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Car 12v Adapter Electric Heated Stainless Steel Mug Hot Coffee Drink Travel Cup on

US $15.00

深圳市, 广东省, China

深圳市, 广东省, China
Condition:New Type:Coffee Maker Country/Region of Manufacture:China

Product Features:

In-car mug electric cup, can let you enjoy the hot drinks easily in your car

Easy to use, made of good quality stainless steel

With convenient and safely prevent slippery base bottom

With open/ close safety lid, can ensure that drinks or water will not overflow

With strong and durable sure-grip handle

Suitable for car use not slides easily, also suitable for outdoor use tourism car

Powered by DC 12V in car with cigarette socket adapter cable, built-in fuse, safely use

Material: Stainless steel + plastic

Color: As shown in the picture

Size: 157 x 123 x 85 mm / 6.123 x 4.797 x 3.315 inch

Net Weight: 245 g / 8.575 oz

Package Contents:

1 x Heated Cup

1 x Car Charger








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