Modern and Sleek: The AromaTech AroMini BT Nebulizing Diffuser

Modern and Sleek: The AromaTech AroMini BT Nebulizing Diffuser
05 Apr 2019

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Disclosure: I received an AroMini BT Nebulizing Diffuser for review purposes. All opinions are my own.

I have been using an essential oil diffuser in my home office for about a year and a half. I enjoy the calming nature of the essential oils while i am working. I truly does keep your stress levels low, and the room smelling nice.

The problem is, I sometimes forget to turn on the diffuser that I have. As well, when the water runs out, I sometimes forget to refill it, and the diffuser just sits on my desk, unused. An oil diffuser is only beneficial if you are using it.

AroMini BT in box

The AroMini BT Nebulizing Diffuser

When AromaTech reached out to me to see if I would like to review their AroMini BT Nebulizing Diffuser, I gladly accepted. We have a couple of essential oil diffusers in our house but have never used this type before.

AroMini BT box open

What’s in the box:

• AroMini BT
• Diffuser top
• 120ml bottle
• Power Adapter
• User Manual

AroMini BT box open items displayed

Key Features:

• Uses patented cold-air diffusion technology, heat-free system to disperse essential oil molecules into the air of any space from 100 – 1,000 square feet
• Scent intensity can be digitally adjusted to ensure even and subtle scent distribution
• Easily set hours of operation of the device with a 24 hour timer
• Whisper-quiet operation and energy efficient
• Constructed from recycled aluminum
• Uses 120 ml bottle of essential oil
• No mixing with water required
• Fragrance diffuser includes 1 empty bottle
• Leaves no residue
• Available in Modern Black

AroMini BT with oil out

Product Specs:

Bluetooth Connected
Covers: 100 – 1,000 square feet
Output Voltage: DC 12V
Input Voltage: 110-240V
Power: 5W
Consumption: 0.5ml per hour
Weight: 1 kg / 3 lbs
Dimensions: 2″ w x 12″ h
Bottle Capacity: 4oz / 120ml (1-3 months)
Refill: 1-3 months depending on usage

Setting It Up

The AroMini BT is quite easy to set up. After unpacking the unit from the box, set it up where you would like it to sit. Do not plug it in yet.

• Open the top of the AroMini BT by pressing on the top of the device. Pull the top part of the diffuser off.
• Fill 120ml bottle with your favourite 100% essential or aroma oil blend. Do not fill to the rim.
• Screw the bottle into the top of the diffuser, and insert back into its base.
• Press on the top to lock it. You will hear a click sound.
• Plug the AroMini BT in.
• Download the Scent Marketing App (found on the Apple Store or Google Play). Connect the device to your smartphone via Bluetooth.
• Set desired hours of operation of the device. You can set up to 5 different programs.
• Set the intensity of the fragrance output on the app. Level 1 is the lowest and level 9 is the highest.

AroMini BT app

What’s The Difference?

Unlike other diffusers, the AroMini BT requires no water. Nebulizing Diffusers only use oil and air in the surrounding environment, and do not rely on other elements to diffuse the essential oils you use. A small air pump pulls the oil through the diffuser, releasing a dry mist into the air. Because there is no water used, the mist is pure essential and aroma oil molecules.

Traditional diffusers use steam and water to disperse the oils into the room. This process changes the composition of the oils and dilutes it down. These types of diffusers also release a lot of moisture into the air, and because of the heat and moisture, can cause mold to form inside the diffuser, and in the room itself.

AroMini BT putting oil in


This was not my first oil diffuser, but it is much different from the ones I have used in the past. I wanted to ensure I was using it properly and enjoying the benefits.

The AroMini BT uses nebulizing technology, which is a heat-free way to defuse both 100% essential oils and oil blends.

AromaTech diffusers increase your health and well being by releasing nanoparticles into the air. Because of the close proximity of my home office to the front door of our house, you are able to smell the essential oils from the AroMini BT as you walk into our home, creating a unique and inviting ambiance.

Pure undiluted oil, no excessive moisture, quiet operation, full benefits, no refills, consistent scent, large coverage radius, and a cool looking diffuser. What’s not to love?

AroMini BT oil

Essential Oils

Any essential oil will work with this diffuser, but AromaTech does sell many different scents on their website. Scents include: holiday spice, winter pine, eucalyptus, coconut spice, oriental garden, lavender vanilla, white tea, fresh linen, pumpkin spice, waffle cone, peppermint, orange spice, and so many more. They have a tremendous selection of scents to try out.

AromaTech Essential are 100% natural, pet-friendly, non-GMO, and free of harmful chemicals and additives. Aroma Oil Blends are free of parabens, SLS, SLES, PEGS, glycols, petrochemicals, synthetic colours, harmful chemicals, and additives.

