Strange things. Stink Lamp by Muji

When I was in Japan, one day I found myself in a large shopping center (there are many of them) in the middle of various insanely beautiful and at the same time simple things. There were cases for school supplies made of wood, strict in appearance and incredibly practical, ordinary pens and pencils, clothes and electronics, a simple white card reader, for example, as if made specifically for users of Apple products, and much more. The store was called Muji, and all the things in it were distinguished by some special simplicity and practicality, and there were almost no inscriptions on them. There was even no branding as such, that is, if it was a pencil, then it was unnamed, a card reader as well, and everything else.

Later I found their European site where you can view the products and order them, but that's not about that now. Muji somehow reminded me of an Ikea store, everything there, as a rule, is very simple and relatively inexpensive (although sometimes), but the Japanese look at simple household goods turned out to be closer to me, so I picked up all sorts of small things there, about one of which I want to tell you.

"Stink lamp", or air humidifier

Probably, some of the readers are familiar with such a household climate device as a humidifier. At home, they are usually used in winter, when the humidity in the room is below normal due to heating (the norm is about 45-50%) in order to increase it and make staying indoors more comfortable and familiar. There are several types of humidifiers, each with their own pros and cons. Cold humidifiers may not always be effective, steam ones use too much energy, and ultrasonic humidifiers, which are considered the most effective, leave a white coating on objects if plain tap water is used in them. Sometimes humidifiers are used not only to increase the level of humidity in the room, but also to flavor the air. And if you go further, then you can make not a humidifier, but more of an air flavor with its light humidification. This is exactly what compact humidifiers are needed for, for example, from Muji.

Muji Aroma Diffuser

I don't know how to translate this into Russian more correctly, perhaps an electric aroma lamp will do. This thing works on the principle of an ultrasonic humidifier, just a couple of drops of aromatic oil are added to the container along with water. A measuring cup is included with the lamp, the divisions are also applied to the outside of the container where water is poured. It is supposed to use up to 100 ml of water.

The lamp can work for 3 hours, 2, 1 or 30 minutes. Depending on the selected mode, the intensity of humidification also changes slightly, but if you use, say, the “3 hours” mode, then at the end of the lamp, there is still enough water in the tank for reuse.

Everyone chooses the number of drops of oil for himself, I usually put 2-3 drops in water, Free classifieds in Imara Daima the smell in the room is barely noticeable, I think if you pour 10 drops into the lamp, then it can justify the title of "stink lamp" more effectively.

During operation, there is a slight background noise, you can evaluate its level on the video. To my ears, the noise is barely noticeable, and personally it doesn’t bother me in any way, you can turn on the lamp before going to bed and leave it.

Aesthetic side of the issue

In addition to the function of humidifying the air (not the most effective due to its size and power), as well as its aromatization, the lamp from Muji also performs the function of decorating the house. The lamp is small, in size it can be compared with a column for a desktop computer or a pot for a small flower. The shape is a cylinder with a height of 139 mm and a radius of 39 mm. The lamp is made of white matte plastic. The casing that hides the water tank is the main part, it can be removed and attached in seconds, without any difficulties.

Keys for selecting the humidification time mode and backlight level are located at the bottom. There are also four green LEDs here, during the operation of the lamp one is on, with the selected time.

The backlight function can be used with or without the humidification mode turned on. That is, Muji Aroma Diffuser can be just a beautiful lamp with two brightness options, strong and weak. It is difficult to convey in the photo how it really looks, but it really looks impressive and beautiful.

Conclusion

Such a thing costs 45 pounds in the European Muji store, in rubles it is about 2,100 rubles, the store also delivers goods to Russia. Initially, I bought this thing because when I saw it on the shelf in working order, I immediately liked its appearance. Luminous something with a thin stream of air - spectacular, beautiful, I would even say, bewitching. Well, now I understand that it was not in vain that I bought this toy, it turned out to be really useful, and even beautiful.

Strange things. Stink Lamp by Muji

When I was in Japan, one day I found myself in a large shopping center (there are many of them) in the middle of various insanely beautiful and at the same time simple things. There were cases for school supplies made of wood, strict in appearance and incredibly practical, ordinary pens and pencils, clothes and electronics, a simple white card reader, for example, as if made specifically for users of Apple products, and much more. The store was called Muji, and all the things in it were distinguished by some special simplicity and practicality, and there were almost no inscriptions on them. There was even no branding as such, that is, if it was a pencil, then it was unnamed, a card reader as well, and everything else.

Later I found their European site where you can view the products and order them, but that's not about that now. Muji somehow reminded me of an Ikea store, everything there, as a rule, is very simple and relatively inexpensive (although sometimes), but the Japanese look at simple household goods turned out to be closer to me, so I picked up all sorts of small things there, about one of which I want to tell you.

