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The Aromis Glass Nebulizing Diffuser is one of a small handful of wood and glass models. The wood and glass diffusers are some of the most lovely out there and have the added benefit of being among the most therapeutic types of diffusers. Like all glass nebulizers, no heat is required, and like all, there is a motor that drives the process. The hum of the motor is the most oft-cited disadvantage of this type of diffuser. For me, the hum on a low to moderate setting is not that annoying. And remember, you will only be running this for 10 minutes 3 or 4 times a day.
This model takes pure essential oil only, and you must not use a thick oil or one that has been cut with carrier oil. The advantage of choosing an Aromis diffuser is that there are several different combinations of wood and glass available so you can find one to suit your tastes and/or decor. Bases come in dark or light wood and you can choose models with timers or no timers. The timer units run for 3 cycles of 10 minutes on, 20 minutes off and then shut off. The timer is an optional upgrade and has run times of 1,4,8 or 12 hours.
Pros: nebulizes pure oils into a fine mist, attractive, relatively easy to clean, mix and match wood/glass styles
Cons: glass can be fragile, some noise
Bases come in light or dark wood, and there are four glass chamber styles which means a total of 16 unique combinations.