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LAKAGO Mini Fridge for Bedroom Small Refrigerator Mini Small Stu

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Product description

Red, white and green (tempered glass) K25 dual-core CNC car dual-use model
Working voltage: 12V4110v- 220V
Power: Refrigeration 65W
Refrigeration system: dual-core refrigeration
Cooling temperature: about 25°C lower than the current ambient temperature (test in empty machine state)
Heating temperature: can be heated to 65°C
Product size: internal 235* 205*425mm external 310*340* 510mm
Our service: We take the high-quality service as our tenet, and we will wholeheartedly meet your needs. If you have any questions or need feedback, we will get back to you as soon as possible

LAKAGO Mini Fridge for Bedroom Small Refrigerator Mini Small Stu

2 in. x 6 in. (1-1/2" x 5-1/2") Construction Redwood Board Stud

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