"Stink lamp", or air humidifier

Probably, some of the readers are familiar with such a household climate device as a humidifier. At home, they are usually used in winter, when the humidity in the room is below normal due to heating (the norm is about 45-50%) in order to increase it and make staying indoors more comfortable and familiar. There are several types of humidifiers, each with their own pros and cons. Cold humidifiers may not always be effective, steam ones use too much energy, and ultrasonic humidifiers, which are considered the most effective, leave a white coating on objects if plain tap water is used in them. Sometimes humidifiers are used not only to increase the level of humidity in the room, but also to flavor the air. And if you go further, then you can make not a humidifier, but more of an air flavor with its light humidification. This is exactly what compact humidifiers are needed for, for example, from Muji.

Muji Aroma Diffuser

I don't know how to translate this into Russian more correctly, perhaps an electric aroma lamp will do. This thing works on the principle of an ultrasonic humidifier, just a couple of drops of aromatic oil are added to the container along with water. A measuring cup is included with the lamp, the divisions are also applied to the outside of the container where water is poured. It is supposed to use up to 100 ml of water.

The lamp can work for 3 hours, 2, 1 or 30 minutes. Depending on the selected mode, the intensity of humidification also changes slightly, but if you use, say, the “3 hours” mode, then at the end of the lamp, there is still enough water in the tank for reuse.

Everyone chooses the number of drops of oil for himself, I usually put 2-3 drops in water, Free classifieds in Imara Daima the smell in the room is barely noticeable, I think if you pour 10 drops into the lamp, then it can justify the title of "stink lamp" more effectively.

During operation, there is a slight background noise, you can evaluate its level on the video. To my ears, the noise is barely noticeable, and personally it doesn’t bother me in any way, you can turn on the lamp before going to bed and leave it.

Aesthetic side of the issue

In addition to the function of humidifying the air (not the most effective due to its size and power), as well as its aromatization, the lamp from Muji also performs the function of decorating the house. The lamp is small, in size it can be compared with a column for a desktop computer or a pot for a small flower. The shape is a cylinder with a height of 139 mm and a radius of 39 mm. The lamp is made of white matte plastic. The casing that hides the water tank is the main part, it can be removed and attached in seconds, without any difficulties.

Keys for selecting the humidification time mode and backlight level are located at the bottom. There are also four green LEDs here, during the operation of the lamp one is on, with the selected time.

The backlight function can be used with or without the humidification mode turned on. That is, Muji Aroma Diffuser can be just a beautiful lamp with two brightness options, strong and weak. It is difficult to convey in the photo how it really looks, but it really looks impressive and beautiful.

Conclusion

Such a thing costs 45 pounds in the European Muji store, in rubles it is about 2,100 rubles, the store also delivers goods to Russia. Initially, I bought this thing because when I saw it on the shelf in working order, I immediately liked its appearance. Luminous something with a thin stream of air - spectacular, beautiful, I would even say, bewitching. Well, now I understand that it was not in vain that I bought this toy, it turned out to be really useful, and even beautiful.

Strange things. Stink Lamp by Muji

When I was in Japan, one day I found myself in a large shopping center (there are many of them) in the middle of various insanely beautiful and at the same time simple things. There were cases for school supplies made of wood, strict in appearance and incredibly practical, ordinary pens and pencils, clothes and electronics, a simple white card reader, for example, as if made specifically for users of Apple products, and much more. The store was called Muji, and all the things in it were distinguished by some special simplicity and practicality, and there were almost no inscriptions on them. There was even no branding as such, that is, if it was a pencil, then it was unnamed, a card reader as well, and everything else.

Later I found their European site where you can view the products and order them, but that's not about that now. Muji somehow reminded me of an Ikea store, everything there, as a rule, is very simple and relatively inexpensive (although sometimes), but the Japanese look at simple household goods turned out to be closer to me, so I picked up all sorts of small things there, about one of which I want to tell you.

"Stink lamp", or air humidifier

Probably, some of the readers are familiar with such a household climate device as a humidifier. At home, they are usually used in winter, when the humidity in the room is below normal due to heating (the norm is about 45-50%) in order to increase it and make staying indoors more comfortable and familiar. There are several types of humidifiers, each with their own pros and cons. Cold humidifiers may not always be effective, steam ones use too much energy, and ultrasonic humidifiers, which are considered the most effective, leave a white coating on objects if plain tap water is used in them. Sometimes humidifiers are used not only to increase the level of humidity in the room, but also to flavor the air. And if you go further, then you can make not a humidifier, but more of an air flavor with its light humidification. This is exactly what compact humidifiers are needed for, for example, from Muji.

Muji Aroma Diffuser

I don't know how to translate this into Russian more correctly, perhaps an electric aroma lamp will do. This thing works on the principle of an ultrasonic humidifier, just a couple of drops of aromatic oil are added to the container along with water. A measuring cup is included with the lamp, the divisions are also applied to the outside of the container where water is poured. It is supposed to use up to 100 ml of water.

The lamp can work for 3 hours, 2, 1 or 30 minutes. Depending on the selected mode, the intensity of humidification also changes slightly, but if you use, say, the “3 hours” mode, then at the end of the lamp, there is still enough water in the tank for reuse.

