Xiaomi Launches Anti-Lost Traction Bracelet at 39 Yuan

Xiaomi Launches Anti-Lost Traction Bracelet at 39 Yuan

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Xiaomi has many sub-brands that make various products for it. The company is also very attentive to the products for kids. There are a few brands we are familiar with. Among them, we can mention MITU, BEVA, etc. As for now, we are going to introduce to you a very useful product that has been announced this morning. Xiaomi Ecological Chain Enterprise Shanghai Shuo Mi Technology officially released an anti-lost traction bracelet, which is priced at 39 yuan ($5.70).

anti-lost traction bracelet

Shuo Mi Technology was established on March 11, 2015, specializing in the production of smartphone casings and other accessories, as well as a variety of children’s products, such as kids folding carts, nano anti-bacterial T-shirts and more. As for now, it comes with an anti-lost traction bracelet.

The anti-lost traction bracelet adopts a two-way mode design, which is attached to the front side and reinforced on the reverse side to effectively prevent the baby from breaking off the bracelet. The thickness of the bracelet can be adjusted according to the size of the baby.

anti-lost traction bracelet

The wire uses a sandwich design. The outer layer is made of high-transparent PU. The middle layer is nested with PVC white core. And the inner core is made of 301 steel wire. It can rebind quickly after stretching. The 301 steel wire is not easy to cut. It’s very durable.

anti-lost traction bracelet

The length of the anti-lost traction bracelet can be up to 2 meters after full stretching, giving the child freedom when playing, while ensuring that he/she does not get out of the safe sight of the parent. There are two color options to choose from – pink and blue.

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