AroMini BT unit on

The Verdict

Because I don’t have to worry about filling the AroMini BT Nebulizing Diffuser with water, the worries of spilling on my desk and the mist damaging the walls are gone.

I can schedule it with my phone to come on at the times I am working in there, so it is not running when I am not. This helps in case I forget to turn it off. Convenient, good looking, calming, and efficient.

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  1. Stephanie LaPlante : April 5, 2019 at 10:15 am

    If I won, I would diffuse Lavender Vanilla.

  2. Amy Heffernan : April 5, 2019 at 10:45 am

    The orange Spice. Thanks!

  3. Lavender vanilla for me!

  4. Lavender for calm

  5. wendy hutton : April 5, 2019 at 1:46 pm

    I would love to try the lavender vanilla sounds relaxing

  6. Maureen Anderson : April 5, 2019 at 3:30 pm

    My favorite oil is cedar.

  7. Neroli would be top of the list

  8. I think I would try the fresh linen. Then I would have to also have pumpkin spice around so when I blink and Fall is back.

  9. I would try anything orange ou citrus

  10. LILLIAN BROWN : April 5, 2019 at 7:33 pm

    I would like Lavender for calmness

  11. I would diffuse lemongrass and orange oil!

  12. I would use lavender because it helps with our sleep.

  13. Lavender and Peppermint

  14. I would start with lavender

  15. I would love to diffuse with Lavender for sleep and also Lemon

  16. Juliee Fitze : April 6, 2019 at 11:45 am

    I would use lemon grass in it for a nice clean smell in my house.

  17. Fresh Linen would be nice for Spring

  18. wendy hutton : April 6, 2019 at 1:19 pm

    fresh linen also sounds nice

  19. Debbie Flynn : April 6, 2019 at 2:16 pm

    Vanilla Cedarwood Sage – I love a woodsy scent.

  20. lemongrass and orange oil

  21. Florence Cochrane : April 6, 2019 at 2:38 pm

    The Orange Spice sounds so nice.

  22. Robyn Bellefleur : April 6, 2019 at 11:11 pm

    I love the Orange Spice.

  23. I would like to try the Pumpkin spice oil

  24. wendy hutton : April 9, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    my first choice would be lavender vanilla

  25. anything with vanilla

  26. I would use this specifically for my son who has autism. I have heard Vetiver essential oils are useful for the oxygenation of brain cells which would be interesting to try!

  27. love anything vanilla or coconut

  28. love the sounds of lemongrass and orange oil

  29. I would love to try the lemongrass and orange oils

  30. wendy hutton : April 11, 2019 at 1:22 pm

    love to try the lavender vanilla one

  31. I saw an orange spice!

  32. The fresh linen and peppermint sound lovely to diffuse

  33. wendy hutton : April 12, 2019 at 1:41 pm

    the fresh linen sounds greeat

  34. I would love to try the fresh linen and lavender vanilla

  35. think I would start with a lavender scent

  36. the lavender vanilla sounds like a lovely combo

  37. anything with vanilla in it I would love to try

  38. I would love to try the fresh linen oil

  39. The coconut spice scent sounds interesting!

  40. love anything vanilla or coconut scent

  41. wendy hutton : April 16, 2019 at 3:01 pm

    I have never tried oils but the lavender vanilla sounds nice

  42. I would love the coconut scented one as I love tropical scents!

  43. I would love to diffuse something citrus-y like a lemongrass oil

  44. the peppermint would be nice to try

  45. I would like to try pumpkin spice. I love fall scents.

  46. wendy hutton : April 18, 2019 at 1:16 pm

    I love the smell of fresh linen

  47. wendy hutton : April 19, 2019 at 1:16 pm

    the lavender vanilla would be a great one to try

  48. I would love to try the fresh linen oil!

  49. If I won I’d diffuse the Hotel scent, it’s just amazing

  50. the fresh linen would be a good one to try

  51. Melissa Reynolds : April 20, 2019 at 11:42 am

    Fresh linen for sure

  52. I would love to try out the Fresh Linen scented oil

  53. so many to choose from , the fresh linen sounds nice

  54. Nicole Lamoureux : December 14, 2019 at 10:00 pm

    100% oils come in 10ml bottles
    Would this machine work on 10ml or does it need more the 120ml ot holds?

    Saying that,for filling the bottle enough,with 100% pure essential oils from anothe company, would it be possible to mix the oil with a thin carrier oil like grape seed or fracunated coconut oil, to make an “aroma blend”? When asked what oils used in their blends aromatech said coconut, sunflower and vegetable.

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