Get FREE SHIPPING on orders over $50

Honeywell Cool Moisture Console Humidifier

Honeywell Cool Moisture Console Humidifier

Soothing invisible moisture for multi-room dry air relief


3 Year Limited Warranty
Room Size: 

*This unit is being replaced by the Honeywell HEV680 Removable Top Fill Console Humidifier

Soothing invisible moisture for multi-room dry air relief


  • Adjustable humidistat automatically turns humidifier on and off to maintain set humidity levels
  • 3 speed settings to adjust moisture output and sound level
  •  “Humidity Reached” and “Tank Empty” indicator lights
  • Two water tanks with large openings are easy to fill and clean
  • Wicking filter removes impurities from water reducing white dust and providing clean moisture output
  • Available in white and black


  • Evaporative humidification technology
  • Designed for extra large or multi-rooms
  • Runs up to 24 hours per filling on low setting
  • 3 gallon capacity (1.5 gallons each tank)
  • 3 year limited warranty
  • HC-14 series replacement Filter E (One wicking filter included with humidifier)



You can check your relative humidity level using a device called a hygrometer.
It is not recommended because the humidifier may not be able to raise the relative humidity levels in an area larger than recommended to an adequate level.
A comfortable everyday humidity level should be between 40-60%.
It is recommended that you clean your humidifier weekly.
For responsible recycling, please visit
This type of humidifier is an evaporative type and the moisture put out by this unit cannot be seen or felt.
When a humidifier is used infrequently, in very dry places or for the first time in a season, it can take quite a while for the humidity level in the room/space to rise. The reason for this is that everything in the room (walls, furniture, floors, etc) is dried out and will suck up any moisture that is in the air. Only once these things are saturated will the humidity level start to rise in the air. If you have dry heat or can't get the level to rise, it is best to let the unit run constantly on a high setting, until the moisture starts to build up. If the unit is only run sometimes, each time you turn it on it will have to work to saturate the walls and furniture again, before humidifying the room.
Because of the size of the cap and the threading, it is common to get it cross-threaded, which would cause leaking.
There are only 2 common things that would cause this to happen. First, make sure when the tanks are placed onto the base that they are sitting flush and one is not sitting or leaking on or against the other. Secondly, when the cap is screwed onto the tank, make sure it is not being screwed on too tight.