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Hi all, in my Kuga there is a 3 pin plug in the back seat built into the back of the front glove box ( hope you understand where i mean) does anyone know how much power that will give out am i correct in assuming that there is not enough power to say boil a kettle. Any help please.
 

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An ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM of 150 watts. Enough for most laptops and tablets or one of the small to medium coolboxes
 

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Also, jus to add, if you've 'Start/stop' engaged, it'll also cut out with the engine.
 

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Thanks for that won't try a kettle then, luckily mine was one of the last before the waste of time Start/Stop
 

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Yeah.....was part of the family pack. Really handy for the kids with tablets, consoles and phones etc.
 

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Had one in my Mokka and was really handy for the 120w coolbox.
 

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Had one in my Mokka and was really handy for the 120w coolbox.
We never used the one in the wife's Mokka. I doubt she even knows it's there.
 

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We never used the one in the wife's Mokka. I doubt she even knows it's there.
It was very useful in remote northwest Wales as a hotbox power supply as the nearest half-decent Chinese was a 30 mile round trip.
 

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I use my 3 pin socket to inflate and deflate the double airbed when when camping. Super easy and fast.
 
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