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WECDS Alarm Clock Original Imported Mute Snooze Bedroom Bedside

$72

WECDS Alarm Clock Original Imported Mute Snooze Bedroom Bedside

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Product description

Color:C


Color:pink, light blue, white
Function: home
Features:
high definition glass is clear and clear, sturdy and durable, quality clearance.
quiet exercise, mute, punctual, let you have a good night.
small size, easy to place, the base tilt design, human chemical design, placed smoothly, look at the time is more appropriate.
plastic shell, corrosion resistant, no fading and texture.
Enjoy a refreshing way to wake up in the morning.

WECDS Alarm Clock Original Imported Mute Snooze Bedroom Bedside

Sep. 3, 2021

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