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Road Pro Powered Travel Cooler/food Warmer Model Rpsf5235 on

US $45.00

Ogden, Utah, United States

Ogden, Utah, United States
used, no shelf, car power adapter only
Brand:RoadPro Manufacturer Part Number:RPSF5235

 here is a used powered travel cooler/food warmer. its a Road Pro Powered Travel Cooler/Food Warmer. model number is RPSF5235. it is missing the shelf and it has a small crack to the plastic shell. the crack does not interfere with keeping food cold/warm. just a superficial piece of plastic. not a big deal. the unit comes with the shown built in power cable for a vehicle port. it works great. the cold function and warming function work great. no issues.

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