Wood Nebulizing Diffuser - REPLACEMENT PARTS

Replacement parts for our top-of-the-line Professional Cold-Air Nebulizers, made by Synergy Essentials®, of Colorado. Quiet, high-output diffusers will meet your aromatherapy needs for years to come.

Note: If a part says (Round), it will only work for the Round Base Wood Nebulizing Diffuser; if it says (Geo), it will only work with the Geometric Base Wood Nebulizing Diffuser. "Silencer" refers to just the silencer glass piece on the top of the unit, "Bulb" refers to the larger piece that sits below the silencer and on top of the wood base.

Grouped product items
Product Name Qty
Round Base (Raw)
$32.99
Out of stock
Round Base (Stained)
$32.99
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Geometric Base
$32.99
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Silencer (Round)
$5.00
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Silencer (Geo)
$5.00
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Bulb (Round)
$20.00
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Bulb (Geo)
$20.00
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Power Cord
$5.00
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Description

Notes on Nebulizing Diffusers

We've used other nebulizing diffusers, and here's why we like this one best:

The natural wood base is absolutely lovely; it has a more 'organic' feel than metal or plastic units, and the wood contributes to the quietness of the already quiet pump. The pump is completely integrated into the base, rather than a 'fish tank pump' attached to a piece of hose and then to the glass ~ much more elegant. The glass is easier to clean than other similar units due to the wide-mouth top, and it has been much easier for us to offer customer support, as there really has been very little needed! And while some units have a 'built-in timer', those timers only have one cycle. If you wanted to run it for a shorter or longer period, you couldn't. And now that this is on sale, a fully programmable timer can be matched with this diffuser for about the same price as similar diffuser models.

Diffusing essential oils has been shown to significantly reduce the bacterial count in the air around you.

Research published in the April 2009 ""Letters in Applied Microbiology"" noted diffusing a simple blend of lemongrass and geranium essential oils resulted in an 89% reduction in the airborne bacterial count in an office environment. The essential oil vapors were reported to also inhibit the growth of bacteria on surfaces as well. (To produce this blend yourself, we recommend equal parts of the ""citral"" type lemongrass and the Egyptian geranium ""asperum"" type). While we're not fanatics, we do run this diffuser regularly throughout the ""cold and flu"" season with, what we believe to be, wonderful results.