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Musical Small Bell, Hand Chimes, Kids Plastic Band for Kids

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Musical Small Bell, Hand Chimes, Kids Plastic Band for Kids

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Product description

Feature:

1. Adopt environmentally friendly plastic, safe, non-toxic, no odor, no burr.
2. Anti-injury craftsmanship, advanced stamping, double beads bells, rivets on both sides of the leather strip, smooth and not hurting the hands.
3. The three bells are easy to create loud and clear sound just by shaking it repeatedly.
4. Can exercise your baby's attention and feel the sound."br"5. Can also be used as a accompaniment to the band."p""br"

"p""b"Specification:

"p"Condition: 100% Brand New"br"Item Type: Handbell"br"Material: Plastic"br"Color: Blue"br"Size: Approx. 15 x 6.8 x 0.6cm / 5.9 x 2.7 x 0.2in

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"p""b"Package List:

1 x Handbell

Musical Small Bell, Hand Chimes, Kids Plastic Band for Kids

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