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Inflatable Swimming Pool for Baby, Adult, Children Bathtub Child

$109

Inflatable Swimming Pool for Baby, Adult, Children Bathtub Child

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Product description

【Product name】Bazi two-ring large pool
【Inflatable size】240cm*140cm*47cm
【Product weight】4KG
【Product thickness】0.30MM

△Inflatable products are small and light after deflation, and can be folded and placed when not in use.The product can be reused!
△Inflatable swimming pool is a PVC product, there will be a small amount of odor, after receiving the goods, place it in a ventilated place to disperse!

prompt:
1. Due to manual measurement, the actual size may have an error of 3-5 cm
2. Due to different light and screen, the color of the product may be slightly different from the picture

▶If you want to order large orders, mixed orders or multiple items, please feel free to contact us so that we can provide you with product discounts.
▶Customer satisfaction is our top priority. Our products undergo strict quality inspection. If you have any questions, please contact us! Our customer service team will reply you quickly within 24 hours, we look forward to your purchase

Inflatable Swimming Pool for Baby, Adult, Children Bathtub Child

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