Portable, Computer-Powered Humidifier Only Needs A Cup Of Water To Work

Portable, Computer-Powered Humidifier Only Needs A Cup Of Water To Work
Design & Architecture

The Fogring is a tiny donut-shaped gadget that features no fixed water tank, instead floating in any water-filled container.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 september 2012

Fogring‘ is a donut-shaped mini-humidifier that connects via USB or draws energy from a battery pack. It doesn’t have a filter or fixed water tank, instead it is able to float in any type of container filled with water.

The portable and lightweight gadget is great for busy travelers, easy to clean, and prevents the propagation of germs. The Fogring, which is available in a variety of colors, can also be used as an aroma diffuser. Click through to see pictures of the tiny humidifier and watch the video below to see it in action:


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