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12v Car Vehicle Portable Ceramic Heater Heating Cooling Fan Defroster Demister on

C $16.99

NT, Jiangsu, China

NT, Jiangsu, China
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded/Generic Country/Region of Manufacture:China Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply



  • Product Introduction:

    This Car Fan Heater can blow natural wind and warm air. It can help you solve the problem that fog and frost cover on your car's windshield Blocking your view. 

    Easy to use, plug it into the car cigarette lighter socket, then turn it on.
    Brand new and high quality.

    * 12V plug in fan, heater and defroster.
    * Easy to use heater fan plugs into your vehicle's accessory outlet for power.
    * Plugs into the 12v cigarette lighter socket.
    * Switch for choosing either fan or heater mode.
    * Fit For Vehicle Car Truck van and motorhomes etc.
    * Heavy duty rubberised case.
    * It can be used as a fan in summer.
    * Power: 12V/150W±20%.
    * Color: Black.
    * Size: 15cm x 15cm x 6cm.
    * Power cord Length: Approx.190cm.

    Package Included:

    1 x Car Fan Heater
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1. To USA
All item shipped out from E-Packet (CHINA POST→USPS Airmail). Shipping time takes approximately 7~15 Days.
We provide tracking numbers for all USA orders. you can be tracked on the site of USPS.
2. To Worldwide
All item shipped out from SINGAPORE Post / HONGKONG Post / CHINA POST Air Mail (except U.S.A). Shipping time takes approximately 25~32 Days. 
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