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Travel Mug 16 Floz (473.2ml) 12v Plug-in Vehicle Electrical Systems on

US $11.65

Everett, Washington, United States

Everett, Washington, United States
A new, unused item with no signs of wear.
Type:Travel Mug Manufacturer Part Number:DPCI 002 10 0442

The Travel Mug 16 floz (473.2ml) 12V Plug-in Vehicle Electrical Systems is unused condition.
It comes as in the picture, please see the pictures. When plug in the light is on, but no other testing wasn't done.

The mug features 3 setting ranges. when your beverage temperature falls whiten one of these ranges,
the green LED will flash below the range setting.
HOT: 110 F - 160 F
WARM: 86 F - 109 F
TEPID: 32 F - 85 F

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