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Serene House Scentilizer Donut

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Scentilizer Donut Specifications

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small bottom hand
10.6"
3.7"
the scentilizer donut weighs 5.9 pounds

5.9

remote control included

Editorial Review

If only the Serene House Scentilizer Donut could give your own serene house the lovely smell of freshly cooked donuts that wafts out of Krispy Kreme shops at all hours of the morning, it would revolutionize the entire field of aromatherapy. Alas, the Scentilizer Donut doesn't actually smell like a donut. It just looks like one. But while it can't replicate the luscious scent of baked goods, it can diffuse the aroma of essential oils extracted from sweetly odoriferous plants from around the world. Serene House gives their aromas advertiser-friendly names like Happy Day and Forest Breeze, but we're sure they smell almost as good as freshly cooked donuts, maybe even better if you're not feeling hungry. Whether Happy Day will actually give you a happy day is an open question, but it will doubtlessly give you a day that smells like it should be happy.

The Scentilizer Donut is actually a bowl with a donut ring around the rim. When the bowl is filled with water, it will atomize that water using ultrasound to humidify the room the donut is placed in and, if you add aromatic oils to the water, will spread their aroma around with the humidity. But that's not all it will do. It also contains rotating LED mood lights that will illuminate your dimly lit room with soothing colors and it will play music that matches your mood, all controlled by a remote that can be used to tell the Donut what kind of mood you're in, at least in terms of color and music. (At least one reviewer has compared the Donut to a lava lamp, but lava lamps don't play music or smell like happy days.) You can listen to the music that's preprogrammed into the Donut's playlist or plug it into your own digital music or CD player to personalize the selection.

For a variation on the Donut that doesn't play music but that can be washed in your sink to stay clean, check out the Miro CleanPot. Or for an aromatic humifier that uses a nebulizer rather than ultrasound to fill your room with microscopic drops of water, look at the Smiley Daisy Gardenia. Neither will give you the smell of donuts, though.

Serene House Scentilizer Donut | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 4

Scentilizer Donut Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

It is so cool, works great, looks interesting, and i like the option of hearing the built in music or you can plug in your own music.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

We like the simplicity of the Donut's design - it's a chic compliment to any modern space.

Tom's Guide
apartmenttherapy.com
Inclination

I really like this diffuser but you have to wash every time you use it.

Tom's Guide
bedbathandbeyond.com
Inclination

The fill line is also the same color as the background color, which makes it impossible to see.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com