Everyone chooses the number of drops of oil for himself, I usually put 2-3 drops in water, Free classifieds in Imara Daima the smell in the room is barely noticeable, I think if you pour 10 drops into the lamp, then it can justify the title of "stink lamp" more effectively.

During operation, there is a slight background noise, you can evaluate its level on the video. To my ears, the noise is barely noticeable, and personally it doesn’t bother me in any way, you can turn on the lamp before going to bed and leave it.

Aesthetic side of the issue

In addition to the function of humidifying the air (not the most effective due to its size and power), as well as its aromatization, the lamp from Muji also performs the function of decorating the house. The lamp is small, in size it can be compared with a column for a desktop computer or a pot for a small flower. The shape is a cylinder with a height of 139 mm and a radius of 39 mm. The lamp is made of white matte plastic. The casing that hides the water tank is the main part, it can be removed and attached in seconds, without any difficulties.

Keys for selecting the humidification time mode and backlight level are located at the bottom. There are also four green LEDs here, during the operation of the lamp one is on, with the selected time.

When I was in Japan, one day I found myself in a large shopping center (there are many of them) in the middle of various insanely beautiful and at the same time simple things. There were cases for school supplies made of wood, strict in appearance and incredibly practical, ordinary pens and pencils, clothes and electronics, a simple white card reader, for example, as if made specifically for users of Apple products, and much more. The store was called Muji, and all the things in it were distinguished by some special simplicity and practicality, and there were almost no inscriptions on them. There was even no branding as such, that is, if it was a pencil, then it was unnamed, a card reader as well, and everything else.

Later I found their European site where you can view the products and order them, but that's not about that now. Muji somehow reminded me of an Ikea store, everything there, as a rule, is very simple and relatively inexpensive (although sometimes), but the Japanese look at simple household goods turned out to be closer to me, so I picked up all sorts of small things there, about one of which I want to tell you.

"Stink lamp", or air humidifier

Probably, some of the readers are familiar with such a household climate device as a humidifier. At home, they are usually used in winter, when the humidity in the room is below normal due to heating (the norm is about 45-50%) in order to increase it and make staying indoors more comfortable and familiar. There are several types of humidifiers, each with their own pros and cons. Cold humidifiers may not always be effective, steam ones use too much energy, and ultrasonic humidifiers, which are considered the most effective, leave a white coating on objects if plain tap water is used in them. Sometimes humidifiers are used not only to increase the level of humidity in the room, but also to flavor the air. And if you go further, then you can make not a humidifier, but more of an air flavor with its light humidification. This is exactly what compact humidifiers are needed for, for example, from Muji.

Muji Aroma Diffuser

I don't know how to translate this into Russian more correctly, perhaps an electric aroma lamp will do. This thing works on the principle of an ultrasonic humidifier, just a couple of drops of aromatic oil are added to the container along with water. A measuring cup is included with the lamp, the divisions are also applied to the outside of the container where water is poured. It is supposed to use up to 100 ml of water.

The lamp can work for 3 hours, 2, 1 or 30 minutes. Depending on the selected mode, the intensity of humidification also changes slightly, but if you use, say, the “3 hours” mode, then at the end of the lamp, there is still enough water in the tank for reuse.

Everyone chooses the number of drops of oil for himself, I usually put 2-3 drops into the water, Free classifieds in Imara Daima the aroma in the room is barely noticeable, I think if you pour 10 drops into the lamp, it can justify the title « stink lamps" more effectively.

Everyone chooses the number of drops of oil for himself, I usually put 2-3 drops into the water, Free classifieds in Imara Daima Free classifieds in Imara Daima the aroma in the room is barely noticeable, I think if you pour 10 drops into the lamp, then it can justify the title of "stink lamp" more effectively.

During operation, there is a slight background noise, you can evaluate its level on the video. To my ears, the noise is barely noticeable, and personally it doesn’t bother me in any way, you can turn on the lamp before going to bed and leave it.

Aesthetic side of the issue

In addition to the function of humidifying the air (not the most effective due to its size and power), as well as its aromatization, the lamp from Muji also performs the function of decorating the house. The lamp is small, in size it can be compared with a column for a desktop computer or a pot for a small flower. The shape is a cylinder with a height of 139 mm and a radius of 39 mm. The lamp is made of white matte plastic. The casing that hides the water tank is the main part, it can be removed and attached in seconds, without any difficulties.

Keys for selecting the humidification time mode and backlight level are located at the bottom. There are also four green LEDs here, during the operation of the lamp one is on, with the selected time.

The backlight function can be used with or without the humidification mode turned on. That is, Muji Aroma Diffuser can be just a beautiful lamp with two brightness options, strong and weak. It is difficult to convey in the photo how it really looks, but it really looks impressive and beautiful.

Conclusion

Such a thing costs 45 pounds in the European Muji store, in rubles it is about 2,100 rubles, the store also delivers goods to Russia. Initially, I bought this thing because when I saw it on the shelf in working condition, I immediately liked its appearance. Luminous something with a thin stream of air - spectacular, beautiful, I would even say, bewitching. Well, now I understand that it was not in vain that I bought this toy, it turned out to be really useful, and even beautiful.