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Ovente Portable Travel Car Immersion Heater, 12V (CH112 Series)

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Key Features

EASY TO USE – Simply clip it onto your mug to submerge, plug it in, unplug when it reaches your desired temperature, wait 15 seconds, then remove from liquid.

FAST – Powered by 150-Watts, it heats up liquids almost instantly!

VERSATILE – Great for heating up water, tea, coffee, soup broths, and much more. Only use on thin liquids that have the consistency of water.

PORTABLE – It’s super lightweight (2.4 oz) making it perfect for travel, dorm, home, and office use.

SPACE-SAVER – It’s so compact that you could carry it in your pocket. Great for maximizing space in small areas.


Never have to drink a lukewarm beverage ever again!

Ovente’s CH112 Instant Electric Immersion Heater is great for heating up water, tea, coffee, soup broths, and much more.

If you love taking your time to drink, eat, or enjoy things, this handy little gadget is perfect for you. You no longer have to keep reheating your coffee or tea while you work, read your book, watch tv, or do other activities.

Simply submerge the electric heater into your drink and it will quickly heat it up without the use of a microwave, which uses radiation that can be harmful.
This works much better than a cup warmer, which will still make your drink cold over time while not being able to reheat it.

This immersion heater is very sturdy and made of stainless steel and heavy-duty plastic. It’s also efficient at maximizing the space of small areas.
Makes a great gift for college students living in dorms, travelers, and people who enjoy convenience.

Do not attempt to use on thick mixtures or fluids that don’t have the consistency of water.


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SKU CH112 Series
Gross Weight 0.3
Gross Dimension 7.8 x 2.3 x 1.8
Case Pack 50
Weight 12.1
Dimension 23.6 x 6.9 x 10.2
Cases / Pallet 70
Pallet Dimension 48 x 40 x 77
Pallet Weight 892

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