#Honeywell HEV680 Easy-Care Top Fill Cool Moisture Console Humidifier Giveaway

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Welcome to the Night Helper’s Honeywell HEV680 Easy-Care top fill cool moisture console humidifier giveaway! If you haven’t read the review yet you can read it———– here.

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The giveaway will be a short one as we would like the possibility of the winner receiving their humidifier before the Holidays if possible.

So the giveaway will run from today 12/12-12/17 12:00am est.

You must be 18yrs+ and a resident of the US

Enter on the widget for a chance to Win!

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2 Comments

  1. I seem to have unknown sinus/airway problems with a very dry throat at night that also results in being sore in the morning. Of course it gets worse in the winter with the use of heat in the house that dries everything out. This would provide relief!

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