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Original Xiaomi Mijia Magnetic Cable Desktop Organizer £2.79 Each / 2 for £3.21 Using New Account - mijia youpin Store / AliExpress Deals
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Original Xiaomi Mijia Magnetic Cable Desktop Organizer £2.79 Each / 2 for £3.21 Using New Account - mijia youpin Store / AliExpress Deals

£3.12£4.5932%AliExpress Deals
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Posted 7th Nov

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Love this idea of just popping them on and off magnetically. Not that the standard rubber ones took an age to pop the cable in or anything, but it's probably quicker with one of these and no fiddling around.

So.. £2.79 each or using the new user coupon add 2 to your basket for £3.21 delivered. They are going to £2.65 each on the 11th November, although I'm unsure if the new user code will work with it, or if the promo will change totally.

Where is the coupon?
The new user coupon can be grabbed right under the price on the 'Get Deal' Link

Then add 2 to your basket and the price should total £3.21

Make sure you click the shipping section and select a FREE method

If this doesn't show for you, try changing your quantity to 1, then change the delivery to free. Then pop the quantity back to 2 and it should hold

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Package includes:
  • 1X cable organizer holder
  • 3X cable clip

Features:
1. Made of PVC with beautiful color and appearance.
2. Equipped with strong double-sided adhesive tape, Absord can look great on any flat and reusable.
3. Unique magnetic holder and clip separation design, you can easily get the cable when needed and keep it neat when not needed just take the clip off the holder.
4. Three size holes design fit for different diameter cables.

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Can't work out what this does
I use a cut-off cable tie to stop mine from disappearing down the back:

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Looks good. Heat
Ordered a few as these could really help me tidy up my desk
Can't work out what this does
Zaphod9907/11/2019 16:47

Can't work out what this does


Stops your cable dropping to the floor when not in use as my lightning cable for the iPad on my desk constantly does
38928470-pxzQN.jpgThis is how it works
CoolCarCuffs07/11/2019 19:40

[Image] This is how it works


Any idea where the magnets are located - in the base I guess? Worried about watch damage.
Got one, don't use it much sadly. Magnets weren't strong enough. Good idea but didn't work for me
It always changes postage to paid for items greater than 1
-Heat (don't trust AliExpress anymore).
My last two orders have been LOST for SIX months now... When I contact the seller, they reply with "sorry dear"!!!
PauloDeFreitas08/11/2019 11:26

-Heat (don't trust AliExpress anymore).My last two orders have been LOST …-Heat (don't trust AliExpress anymore).My last two orders have been LOST for SIX months now... When I contact the seller, they reply with "sorry dear"!!!


So just do a dispute and get your money back? I'm on 650+ orders, under 20 have had an issue and I've never lost a penny from any of them.
dcx_badass08/11/2019 11:29

So just do a dispute and get your money back? I'm on 650+ orders, under 20 …So just do a dispute and get your money back? I'm on 650+ orders, under 20 have had an issue and I've never lost a penny from any of them.


Can you check you number of orders? I remember 1 year for their anniversary they gave summary of your orders and how much you spent ( which was bit scary ) all I can see is I got to platinum member.
I’m getting charged for delivery?
Worst invention ever.
Zaphod9907/11/2019 16:47

Can't work out what this does


Thought it was for pushing tea towels into.
I use a cut-off cable tie to stop mine from disappearing down the back:

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There's a huge influx of these products being branded as 'Xiaomi Mijia' when they are not Xiaomi products. They are companies Xiaomi has invested in but have no control over. They are not products made by Xiaomi. Hence no Xiaomi branding anywhere on the packaging or product itself.

It's misleading calling them 'Xiaomi Mijia' products as they are most certainly not part of the Mijia product line which is Xiaomi's smart home products.
Edited by: "devious11" 8th Nov
devious1108/11/2019 16:07

There's a huge influx of these products being branded as 'Xiaomi Mijia' …There's a huge influx of these products being branded as 'Xiaomi Mijia' when they are not Xiaomi products. They are companies Xiaomi has invested in but have no control over. They are not products made by Xiaomi. Hence no Xiaomi branding anywhere on the packaging or product itself.It's misleading calling them 'Xiaomi Mijia' products as they are most certainly not part of the Mijia product line which is Xiaomi's smart home products.


You're right, this should be stated on these deals.
But surprised you let us know. Not very devious of you.

.... Or was it?
£3.21 for two. Ordered. Not really a gamble is it. Ty.
blueflash08/11/2019 12:29

Can you check you number of orders? I remember 1 year for their …Can you check you number of orders? I remember 1 year for their anniversary they gave summary of your orders and how much you spent ( which was bit scary ) all I can see is I got to platinum member.


It lists it on your profile on the desktop site, luckily without a dollar amount!
Edited by: "dcx_badass" 8th Nov
These things are great! Use them for phone chargers next to the bed I stick it to the side of the cabinet. The top just takes up space for cups of tea ☕
tommytbone108/11/2019 18:05

You're right, this should be stated on these deals.But surprised you let …You're right, this should be stated on these deals.But surprised you let us know. Not very devious of you..... Or was it?


Unfortunately no one seems to care as flagged this issue with the HUKD editors about multiple threads posted and they don’t seem to be bothered. They say the deal title matches the website. So to them
It doesn’t matter if it’s misleading, long as they get referral fees right?
Edited by: "devious11" 9th Nov
devious1109/11/2019 02:02

Unfortunately no one seems to care as flagged this issue with the HUKD …Unfortunately no one seems to care as flagged this issue with the HUKD editors about multiple threads posted and they don’t seem to be bothered. They say the deal title matches the website. So to themIt doesn’t matter if it’s misleading, long as they get referral fees right?


I'm not a huge fan of how this site is run and moderated now, but i think you're being overly harsh there.

You're asking the mods to overrule the seller over what to call this product, and it doesn't look like you've provided any reliable sources to back up what you're saying?
Just do this. Its cheaper if you raid the stationary cupboard.
Eldini09/11/2019 06:15

I'm not a huge fan of how this site is run and moderated now, but i think … I'm not a huge fan of how this site is run and moderated now, but i think you're being overly harsh there.You're asking the mods to overrule the seller over what to call this product, and it doesn't look like you've provided any reliable sources to back up what you're saying?


I provided extensive evidence to the mods and they don’t care. Xiaomi Mijia is Xiaomis smart home line of products.

This is a completely separate company, nothing about this product or branding is Xiaomi Mijia.

Calling it Xiaomi Mijia is like calling A Nike product Converse.
Sucks that it's only for new users.
Bad reviews on Amazon. The magnets aren't strong enough to be useful apparently
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