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Neon Genesis Evangelion Humidifier

By: on March 05, 2013

I bet you didn't know Eva Unit 01 was also highly adept at manipulating the three states of matter. Well, two of the three anyway. Here to keep your home or office moist and safe from itchy skin and dry eyeballs is the Neon Genesis Evangelion NERV HQ Humidifier. Hoooahhh! A product with as many names as Michael Hutchence's kid, Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence-Geldof, and Uma Thurman's Rosalind Arusha Arkadina Altalune Florence Thurman-Busson.

In addition to being a handy tool for people persnickety about their personal comfort, the Evangelion NERV HQ Humidifier is also an official piece of Japanese sci-fi anime and manga series merchandise. It includes LED lights that burn blue when the unit is operating, and glow red when the water runs out. It has 3 steam-pumping speeds, and measures 6.7" x 7.5" x 7.5". Instructions are in Japanese. Tough break for those who read instructions.

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