Xiaomi's latest crowdfunding product is the sink with the Mensarjor vegetable washing department. A steep kitchen layout is the dream of every housewife, and the Xiaomi ecological network often includes products that make the task easier and give class to the home kitchen. A new sink is one such product.
Mensarjor washing machine – a sink for vegetables and other products that must be washed before cooking. It uses ultrasound technology to remove food debris, such as dirt particles and even pesticides from food. After the wash is completed, it automatically drains the water.
The washing area has a large capacity of 10 l next to the sink. The container can take 50 shrimp, 20 potatoes, 10 crabs and 15 apples at a time. The device comes complete with a Touchez, but can be purchased as a separate gadget.
In terms of functionality, it uses 6 built-in vibrators and innovative matrix layout technology to generate high-frequency vibrations that generate a large number of tiny bubbles. Negative pressure is formed due to an increase in bubbles.
Stains of dirt and impurities on the surface of fruits and other objects are removed by physical means to achieve clean fruits and vegetables, as well as deep cleaning of seafood and other ingredients. This method protects fragile vegetables such as raspberries, cauliflower and keeps the external elements intact.
Three washing modes are available with different intensities and water levels. There is one control button on the side. The gadget can also be controlled using the MIJIA application on the smartphone.
During crowdfunding, the device cost 1999 yuan for a fee, but if you buy with a crane kit, it will cost 2,498 yuan ($ 356), including an installation fee of 100 yuan. The faucet is made of 304 stainless steel and has a retractable design that facilitates its use.
It also comes with bubbler and spray modes. A soft water sprayer (bubbler) is suitable for daily cleaning, and a strong water sprayer is suitable for cleaning bottles and sewers.
The product is expected to go on sale in China on September 14th.
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