Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2S

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Product information

Key specs


Cleaning technology

Filters


Air quality sensor

Yes


Humidifier

No


Night mode

Yes


Maximum noise level

38 dB

Pros and cons

According to our air purifier expert

  • Operate the air cleaner remotely via the app on your smartphone or via voice control.

  • The background illumination of the display adjusts automatically so that the light is never too weak or bright.

  • Thanks to the night mode, the air cleaner does its work extra quietly at night.

  • To make the air purifier work optimally, you have to clean the filters regularly.

Product Expert air purifiers

Description

With the Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2S you know exactly what the indoor air quality is. The cleaner has various sensors. This measures the air quality, temperature and humidity in the room. You can read these results via the display and the Mi Home App. You control the air cleaner with the buttons on the cleaner, via the app or via voice control. Handy, because you can switch it on from the comfort of your home. Do you want to use the cleaner in the bedroom? Then you use the silent night mode. The air cleaner also automatically adjusts the light intensity of the display to its environment. This means that you will not be bothered by the light at night and you will sleep peacefully.

Note: you must replace the filters if the indicator light lights up red. This is after about 6 months.

With the Xiaomi Mi Air Purifier 2S you know exactly what the indoor air quality is. The cleaner has various sensors. This measures the air quality, temperature and humidity in the room. You can read these results via the display and the Mi Home App. You control the air cleaner with the buttons on the cleaner, via the app or via voice control. Handy, because you can switch it on from the comfort of your home. Do you want to use the cleaner in the bedroom? Then you use the silent night mode. The air cleaner also automatically adjusts the light intensity of the display to its environment. This means that you will not be bothered by the light at night and you will sleep peacefully.

Note: you must replace the filters if the indicator light lights up red. This is after about 6 months.

Key specs


Cleaning technology

Filters


Air quality sensor

Yes


Humidifier

No


Night mode

Yes


Maximum noise level

38 dB

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  • good product

    Olivier Couvreur | March 31, 2020

    I sometimes need to increase the speed to filter better but I really like it. I find the air easier to breath with less dust and whatever is in the air. it’s very quiet at minimum speed. the phone app works well

    Olivier Couvreur | March 31, 2020

  • Suitable for smaller homes.

    Emily Hu | 17 January 2020

    • Can be remote controlled through phone app

    • It only works well when it’s loud

    It looks nice in the room yet it works well only when it’s turned on to the high levels and the noise is significant.

    Emily Hu | 17 January 2020