I described yesterday a new Mijia radiator that was to be sold today in China. Previous heaters did not arouse much interest from fans of the brand, this time it was different. Sales of the radiator took place in the crowdfunding campaign mode, in less than 12 hours, the new product collected 3155% of the amount needed. Over 80 000 fans decided to support the project, and 30 000 decided to order it.
The Mijia radiator sells splendidly, 30 000 units sold in 12 hours
The Mijia radiator offers the possibility of heating a room no larger than 15m2. You can choose between five temperatures that can be set on the radiator: 20 ° C, 22 ° C, 24 ° C, 26 ° C or 32 ° C. The built-in thermostat will make sure that the heater heats only to the temperature set by the user.
The Mijia product has what other heaters were missing, Wi-Fi and the ability to connect to the Mi Home application. Thanks to this, you can create a scene that will control the heater operation based on a different temperature sensor or, for example, an automatic shutdown when you open the window. You can also control using a voice assistant from Apple, or Siri.
In addition to the thermostat which makes sure that the heater does not overheat, the new radiator is waterproof (IPX4), it can be used in the bathroom and have a gentle contact with water. If there are small children in the house, it can also be useful for blocking mode which deactivates the buttons on the housing. As a reminder, the new Mijia radiator has been priced in China for 299 yuan, $ 43.