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Xiaomi Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 Review

We will review the new Xiaomi robot vacuum cleaner called Xiaomi Mijia Robot Vacuum Mop 2, which is also known as Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2. The model number is MJST1S, and this Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 is the updated version of the popular Xiaomi Mijia LDS Vacuum Cleaner.

First of all, Mijia engineers decided on the update mopping function. The water container is attached from the bottom, and the container itself can vibrate, creating 1000 vibrations a minute, which helps get the dirt off easier and more efficiently.

Other than that, the suction power is high, the turbo brush design got changed, and there are some new functions. With that, the price is a little higher, there are some new functions, and the turbo brush design got changed. With these improvements, the price is a little higher reaching $350.

Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 Review

Keep in mind that Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 comes from China, and all of its documents are Chinese. We hope to see a global version very soon. In the box, you will get the charging base, an adapter with a European plug, a mopping nozzle with a microfiber cloth attached, an extra side brush, an extra mopping pad, the documents, and a manual on cleaning and maintaining the Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2.

Design

It comes complete in white, the LIDAR is responsible for the navigation. On the mechanical bumper at the front, there is an object sensor, and on the back, there are plugs for charging. The Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 measures 3.7 inches or 9.5 centimeters from the floor.

The LIDAR’s case is on springs, which allows it to go underneath the furniture and not get stuck. On the top, there are two mechanical buttons including start/pause, and immediate return to base for charging.

The dust container is under the top lid, and the Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 has 6 anti-fall sensors. There is only one-side brush on the robot, it has also 3 sides and is attached. There is a central brush, and it is much better now.

Technical Features

  • Battery Li-Ion 3200 mAh
  • Suction Power up to 2800 Pa
  • Battery Life up to 110 mins
  • Cleaning Area is 590 ft (180 sq.m)
  • Dust Container 18.5 Oz (550 ml)
  • Water Container 6.4 Oz (190 ml)
  • Obstacle Size up to .78 inches (20 mm)
  • Size 13.7×3.7 inches (350*95 mm)

The functionality of the Mi Home App

The Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 is controlled through the Mi Home App. You can download the Mi Home App on Google Play Store, and Apple Store. As we have mentioned before, the robot is Chinese, and you need to connect it to the Chinese region. You should not really have problems with this step, because the app’s interface is in English. On the Mi home page, the Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 builds a map of the area and zones it into rooms.

With the press of a button, you can choose the rooms that need cleaning. Right of the map is two more modes; cleaning in the selected zone, and local cleaning. There is an option to choose from three modes; vacuum, vacuum and mop, and mop.

Below those functions, there are the cloth wetness and regulations for suction power. You can choose the number of times each room is cleaned, cleaning mode, and individual suction power, as well as how much water gets on the cloth.

In the settings, there is a cleaning history, which is good, and it supports multi-maps. You can set up no-go zones, and virtual walls in the needed rooms, and put them just for mopping. You can also name the zones, and modify them. You also have the cleaning schedule, you can choose the days of the week, time, and the mode. You can modify this for every single room.

Suction Power

The suction power is standard, like in the Xiaomi Mijia LDS, though the company stated 2800 Pa. The Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2, and many other Xiaomi vacuums only sucked dirt out from .78-inch, or 2mm cracks. This is fine for daily usage.

Noise Level

On quiet mode, the Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 only goes to 60-62dB. On standard, it measures 64dB, on medium, it is 65, and on Turbo it is 67.1dB.

Is Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 Worth Buying?

It has good navigation, lots of functions, good mopping and vacuuming on hard surfaces, simultaneous vacuuming and mopping, Y-shaped mopping, and is not scared of dark surfaces. The volume also got lower, and we can say that the Mijia Sweeping and Dragging Robot 2 is budget-friendly.

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