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Xiaomi Ionic Hairdryer £39, Wiha screwdriver set £19 and Bluetooth selfie tripod £19.99 Xiaomi UK
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Xiaomi Ionic Hairdryer £39, Wiha screwdriver set £19 and Bluetooth selfie tripod £19.99 Xiaomi UK

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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Few new items added to the Xiaomi (Mi) UK site today


£5 off £35 spend as well with this link ( covers your postage costs )


Finally the Mi ionic hairdryer comes to the UK site:

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Model numberCMJ0LX

Product dimensions160 × 77 × 215mm(including nozzle)

Rated voltage220V~

Rated frequency50Hz

Rated power1800W

Three temperature settingsHot air, alternating hot/cold air, and cold air

Two speed settingslow and high

Net weight547g(including nozzle)

Protective functionwater ions

Power cable length1.7m

Certification standardsGB 4706.1, GB 4706.15
GB 4343.1, GB 17625.1




Also we have the Wiha precision screwdriver set for £19.00
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And the Mi holder selfie stick with detachable Bluetooth shutter remote £19.99
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Mi Holder Selfie Stick

Combines monopod and tripod stand into a single unit, with a Bluetooth remote.

Phone holder rotates 360°

Separate Bluetooth remote control

No-slip aluminum alloy monopod
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I've had the screwdriver set for a couple weeks now. I paid $13.56 USD a few weeks ago so £20 only seems like a good price if you're going to get it before Christmas.

I have to say I ordered it before realising that there's a 48 piece set on the same website I ordered from for $14 USD. It's possible there's a code to bring that price down but I'm not sure. It's without the Xiaomi branding but I'd be stunned if it weren't made by the same people in the same factory.
Don't know if this is exactly the same hair dryer, but you can get it slightly cheaper from Tech in The Basket, aparently delivered from Manchester:
techinthebasket.com/xia…tml
sheffield78818/12/2019 01:07

Don't know if this is exactly the same hair dryer, but you can get it …Don't know if this is exactly the same hair dryer, but you can get it slightly cheaper from Tech in The Basket, aparently delivered from Manchester:https://www.techinthebasket.com/xiaomi-soocare-soocas-h3-anion-alloy-body-1800w-hair-dryer.html


Nah that's a different hairdryer, and this will have the UK plug + all UK safety accreditation.
I don’t need any of the 3 items but have an urge to buy them all!
Sounds like an AvE style teardown kit
It looks like there's absolutely no grip on that screwdriver
I love a bit of Xiaomi but none of this stuff is cheap
Is the hairdryer a Dyson style ? Will it keep her indoors happy?
Joeaddo18/12/2019 08:36

Is the hairdryer a Dyson style ? Will it keep her indoors happy?


Depends what you mean by "style". It doesn't appear to have a motor in the handle. It sort of looks like one though.

Ionic = marketing talk IMO. Nevertheless, some swear by it, although others just end up with fly-away static hair!
ChrisRX18/12/2019 08:02

It looks like there's absolutely no grip on that screwdriver


It's good for electronic work since it has a good range of small bits but no it won't have much grip for say a floodlight teardown etc, I have had mine for about a year and it's been very good for most small electronics
neon8518/12/2019 08:08

I love a bit of Xiaomi but none of this stuff is cheap


It's not too bad I mean the hairdryer is £20 in China but resellers are about £30 and getting it here in the UK with UK standards + plug is always welcome. The small production run of goods with UK sockets put the price up a little plus the additional duties paid etc all by Xiaomi so you get a UK spec item, £39 is still not bad
andersh18/12/2019 10:54

Depends what you mean by "style". It doesn't appear to have a motor in the …Depends what you mean by "style". It doesn't appear to have a motor in the handle. It sort of looks like one though.Ionic = marketing talk IMO. Nevertheless, some swear by it, although others just end up with fly-away static hair!


Yeah it's not using the Dyson motor so style alone on the socass one but the Xiaomi one is just typical Xiaomi minimalistic styling which I love and at a reasonable price for a good dryer. The end nozzle is double walled so keeps it cooler than most after prolonged use and the Mrs likes her one. Just wish I had waited to get the UK model with UK plug as I cut the Chinese plug off and attached a UK one shortening the cable a bit which she wasn't best pleased with lol
andersh18/12/2019 10:54

Depends what you mean by "style". It doesn't appear to have a motor in the …Depends what you mean by "style". It doesn't appear to have a motor in the handle. It sort of looks like one though.Ionic = marketing talk IMO. Nevertheless, some swear by it, although others just end up with fly-away static hair!


Haven't tried this particular hair dryer, so can't comment on its effectiveness, but I would disagree with you about "ionic" being marketing speak - I find it makes a large difference to how shiny my hair is, whether it's featured in a hair dryer, straighteners or curlers. In particular I have a pair of straighteners that were always poor in most respects, but with the ionic setting switched on they would leave my hair shinier than others (albeit not properly straightened ).

An important caveat would be that not all ionic beauty devices are made equal: I've tried a BaByliss and a Remington ionic hair dryer of equal power and saw zero improvement over a non-ionic version with the Remington, whereas the BaByliss one was great.
reviewsUK18/12/2019 15:52

Haven't tried this particular hair dryer, so can't comment on its …Haven't tried this particular hair dryer, so can't comment on its effectiveness, but I would disagree with you about "ionic" being marketing speak - I find it makes a large difference to how shiny my hair is, whether it's featured in a hair dryer, straighteners or curlers. In particular I have a pair of straighteners that were always poor in most respects, but with the ionic setting switched on they would leave my hair shinier than others (albeit not properly straightened ).An important caveat would be that not all ionic beauty devices are made equal: I've tried a BaByliss and a Remington ionic hair dryer of equal power and saw zero improvement over a non-ionic version with the Remington, whereas the BaByliss one was great.


Indeed, as I said, "some swear by it". I remain sceptical personally Be useful to know if anyone has tried this hair dryer. I'm quite happy with my £10 one from Aldi, but I wonder if my wife would like this.
Only clicked on this because I thought it was the new AirPods.
The screwdrivers are ~13 on Banggood for the next 8 hours (although I bought some a few weeks ago at that roughly that price too so I suspect it's the usual price)
https://banggood.app.link/HXMAijvkD2
Edited by: "thehumanfish" 22nd Dec 2019
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