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The heat is coming, buy a smart Xiaomi fan!

The heat is coming, buy a smart Xiaomi fan!

I want the wind to blow my face in the panel with the window closed. Okay, grab my beer!

The heat is coming, buy a smart Xiaomi fan!

Xiaomi is a company where they are not satisfied with the average. They’ll take a completely standard product and figure out what could make it even better, even more usable. They did the same a few years ago with a plain room fan, and by now an entire family of fans has evolved! I recommend some of these now, of course with a coupon, from an EU warehouse!

 


 

Xiaomi Mi Smart Standing Fan 2 Lite

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The cheapest member of the family. This is different from a normal room fan in that it works extremely quietly and can be connected to your phone as well. You can adjust the strength of the blowing, it has a child lock (that is, you can lock the buttons on the fan so that children do not press) and it also retains the settings if you wish. So, this fan is already smart, but its capabilities are similar to a traditional fan. Except, of course, the amount of air delivered and the quiet operation.

The price of this solution is a AE406CE2F823 with coupon code HUF 25 here:

Xiaomi Mi Smart Standing Fan 2 Lite

 


 

Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2

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The smarter brother of the previous version, that is, it is no longer Lite. As a result, it already has extra capabilities in addition to telephone control. The noise generated is of course low here as well, it has got a different fan, and in addition to the normal blowing, it can already imitate the wind. It essentially consists of an alpha rhythm dynamically changing the intensity of the blowing in a certain range, making it feel as if a variable strength of wind is reaching our face. I tried it, it's really nice.

In addition, the oscillating motion is quite wide, 140 degrees, and the intensity of the blowing can no longer be adjusted in 3 steps, but it is stepless, so the number of adjustable strengths is essentially infinite (of course, there are 100 steps, but you can switch between them imperceptibly).

The price of the machine is a bit higher than the Lite, but I think that’s what’s really worth the price! THE AE406CE2F823 with coupon code HUF 29 here:

Xiaomi Smart Standing Fan 2

 


 

Smartmi 2S Floor Fan

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This fan in terms of capabilities is almost identical to the previous version, but the three differences we find can determine which one to buy. One is that its power is not 20- but 25 watts, the other is that 35-heyett is 31,5 decibels of maximum noise, but more importantly, it already has a battery in it! In practice, this means that we are not connected to an outlet, we can take it out with us if we like.

Fortunately, the price is slightly higher than the version without the battery, the AE406CE2F823 with coupon code HUF 30 here:

Smartmi 2S Floor Fan

 


 

Xiaomi Mi Smart Standing Fan Pro

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It’s the most expensive member of the family, but luckily it’s not insanely expensive either. I’ll tell you honestly, I don’t know why it would be worth buying this instead of the previous one. It's basically the same in every way, there's something a little weaker, so pro version here, pro version there, unless your goal is to spend a few thousand forints unnecessarily, don't choose this.

Let's say I know a reason, if the previous one runs out of stock, you can buy it, because it has wifi, it's smart, it's battery-powered, it also mimics the wind, so it knows everything.

If you would buy this, the AE406CE2F823 with coupon code you can add to cart for 32 930 forints here:

Xiaomi Mi Smart Standing Fan Pro

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