We’re taking a look at the Stadler Form William ultrasonic humidifier. Along with a human name, Stadler Form gives their products “personalities” to impart a bit more style and class. William is said to be “extremely quiet and powerful” as well as a player “in the highest league of craftsmanship and beauty”. Read our along to see how well he lives up to his pedigree!
Stadler Form certainly has stacked the odds in William’s favor. Touring the unit, for performance it offers low power consumption but can cover up to 1,000 sq. ft. Most of us rely on nighttime use of our humidifiers so William comes equipped with features like a night mode that dims the display as well as a timer. When it comes to convenience, he automatically maintains the preset humidity level and has an automatic shut off.
Ultrasonic humidifiers are different from “normal” humidifiers. Normal humidifiers boil water to create steam which is disbursed into the air. Ultrasonic humidifiers have a vibrating plate to create an extremely fine mist (one micrometer in diameter). A primary concern with the ultrasonic variety is that they don’t inherently prevent bacteria growth or prevent impurities in the water from entering the air. William however comes equipped with a filter to reduce the most common impurities and bacteria. More to the point, Stadler Form includes the Ionic Silver Cube with each unit. The Ionic Silver Cube inhibits germ and bacteria growth without negatively impacting water taste or quality.
Enough of the inside, what about the outside? Stadler Form has gone all out to convey that William is a premium product with quality to match. The front is a high-gloss black with a bright, high-contrast display. Buttons are satisfying to press and make the humidifier super easy to use.
The back of the unit features a smoked water tank so that you can visually check to see how full (or empty) the humidifier is. It’s a nice feature that saves time and eliminates trips to check water levels.
We took William down to our warehouse testing area and ran him through his paces. As far as humidifiers go, he kept up with the best. On the highest setting William can guzzle up to 3.5 gallons of water a day. This is great, except for the fact that his tank only holds 1.5 gallons at a time and therefore requires frequent refills. We chose to forgive this based on the fact that it can cover up to 1,000 sq. ft.
When it comes to smaller areas, William was very quiet when on lower settings and automatically maintained relative humidity thanks to the build-in hygrometer. William outputs a very fine mist due to it being an ultrasonic humidifier that was pleasant and not “heavy.”
All and all, Stadler Forms delivers a practical, functional and attractive humidifier packing in as much value as possible. It covers a large amount of space with a fine mist to help those with allergies or suffer from extra dry air.