PureSpa Natural Aromatherapy Diffuser Bundle


We hate the term “aromatherapy” so much we almost didn’t sell this. Why can’t “making your place smell good” suffice? Why must our candles, essential oils, and diffusers purport to transform our health?

This diffuser bundle is better than most – it needn’t stoop to the “therapy” level of woo-woo marketing. The big one one is easy on the eyes and enjoys tons of good reviews on amazon, while the USB diffuser is ridiculous in a good way. They both do what they’re supposed to do: Make rooms smell nice.

The product description drips with that saccharine spa-water writing style:

“Disperses negative ions to lift your mood and relieve stress,” it says, rather than, “Smells better than candles because of science.”

“Operates quietly in the background without interfering with work, sleep or relaxation,” instead of, “Is quiet.”

“You can boost the therapeutic benefits of PureSpa Natural by adding a variety of different essential oils (not included),” instead of saying nothing, as this is not really a feature at all. And don’t get us started on “essential oils.”

Maybe we’re bitter because we hate the implications this has on those of us who want to own it for physical rather than metaphysical reasons. A visitor to our lovely-smelling home might see this comely diffuser and conclude that we are practitioners of pseudoscientific Eastern health practices, rather than the truth, which is that our house smells like cat piss if we don’t ionize the hell out of it.

Maybe we’re too hard on aromatherapy. Maybe …

Nah, aromatherapy is bullshit.

You can believe whatever you want so long as you purchase these diffusers for their actual purpose. Don’t write to customer service when the scent of eucalyptus fails to overcome your mom issues.


  • You get one ultrasonic mister and one USB diffuser
  • Both diffuse essential oils, which are not included – you gotta buy or extract those yourself
  • Quiet “whisper-like” operation sounds good, though somebody whispering in the corner of your meditation room would be pretty obnoxious
  • Could be a good wedding present, but could also seem like a passive-aggressive way of telling the newlyweds that their house stinks
  • Large one features color-changing LED lights and auto-shutoff
  • Small ones works in your car, on the road, or plugged into your laptop at Starbucks if you’re crazy
  • Model: PESPAWD, PESPAUSB (This week in inconsistent acronyming: “PurE SPA W Diffuser” and “PurE SPA Universal Serial Bus”)



  • Condition: New
  • PureSpa Natural Aromatherapy Oil Diffuser:
    • Moisture output: 150 ml per hour
    • Tank capacity: Approx. 6.75 oz (200 ml)
    • Max run time: 8 to 10 hours
    • Max room coverage: Up to 250 sq. ft.
    • Power supply: 12W, AC: 100-240V, 50-60Hz DC: 24V
    • Overall: 6.5" H x 5.4" W x 5.4" D
    • Overall Product Weight: 1 lb.
  • USB Diffuser:
    • Size: 3.4” x 1.5” x 0.63”
    • Coverage Area: 90 sq. ft.
    • Input Voltage: DC5V
    • Rated Power: 0.8W
    • Weight: 0.62 oz

What’s in the Box?

1x PureSpa Natural Aromatherapy Oil Diffuser
1x PureSpa USB Travel Aroma Diffuser
3x Refill pads

Price Comparison

$49.99 List, $39.99 at Amazon
$14.99 List, 56 reviews for USB at Amazon

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