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Features:
This telescope can help you observe objects outside and satisfy your curiosity.
This is enough for the children to observe things.
High-strength, durable, portable, easy to carry, suitable for outdoor activities.
Great for hunting, watching games, scenery, golf, etc.
Includes a rope so you can hang it around your neck.
A good gift for children, friends, family, etc.

Specification:
Magnification:6x
Outlet diameter: 35 mm
Material: ABS
Color: Camouflage
Net weight: 115g
Size: 112*46*130mm

Package Included:
1 x Children Binoculars

Note:
Due to manual measurements, there may be an error of 1-3 MM. Make sure you don't mind before bidding.
Due to the differences between the different displays, the image may not reflect the actual color of the project

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