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Miro NR07G Review

This smaller humidifier is fairly quiet and one of the easiest to keep clean with parts that can all be washed with soap and water
Miro NR07G
Credit: Abriah Wofford
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Price:   $134 List | Check Price at Amazon
Pros:  Easy to clean, fairly quiet, effective in small spaces
Cons:  Expensive, requires bottle brush
Manufacturer:   Miro
By Wendy Schmitz and the BabyGearLab Review Team  ⋅  Jul 28, 2021
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  • Ease of Cleaning - 35% 8
  • Effectiveness - 35% 5
  • Noise - 20% 7
  • Ease of Use - 10% 5

The Skinny

The Miro NR07G is a unique and innovative humidifier that assembles with magnets, and all of the parts are washable with soap and water, unlike every other humidifier in this group. This humidifier has a single dial that is detached from the humidifier to control humidity levels, and you fill the unit from the top. We like how easy this option is to fill and clean, making it one of the most hygienic options we've ever seen that is also easy to use in place. Cleaning this unit requires its own brush (don't use your dish brush) but no special equipment. It is also one of the more expensive options in the group, making it a potential no-go for smaller budgets. Overall, this is a good choice for those concerned with sanitation where budget is less of a concern.

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Pros Easy to clean, fairly quiet, effective in small spacesEasier to use, effective, quietBudget-friendly, effective, easy to use, cleaning brush includedQuiet, filterless, effective, compact, multiple color optionsBaby-centric, budget-friendly, quiet, easy to clean
Cons Expensive, requires bottle brushLittle spendy, somewhat harder to cleanSomewhat louder than average, requires long handle bottle brush, filterPotential issues with motor performance and durability, light always onNot as effective, average ease of use
Bottom Line This smaller humidifier is fairly quiet and one of the easiest to keep clean with parts that can all be washed with soap and waterAn easy to use, effective, and quiet ultrasonic unit that is somewhat harder to clean than competitorsAn impressively effective budget-friendly humidifier that makes a little more noise than the average unitSleek design, basic features, quiet operation with effective humidity creationAdorable baby-centric humidifier that is quiet and easy to maintain, but it isn't very effective compared to the competition and may not meet your humidity goals
Rating Categories Miro NR07G Levoit LV600HH TaoTronics TT-AH001 Crane Drop TaoTronics TT-AH038
Ease Of Cleaning (35%)
8.0
6.0
6.0
4.0
7.0
Effectiveness (35%)
5.0
8.0
9.0
7.0
2.0
Noise (20%)
7.0
9.0
5.0
9.0
10.0
Ease Of Use (10%)
5.0
8.0
7.0
5.0
6.0
Specs Miro NR07G Levoit LV600HH TaoTronics TT-AH001 Crane Drop TaoTronics TT-AH038
Mist Type Cool Cool and Warm Cool Cool Cool
Technology Ultrasonic Ultrasonic Ultrasonic Ultrasonic Ultrasonic
Tank Capacity 1 gal 1.5 gal 1.1 gal 1 gal 0.66 gal
Visible Water Reservoir No Yes Yes No No
Room Humidification Area (Sq Ft) 600 sq ft 753 sq ft 322 sq ft 500 sq ft 269 sq ft
Max Run Time Over 24 hrs Up to 36 hrs Up to 30 hrs Up to 24 hrs Up to 30 hrs
Humidity Output Control Variable Mist Control Variable Mist Control
Humidistat
Variable Mist Control
Humidistat
Variable Mist Control Variable Mist Control
Demineralization Cartridge/Filter No No No Available for Purchase No
Night Light No No Yes No Yes
Empty Tank Auto-Shut Off Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Dimensions (BGL) 10.5"W x 16"H x 10.5"L 7.5"W x 11"H x 11.3"L 6"W x 9"H x 11.4"L 8.7"W x 13"H x 8.7"L 8.3"W x 12.2"H x 5.5"L
Empty Weight (BGL) 4.64 lbs 5.09 lbs 1.83 lbs 2.24 lbs 3.71 lbs
Max Operation Noise Level in dB (BGL) 40 db <40 db 41.7 db <40 db <40 db

Our Analysis and Test Results

Miro is a family-owned business started by an inventor dad inspired by his daughter's need for humidity and her asthma to create a humidifier that could be completely cleaned. As a dad, his goal was a safe, simple, and sanitary humidifier for children.

Performance Comparison



The Miro is unique and has more parts to clean than the competition...
The Miro is unique and has more parts to clean than the competition, but all parts can be hand washed with soap and water.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

Ease of Cleaning


This humidifier is the easiest to clean with quick disassembly. The unit holds together with magnets making it easy to take apart, and all of the parts can be washed in the sink with soap and water. It is the only option in this review that can boast this ability.


Because all of the Miro parts can be washed with soap and water, it...
Because all of the Miro parts can be washed with soap and water, it is easy to keep this product cleaner than the competition.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

The manufacturer recommends fully cleaning the unit every two to three days, and it is easiest to clean using a brush. It does have more parts than the average product, but the ease of assembly and cleaning negates how frustrating this could be.

The Miro struggles to keep up with the competition when it comes to...
The Miro struggles to keep up with the competition when it comes to humidity output with lower relative humidity in our tests than much of the competition.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

Effectiveness


The Miro isn't as effective as some of the competition; however if your space is small or you use this unit near where your child is sleeping, it could meet your needs.


The unit started with humidity levels similar to the competition, but it struggled to keep up with the competition.

The Miro creates very little white dust compared to the competition...
The Miro creates very little white dust compared to the competition even when using regular tap water.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

At 180 minutes, the room registers 83% relative humidity which is plenty for most needs, but the competition is closer to 90% in the same time period.

The Miro is fairly quiet compared to the competition with a decibel...
The Miro is fairly quiet compared to the competition with a decibel reading of around 40 dB.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

Noise


This unit is fairly quiet, with a decibel reading of around 40. This is not the quietest in the group, but it is lower than the louder options. The company offers a sound muffler for purchase if you feel it is too loud that they claim decreases the overall sound output.

Given that some folks intentionally purchase white noise makers, we suspect the low noise level we experienced during testing will be acceptable for most babies to sleep peacefully through.

The Miro looks unlike any other humidifier in the review with a...
The Miro looks unlike any other humidifier in the review with a bowl-shaped appearance.
Credit: Abriah Wofford

Ease of Use


This product is the only one in the review with a control knob that is not directly attached to the unit but connects off to the side. It is the only part you do not wash.


The single knob works well and is simple, but there is no opportunity to set humidity level goals or shut off timers.

The Miro is fillable by removing the top and pouring water into the...
The Miro has more parts than any other product we tested.

This unit has a quick setup despite having more parts than the average product as it connects using magnets. This could be a big boon to anyone with arthritis or any other limitations in hand dexterity. It refills from the top, and the water is essentially held in an open bowl, making it easy to refill in place using an external pitcher.

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Wendy Schmitz and the BabyGearLab Review Team