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[Walmart] Honeywell Whole House Humidifier HE280 $80 and Honeywell He360A $100

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[Walmart] Honeywell Whole House Humidifier HE280 $80 and Honeywell He360A $100

These two seem to be a good price they are priced $239 and $259 at Home Depot
but they seem to use a lot of water from what I hear

https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/honeywell- ... 0189709713
https://www.walmart.ca/en/ip/honeywell- ... 0189709716
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This is also on clearance at Amazon so I suspect its being discontinued. I bought one anyway but it a 2 month wait for delivery which is fine I don't need it until the fall anyway. I'm on a well so I dont care about water consumption
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ordered the HE250! will get mine end of this week! Thanks OP!

i'm going to cancel my amazon's HE360 order, since the expecting shipping is Sept 9 to October.....ridiculous....
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Am I current to assume these are only good if you have duct work? We are on hot water boilers which I love but a negative is there’s no great way to boost the humidity without an independent humidifier. Unless there’s something I’m not aware of.
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yellowmp5 wrote: ordered the HE250! will get mine end of this week! Thanks OP!

i'm going to cancel my amazon's HE360 order, since the expecting shipping is Sept 9 to October.....ridiculous....
You probably won't use it before then anyway...
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Bought one even thought these Honeywells are crap... if I can get a few winters out of it and maybe modify the water flow to reduce wastage, it might be worth it.
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I know it's more expensive but why people just not go with steam humidifier
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These things are garbage. Mine lasted less than a year.
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+1
Im also using a boiler and it’s a great system.

Have the independent humidifier system and works well just have to do the weekly refill of water.

I was going to go with the Aprilaire 800 central humidors but the installation company was too late and my drywall had to installed to keep in track with my Reno.

This is the only option we had at that time and reviews were ok for the system.

Cheers!

Shaynelle wrote: Am I current to assume these are only good if you have duct work? We are on hot water boilers which I love but a negative is there’s no great way to boost the humidity without an independent humidifier. Unless there’s something I’m not aware of.
Thread started in 2016 - 1927 fully gutted and renovated 2 storey detached home in the big T.O. - small projects still in progress.

RFD priceless!
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JoHnnY299 wrote: damn missed it OOS
I have an extra brand new HE280 as I bought the HE360. Will sell at cost ($80+tax) if you are interested.
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anhtuan wrote: These things are garbage. Mine lasted less than a year.
Works fine for me, had it for 1.5 years now ... I got it hooked up with the thermostat that controls the heat in my house so it only turns on when the heat is on and then is off otherwise.
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These seem to be flow through design, vs drum type. A few colleagues of mine have complained these just could not get the humidity up where they wanted in the dead of winter( southern Ontario, houses less than 10 years old). I have heard the drum type give you more capacity, but even with a drum I struggled to keep my house at desired levels(2006 build, with HRV).

How is the maintenance on flow through? My drum humidifier was always a crusty mess by fall( with a softener!)

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