Smartphone giant Huawei launches an acoustic vacuum cleaner with household manufacturer Jimmy from Xiaomi’s ecosystem. Sounds almost like a fake, but it is reality.
Sure is: Few people clean their windows too often. On the one hand because it is not so often necessary, on the other hand because you simply forget it. Or you simply don’t feel like cleaning the windows. With the Jimmy VW032-1 this should become much easier. We have tested whether there is something to it.
Xiaomi’s subsidiary Jimmy throws new devices onto the market like hardly any other manufacturer. Specializing in the household sector, a model has now emerged that sets accents at first glance – with a pink vacuum tube. A sexy version of the Jimmy JV51 or an independent model?
After the Xiaomi third party “Dreame” has raised the bar for maximum suction power with the V9 to 20,000 pa, another Xiaomi relative has to follow suit. Can Jimmy catch up with Dreame with the JV83? We tested it.
The Roidmi F8 is the most powerful battery-powered vacuum cleaner we’ve ever tested. Shortly thereafter, Xiaomi’s Youpin sales platform featured a similar model named “Jimmy”. We’ve tested the Jimmy JV51 and tell you why it’s technically not so different from the Roidmi.
House dust mites are a horror not only for allergy sufferers. No air, sneezing, coughing. The two vacuum cleaners want to solve this problem: Roidmi M8 and Jimmy JV11.
With the Jimmy JV71 another battery-powered vacuum cleaner with high suction power is on the market. We can’t say exactly why Xiaomi uses so many different companies, but we know how well the JV71 works.
It is very possible that the world’s leading supplier of cleaning technology from the German state of Baden-Württemberg and the technology giant from China have sat down at one table. Xiaomi (or Jimmy) and Kärcher are now developing cleaning equipment together? What sounds strange at first might actually have arrived here. We get to the bottom of the matter and the device.
Dreame offers good value for money, technology and innovation. The fact that all models have been successful so far is also due to the fact that they build on each other. The Dreame V12 is again very similar to its predecessors, but brings new ideas and features.
No holes in the wall, easily convertible and, depending on the vacuum model, a way to visually get more out of a cleaning tool. Stand holders provide space for attachments and, of course, the cordless vacuum cleaner itself.
Dreame managed to produce the V9, the best battery vacuum cleaner from China so far, for around $200. Now we have tested the Dreame V11, which, unlike its predecessors, is one thing above all: the long-awaited flagship model that can do (almost) anything.
How do China’s top models compare with the large, established manufacturers? We have tested the Dyson V11 Absolute, the flagship model of the British top dog Dyson, for you and let it compete against the current number 1 from China, the Roborock H6. Who will make the race?
Latest creation: The Mijia K10 cordless vacuum cleaner with display and wipe function. Sounds ingenious, it could even be. We took a close look at the vacuum cleaner.
A new, powerful battery vacuum cleaner. This was again produced by a third party – and by a different one than the previously known Roidmi, Jimmy or Deerma. Optically the V9 of Dreame (following “Dream”, the dream) is very close to the previous Xiaomi vacuum cleaners.
The second generation of its successful predecessor is available in two versions (NEX 2 and NEX 2 Pro). Vacuum, wipe, display, high suction power – better than the predecessor? Our review.
The former Kickstarter project has made the leap to the market. A mini-robot that goes by the name of “CleanseBot” and uses UV light to autonomously kill dust mites and other vermin in textiles. The perfect solution for allergy sufferers? Our review.
Xiaomi’s subsidiaries Roidmi, Dreame and Jimmy are among the biggest competitors of the British top dog Dyson. Now Xiaomis subsidiary Dreame is launching its new top model: We’ll tell you what makes the Dreame V10 different from its predecessor.
After Roborock launched the H6, the first Chinese cordless vacuum cleaner with a built-in display, Xiaomi is now following suit with its subsidiary Shunzao. The Shunzao Z11 Pro costs less and is said to have even more suction power.
Once upon a time there was a Chinese company called Xiaomi, which brought very powerful battery-powered vacuum cleaners with a chic design and top workmanship onto the market through several subsidiaries and third-party suppliers. Then they decided to handle it like with smartphones: Many model versions, short product cycles and confusing model names. And so they developed the Xiaomi Mijia 1C.
Although the Chinese cook with normal water, their kettles play in a completely different league. After the Xiaomi Bluetooth kettle, the foldable Deerma DH206 kettle has caught our eye. But why is it necessary to fold a kettle?