250140101

Dometic Eskimo Cup Holder 12VDC

Dometic Eskimo Cup Holder 12VDC
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Eskimo Cup Holder 12VDC

The Dometic Eskimo Cup is a thermoelectric refrigerated cup holder. It is designed to accommodate mounting into surfaces of various thicknesses.

A polished marine-quality 316 stainless-steel trim ring finishes the surface installation and is accented with two blue LED interior lights.

Features
  • Keeps cold beverages chilled while you drink them, even on a hot day
  • Holds beverage containers up to 20 ounces (591 ml)
  • Replaces most standard cup holders and is easy to install
  • Polished 316 stainless steel trim ring
  • Blue LED interior lights
  • DC-powered premium thermoelectric Peltier cooling element
  • Easy to keep clean with non-stick aluminum surface and built-in drain
  • Electronics are completely sealed for protection against salt spray
  • Safety features include a low-voltage cut off to avoid a dead battery, a high-voltage cut off to prevent damage to the unit, a high-heat cut off, and an in-line fuse
  • 4" recessed cup holder
  • Powered by house battery
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Dometic Eskimo Cup Holder 12VDC 250140101 DOMETIC ESKIMO CUP HOLDER 12V DC
$191.35
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