for large rooms thanks to 6-litre water tank
CHF 249.00
2 in 1: humidifier and air purifier
Filters particles and unpleasant odours from the air
CHF 119.00
Realistic-looking open fire for a feel-good atmosphere
Intense fragrancing with choice of aroma
CHF 149.00
With Wi-Fi: all functions controllable via smartphone app
Precise humidification thanks to an external humidity sensor
CHF 119.00
Humidifies quickly and efficiently using ultrasonic technology
Small footprint and yet high performance

CHF 59.00

CHF 39.00

Save CHF 20.00

Useable anywhere thanks to USB cable
Compact and handy – includes water bottle
CHF 599.00
2 in 1: humidifier and air purifier
Removes particles and pollen from the air
CHF 129.00
Germ-free humidification with vapour
Hygrostat with external sensor

Humidifier accessories

What a humidifier can do for you

The world of humidification

You want to know more? Or do you want to know more about how a humidifier can help you feel better or what different humidifier systems are available? 

On our information page about humidifying the air, we explain what the ideal air humidity is and what causes and effects too dry indoor air has. We explain that humidifiers are an optimal solution and that there are four different humidifier systems: vaporisersultrasonic nebulisersevaporators and air washers.

More about humidifying the air

4 Tips on buying a humidifier

You can measure the relative humidity in a room using a hygrometer. For measurement to be accurate, it is important for the hygrometer to be positioned correctly: set up the hygrometer on a raised surface in the middle of the room, away from windows and doors. Wait a few minutes for the sensor to adjust to the room temperature.

It is important to know how big the room in which you are going to be using the humidifier is. If the doors to other rooms are open, the area of those rooms must also be included. Room area is calculated by multiplying the length and width of the room (e.g. 5 x 6 meters = 30 m2). To get the room volume, you multiply the room area by the ceiling height (30 m2 x 2.5 meters = 75 m3). 

The room size should be doubled for minimum energy houses with controlled ventilation. 

Choose a humidifier that is recommended for at least your desired room size/area.

Water hardness is a measure of the quantity of minerals in water. The higher the percentage of those minerals, the harder the water. The device you need will depend on the hardness of your water. If you don’t know the hardness of your tab water, you can ask your local water supplier or ask us to send you a test strip Contact.

There are 4 different types of humidifier systems: evaporatorultrasonic nebuliservaporiser and air washer. The water hardness is decisive for the choice of the appropriate system. 

  • Soft water (0 ° - 4 °dH) = all systems
  • Water of medium hardness (5 ° - 13 °dH) = all humidification technologies can be recommended though in the case of ultrasonic nebulisers, the anticalc cartridge should be used
  • Hard water (from 14 °dH) = evaporators and air washers with an anticalc cartridge are recommended

Advice on buying a humidifier

Our devices efficiently humidify the air in rooms and ensure an optimal room climate and more well-being. In our video, Samuel explains how to find the perfect humidifier and which three points you should pay attention to: the size of the room, the water hardness and the choice of the right humidifier system.

The four different humidifier systems

Vaporisers heat the water in the device to a boiling point and release the resulting water steam into the room. This system is particularly suitable for allergy sufferers. 

In this system, water is converted into mist. Tiny water droplets are blown into the room by a fan and thus humidify the air. Nebuliser systems are also suitable for children's rooms because the mist is basically cold. 

This system works with the natural principle of evaporation. Evaporators are very quiet and are therefore well suited for quiet rooms such as bedrooms or offices. 

Air washers are a combination of humidifier and air purifier. The principle of humidification belongs to the category of evaporator systems. Air washers are particularly suitable for allergy sufferers. 

Maintenance and cleaning of the humidifier

To enjoy your humidifier for as long as possible, you should care for and clean it regularly. The filters must be replaced regularly and the water tank cleaned and descaled. 
Regular cleaning and maintenance of the humidifier is important to ensure its longevity. Without regular cleaning, bacteria can also accumulate in the humidifier, which are then released into the room air together with the humidity.

Descale of the humidifier

There are several ways to descale your humidifier. Watch the video to learn about 3 effective methods of removing limescale and their advantages and disadvantages. 

Cleaning the water tank

While water bases in humidifiers are usually cleaned regularly, water tanks are often forgotten. Watch the video and learn how to clean the water tank easily and quickly. All you need is a few minutes of time and a little sense of tact. 

Humidifier accessories and cleaning products

Oskar / Karl Accessory Pack
CHF 69.00

instead CHF 54.70

Save CHF 14.30

XL Accessory Pack
CHF 95.00

instead CHF 105.50

Save CHF 10.50

Hygiene Tabs
CHF 16.90
Oskar / Karl filter (16 pack)
CHF 95.00

instead CHF 99.80

Save CHF 4.80