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Release a rampaging Godzilla into your home with this ‘Burning Godzilla Humidifier’

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By Connie Sceaphierde, grape Japan

This new humidifier from Shine Co Ltd resembles the iconic burning Godzilla monster as seen in Toho Studio’s 1995 movie "Godzilla vs Destroyah."

In the movie, fans will recall the moment when the king of the monsters was struck by a volcanic eruption and absorbed the energy from a uranium deposit hidden within the blast. Ultimately, the uranium boosted Godzilla’s powers, and it began to emit red-hot heat rays much more destructive than before. The blast also led to visible changes to Godzilla’s appearance, as its body began to glow with shades of orange and red, as if lava was burning from within.

The humidifier takes inspiration from the "burning Godzilla" scenes from the film.

The "Burning Godzilla Humidifier" is characterised by a bright red body that glows when it releases mist from the mouth. This reenacts the kaiju’s famous heat rays from the film. An adjustable volume setting also allows you to choose whether or not to listen to Godzilla’s roar and theme tune when the humidifier is in action.

Compared to a previous model (King Godzilla humidifier) produced by Shine Co, the "Burning Godzilla Humidifier" can release 1.5 times more mist. With this humidifier, it is possible to humidify a room continuously for around 3 hours, and intermittently for around 8 hours with 70 ml of water.

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The humidifier is approximately W183 mm X H218 mm X D228 mm, and comes with a measuring cup for supplying water as well as an AC adapter. The water tank can hold 70 ml of humidifying water, of which it will release about 20 ml per hour.

Scheduled to be released in late November, the humidifier will cost 7,980 yen plus tax, and will be available to purchase at various domestic toy and miscellaneous good stores and sites from within Japan. Further details are set to follow up on the official web page.

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Can't wait until this useless piece of plastic makes it to it's new home for the next few thousand years: the ocean.

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JPGBToday  08:47 am JST

Can't wait until this useless piece of plastic makes it to it's new home for the next few thousand years: the ocean.

A cute and cool way to build an appliabnce that decorates and adorns your home. nice.

Oh no! He comes to Tok-i-o Go-Go-Godzilla! Wheeeee-eeeewwww!!!

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70 ml of water is not going to add much humidity to a room

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I was expectIing to see vast plumes of steam-pretty embarrassing really.....

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