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Xiaomi Mijia Mosquito Repellent Kit: Keep insects at bay with a compact and affordable solution

Xiaomi Miji Mosquito Repellent Kit: Keep insects at bay with a compact and affordable solution. (Image source: Xiaomi)
Xiaomi Miji Mosquito Repellent Kit: Keep insects at bay with a compact and affordable solution. (Image source: Xiaomi)
Available as three units or one, the Mijia Mosquito Repellent is a compact and affordable way to kill unwanted insects like mosquitoes. The units run off two AA batteries and support Bluetooth 4.2 LE for communication with the Mi Home app.
Alex Alderson,

Xiaomi is selling its Mijia Mosquito Repellent kit again. The kit is available as one unit or three. All run off two AA batteries each and should last up to 720 hours before you will need to replace the batteries.

The Mijia Mosquito Repellent utilises pyrethroid, which it distributes using a single fan. Each unit measures 96.5 x 96.5 x 52.7 mm, making it smaller enough for most surfaces. The Mijia Mosquito Repellent uses Bluetooth 4.2 LE to communicate with a smartphone. The units can be controlled via the Mi Home app or set to run for 10 hours every 24 hours.

The Mijia Mosquito Repellent is available to purchase from third-party retailers like Gearbest and Geekbuying. The kit of three costs US$29.99 on Gearbest, while a single unit is just US$16.99. Please note that Gearbest only sells the "Smart Version", the edition that is compatible with the Mi Home app, as a single unit. The standard and smart versions are visually indistinguishable, though. The only difference between the two models seems to be Bluetooth connectivity.

(Image source: Xiaomi)
(Image source: Xiaomi)
(Image source: Xiaomi)

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Gearbest (1) (2) & Geekbuying via Gizmochina

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Alex Alderson, 2020-05-22 (Update: 2020-06- 5)
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