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Genuine Dampit Humidifier

4.1 from 7 reviews
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Violin 3/4-4/4
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£17.59
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Description

Long established and best known humidifying aid. Made in USA.

A perforated rubber hose containing a water absorbing sponge core. The hose is inserted through a soundhole when the instrument is not in use. A humidity level card is used to indicate when the Dampit should be used.Use in conjunction with an electronic hygrometer for maximum benefit


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Antonieta
04/04/2011 09:33
Coimbra, Portugal

Keen Amateur

One of the best way to keep your instrument safe.
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: It does help to keep my violin safe and give a warmer sound. It is very easy to use. I'm glad my teacher advised me about it.

Cons: Right now the only thing I don't like is the humidity card that comes with it, which is not very correct and sometime misleading.

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mr chris long
20/02/2011 14:33
reading, United Kingdom

Beginner

Effective humidifier
2 out of 3 found the following review helpful

Pros: I had a totally unproven (as far as I know) theory that gut strings didn't squeak so much in damp weather. I thought a humidifier would help, especially now we've got central heating to contend with as well. I think it's working but that's just a subjective opinion. The humidity indicator that came it shows that it's needed.

Cons: It needs a lot of soaking but that's more to do with the central heating. Anyway, it shows how dry the atmosphere in the house is at this time of year.

Other: I had actually got the violin one for my mandolin and a bigger one for the viola. I found that the viola one fitted the mandolin better and the violin one fitted my viola (it's got quite narrow f-holes).

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Sandy
15/02/2011 17:47
London, United Kingdom

Teacher

String Zone - no strings attached service
1 out of 1 found the following review helpful

Pros: easy to use, immediate indicator, last a long time

Cons: constantly have to re-dampen in the dry air heating during the winter

Other: String Zone is a great and convenient source, they are quick and no shipping is a bonus. ALso the point system is a plus.

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Clara
27/07/2015 13:42
Southend on Sea, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

Didn't fit a 3/4 violin!

Pros: It's a great product in theory but it didn't fit into the f hole of a 3/4 size viiolin, although meant to fit 3/4 to 4/4 sizes.

Cons: It didn't fit a 3/4 size violin.

Other: Need to offer a smaller option.

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MS ROSIE LYON
02/07/2014 21:19
Lancaster, United Kingdom

Beginner

Too early to say

Pros: Easy to use

Cons: Don't like it dangling around in cello.

Other: Hard to assess its effectiveness. I'm experimenting with things that can affect the tone and it may be that my room is humid enough anyway. Perhaps I should've got a hygrometer first....??

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Brian
23/04/2012 12:04
Hitchin, United Kingdom

Keen Amateur

Does what it says on the tin.
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: Easy to use and fit and it did make a difference

Cons: Nothing

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Alberto
04/03/2012 15:13
Collado Mediano, Spain

Beginner

works as described
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful

Pros: works as described

Cons: no cons

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