The mini mister comes complete with a transformer and includes a low water level cut-out. It adds a touch of mystery to any water feature or garden. In deeper water, a float can be used to maintain the correct depth of water, to ensure maximum performance from the mister. Ceramic membranes can easily be exchanged, having a life span of approximately five thousand working hours - dependant on the quality of the water.
Dimensions:45mm dia,45mm high24v ac 1.2 amp10m cable
Water usage 80mlphSUITABLE FOR OUTDOORS and INDOORS with the use of a DriBox. Click here to view our range of DriBoxes Like all our Misters the mist motor should be immersed to a minimum depth of 45mm. If the sensor on the motor comes above water level the mist motor will cease to operate. The unit will operate in depths between 5 - 30mm (of water above membrane). Water temperature should be between 5 - 35 deg. C but unit works more efficiently when water temperature and room temperature are the same.
"A good quality product, was perfect for its intended purpose so felt satisfied all round."
Reviewed Friday, 4 November 2016
"Excellent service, would use this company again."
Reviewed Thursday, 17 September 2015
"Not used it yet"
Reviewed Sunday, 10 May 2015
Reviewed Sunday, 9 November 2014
"works very well"
Reviewed Thursday, 9 October 2014
"Although the product was out of stock we were kept informed of expected delivery date and then order was received earlier than expected. Excellent customer service."
Reviewed Wednesday, 6 August 2014
"Mini Mister Colour Changing was only just in the box not been packed proper, other than that alright."
Reviewed Sunday, 13 April 2014
"I absolutely love this!! It looks amazing in the evenings. Loved it so much I bought another one for my daughter"
Reviewed Tuesday, 25 March 2014
"Very pleased with the product and reasonably priced"
Reviewed Thursday, 6 March 2014
"Was expecting a bit better. When I watched the video there was so much more smoke than what I managed to get get. Could be just me."
Reviewed Wednesday, 5 March 2014