Xiaomi Zhimi smart electric heater with a touchscreen crowdfunded for 399 Yuan ($57)

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, has commenced the crowdfunding of its new water heater. Working with its partner, Zhimi, the company now has a new smart version of the Zhimi Electric Heater. This product currently comes with a 399 Yuan ($57) price tag.

The Zhimi Electric Heater Smart Edition is the first heating device that can be connected to Mijia APP and Xiaoai Speaker. It also adds a pure black touchscreen display. This can display the heating temperature and indoor humidity status. It integrates temperature adjustment, heating time adjustment and switching power supply buttons.

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The screen display supports the three-step brightness adjustment, which is convenient for use in different lighting environments. For example, it can be used to adjust the light or turn off the screen at night to avoid light pollution and affect sleep. The Xiaomi Zhimi smart electric heater support 16-32°C adjustable temperature. The built-in dual temperature sensor has an intelligent constant temperature function that controls energy consumption. When the ambient temperature reaches a preset value, it automatically warms below the preset value.

This device works for both cold and hot climates. It fully compensates for uneven room temperature and requires no wind. Its X-type alloy flakes provide faster and more efficient heating efficiency. This allows the home to heat up as quickly as possible.

It comes with a 9cm slim body, weighs 6.4kg and the inner buckle handles on both sides are easy to handle. In terms of safety of use, Xiaomi Zhimi smart electric heater has built-in multiple protective detection sensors. When it detects that the internal cavity temperature exceeds 95°C or the body tilts more than 45 degrees, it automatically cuts off power to avoid potential safety hazards.

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