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Coffee Cup 'Mug' warmers 24 watts found



 
 
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i've seen those little mugwarmers like a little hotplate around at bed
bath and beyond, linens etc., mailorder, etc.. i didn't know people
were looking for them. i'm still looking for an electrical mug that
runs on 110; i've seen them for car cigarette sockets, of course. i've
even bought one, but it wants 2.5 amps and i'm waiting until a 2.5 amp
12 volt transformer finds me.
 




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