ging to fight with, yay!) Inside you find the diffuser itself, an accessories box including the power adapter (with 3-4 foot cord) and filling jug, an illustrated Welcome Guide, and the usual Anker "Happy? / Not Happy?" feedback card. The diffuser consists of three parts: the base/reservoir, lid, and the dome-shaped cover. The sides of the reservoir are marked with measurements in mL, as is the small filling jug, ensuring that you don't overfill it.
By this point, I had encountered two minor issues that weren't real problems but left me scratching my head all the same. First, the instructions clearly state to fill the reservoir and then connect the power cord to the bottom of the unit. See the issue? Deviate slightly from the as-written instructions by plugging it up before filling and things go a bit more smoothly. Second, each button press is accompanied by a loud electronic beep that seems wholly out of place on a product offering soothing vapors and soothing lighting. That shrill beep kind of spoils the chill mood - fortunately, once the lights and mist are set the unit is pretty quiet.
As mentioned earlier, the diffuser will automatically shut off if it runs dry. You can also run it on a timer or manually turn it on and off. Emptying fluid remaining in the reservoir is easy to do: just disconnect the power, remove the cover and lid, and pour out the remaining liquid into a sink. There's even a label on the reservoir to indicate from which side the liquid should be poured. And the slightly-fluted rim makes sure the liquid pours out smoothly without running down the outside of the container. Easy cleanup!
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I was offered this product at a discount in exchange for providing a fair and unbiased review.