[Lowest Ever] Xiaomi Mijia DC Fan Available For $145.95

Recently, Xiaomi released its second generation Xiaomi Mijia DC Fan. This new product not only continues the full functionality of the new generation of fans, but also has lower power consumption, lighter weight, independent remote control, and more gameplay including voice control. A few days ago, the Xiaomi Mijia DC Fan was formally sold in the Xiaomi Mall. According to reports, for the first time, there was a struggle for a Xiaomi product by both employees and consumers. It was a panic buy and it took less than a minute for this product to sell out.

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The Xiaomi Mijia DC Fan comes with the following functions and upgrades over the first generation

  1. With a self-developed simulation of the natural wind randomization algorithm, the wind speed change is completely random, and it unleashes a gentle wind.
  2. The 7-blade design allows the blade to cut airflow more evenly than a traditional 3-blade fan, making the wind feel more comfortable, and it also brings a quiet performance as low as 31.5dB(A).
  3. It comes with a built-in 2800 mAh Li-ion battery which lasts for 500h (1.8W lowest power)
  4. It weighs only 3.9kg which makes it easy to lift and move.

The Xiaomi Mijia DC frequency conversion fan adopts a DC brushless motor with a 7-blade design and it supports delicate wind adjustment up to 10stops.  Also, this fan comes with a self-developed simulation of natural wind to restore the natural wind sense. In addition, the Xiaomi Mijia DC Fan comes with a Bluetooth remote control and supports connection to smart home appliances via the home APP. In the mobile phone APP, the user can achieve complete control of the fan, including 100-speed wind speed adjustment, child lock, etc.



I have been a strong follower of Android devices since the release of Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Right now, Chinese tech completely fascinates me because they are probably the only manufacturers who tries to merge budget and specs.

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