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This smart humidifier wants to help you breathe easier this winter

Evapolar's evaWAVE humidifier keeps your home's humidity at an optimum level while purifying the air, and you can control it all from your smartphone. Ah, December — 'tis the season for holiday cheer, twinkly lights, and warm beverages that heavily feature marshmallows. Unfortunately for some of us, that also means that it's the time of year for dry painful sinuses and scratchy throats.
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