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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
These are the old standby for keeping the interior of your instrument humidified. I live in a very dry part of the country, and have looked into room as well as instrument humidifiers to keep my instruments happy. Since I haven't found the perfect room humidifier for my needs yet, and other instrument humidifiers are kind of fussy or weird, I went with Dampit again. Dampits have stood the test of time for me for thirty years. They're inexpensive and effective. Yes, they need checking and maintenance, but with good water and proper use they will last for years.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
A nice device but somewhat difficult to insert into my violin
By Andrei F.
Air humidity is very low in my house. I'm happy to have something that protects my violin from low humidity. The only complaint is that the first part of the tube close to the tip is a bit rigid and very straight. The tip of Dampit does not slide on the violin's back easily, which makes it difficult to pass the point when the tip of Dampit just touched violin's back. If I keep pushing the tube into the violin, the tube eventually bends and starts to slide inside the violin.
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Gets the job done
By Amazon Customer
I bought a brand new professional clarinet this past summer and was told to put this in my case to prevent the wood from cracking due to how cold it gets where I go to university. This does what it needs to do. My only complaint is that it doesn't really fit in my case because the case itself is so compact.