Xiaomi brings through its partner brand Mijia another handy gadget that will find a place in your home as well. It is relatively universal second generation night light, which brings new and practical improvements, plus a great stock price.
The price is still low
The time now is Xiaomi Mijia night light 2 is available in pre-orders through the Chinese e-shop Banggood.com. The price of the device is directly proportional to the number of pre-orders, but currently the final amount for the device is below the limit 10 eur / 260 CZK.
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Xiaomi Mijia night light 2
Maximum brightness 25 lm, motion sensor, 360 ° rotation, magnetic holder, endurance 8-15 months
*Price after discount: 9,94 € / 259 CZK
* The price is valid at the date of publication of the article or while stocks last.
It may vary depending on market changes.
Universal use is practical
A novelty within the second generation is the magnetic design, resp. mounting of the lamp, thanks to which the device can be rotated according to the need and the space in which it is located. The brightness is double that of the previous generation, ie 25 lumens.
The lamp does not have to be explicitly night, but it can also be used to illuminate a selected area, such as a wardrobe or cabinet. Of course, there will also be adaptable brightness with the possibility of using warm light at the level of 2800K. It comfortably illuminates even the attic.
The design of the device is really minimalist. The luminaire itself is made of ecological and harmless ABS materials, but the mentioned metal and magnetic elements are also present. We will still find in the equipment as well photosensitive and motion sensor with a range of up to 120 degrees.
The light will turn off automatically after 15 seconds of inactivity. This feature can also be corrected manually. Power is provided by three batteries with a lifespan of up to 365 days, especially when using minimum brightness.