Vicks V-610E Warm Mist Humidifier Reviews
Product Type: Vicks baby products
Description:Brand: Vicks / Type: Air moisture replacement device to alleviate the symptoms of cold and flu / Features: Variable humidity output / Automatic shut off / 12 hour operation per filling
Newest Review: ... the blood vessels in the nostrils and nasal cavity which can help, also Vicks is very useful as a decongestant for the ... more
Customer Vicks V-610E Warm Mist Humidifier Reviews (5)
by - written on 10/04/13, updated on 10/04/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
In desperation after spending most of the winter suffering from various lurgies that turned into chest infections for me, and irritating coughs and sniffles for my daughter, I bought one of these. Initially cost was the main driving force but when I researched a humidifier I also took into account tank size and ease of refilling. My daughter and I still co-sleep and when we have colds etc we often wake each other up with snot or coughing etc so this seemed to do the job at a good price. The product comes in a card box with good instructions. It is very easy to set up and go. The tank part just lifts off and there is a large screw top that you remove to fill it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/13 (Very useful, 81 readings)
My son has been very congested since he was born, especially at night, this is when it seemed worst, but it may be because it is quiet and I can really hear him breathing noisily more! After searching on the internet about his symptoms, quite a few people had found a humidifier helped their baby, so I purchased this one off Amazon, and this has been a brilliant buy, not just for my baby, but for me and my partner too! I paid £35 for this off Amazon,and I am pleased with it, although I think it was expensive for what it is. I think £25 would have been a much better price. When it arrived I was really surprised at how big and bulky it was. I thought it would be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/11 (Very useful, 392 readings)
Apparently a baby catches on average between 6 and 10 colds in their first year- luckily for us I don't think my son was quite as unfortunate to get 10 of them but he did have his fair share and after a few snotty episodes, I found myself looking into what there was out there that could help alleviate the symptoms. The options for babies are somewhat limited as obviously their little systems can't cope with stronger medications, so you're then left with using calpol, various smelly vapour based products and humidifiers. A humidifier, as I discovered, is an electrical device which increases the level of moisture in the air- this helps to keep the mucus membranes in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/13 (Useful, 22 readings)
I suffer with terrible sinus problems. I had a lot of investigations into their origin and it was found I have an oversympathetic autonomic response system so I overreact to environmental stimuli - namely weather or air con! This has had an impact on my quality of life as I am in a lot of pain so I have shopped around to try different remedies and gadgets to try and ease the pain when I have a bad episode. I heard that warm steam can help as can increase the blood vessels in the nostrils and nasal cavity which can help, also Vicks is very useful as a decongestant for the sinuses and nose. I purchased this from Argos, for £30. The unit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/12 (Useful, 147 readings)
Our little boy must have only been about 2 months old when he got his first cold and because he was so young there was very little we could do for him. We were advised by the Health visitor to sit in the bathroom with the hot water tap running as the steam would help. After having tried this as soon as I got home (desperate to help my poor little boy and to get some peace). I soon realised that it may take some hours to get the steam she was talking about and also that as we have a water meter it may also be an expensive way of easing his discomfort. Nevertheless it was worth it for our little boy. So after sitting in the bathroom for what seemed like half a day I ... Read the complete review
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