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Xiaomi now also sells Arctic Spring mineral water bottles in China

04 October 2019 0

Xiaomi with its arsenal of subsidiaries launches so many products and covers a wide range of segments. We have seen it launching some small gadgets like mosquito repellant, flexible portable fan, lamps for our daily lives. But the company also invests in bringing some other products, for instance, sunglasses, backpacks, leather wallets, and even an umbrella among some household products as well.


And now, a new product expands its non-electronic items’ list. In a weird move, Xiaomi has now started selling mineral water bottles in China. The USP of this product is that the water is sourced from a cold water spring in China.

The company is selling 300ml water bottles in a box that consists of 24 bottles, for a price of 59.9 Yuan ($8.3). This means each water bottle from the company will cost 2.5 Yuan, which is roughly $0.35.


Xiaomi’s Arctic Spring natural mineral water comes in a green-colored bottle with a flexible line. It measures about 20.8 centimeters in height and 6 centimeters in diameter. The mineral water bottle has a balanced amount of minerals and it contains calcium, potassium, and magnesium as some essential minerals which are good for our bodies.

Xiaomi might have obtained a “Mining License” issued by the National Land and Resources Management Department.

Currently, the water bottle is listed on a Russian website for pre-orders. The site mentions the water bottle isn’t yet available to them and it will only start taking pre-orders when they arrive at the stores.


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