The gun-shaped model features a visual dust cup that showcases the new cyclone air duct, as well as the filtration area. It is connected directly to the storage area, which is hidden beneath a plastic housing that also hides the motor, which is also more powerful than before. The housing comes with a built-in handle for easy grip and weight management. The grip also hosts an enlarged base that doubles up as a wall-hanging hook and cord storage.
They have kept a pretty long nozzle at the front to allow for full accessibility while cleaning. Towards this end, they even employ a 240mm wide suction port, which features a flexible neck design for more reach, as well as an ultra-thin 4cm floor brush for more in-depth cleaning. The whole setup is designed to make it extremely easy to enjoy upright cleaning that doesn't make your back ache.
The updated internals are powered by a new 600W high-performance motor, which can enable up to 16kPa of suction power. The air sucked into the new cyclone air duct is split using a clever airflow design, which generates a strong centrifugal force to easily separate the regular air from the dust particles. The harmful components are then filtered through a strong pinhole steel mesh, filter cotton, and another three layers of filters, which make up the five-fold deep filtration dust removal system.
Each filter is kept separate to prevent backflow and secondary pollution, as well as add a compounding effect on the air flowing within. You can easily access and clean up the storage section so that a full storage doesn't put a dent in your momentum.
Price & Availability
The Xiaomi Mijia Vacuum Cleaner 2 will be officially launched in the month of November at a starting price of barely $27. It is currently slated for the Chinese market first, with an international launch coming in the following weeks.