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N\C Mini Supermarket Shopping Trolley Lattice Trolley Children's

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N\C Mini Supermarket Shopping Trolley Lattice Trolley Children's

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Product description

Description:

- 100% Brand new and high quality! Easy to assemble
- This cute pink simulation supermarket shopping trolley cart is great for kids children role play toys
- Miniature shopping pretend toys
- Material: Plastic
- Main Color: Gray

Size Chart:

Assembled Trolley (L x W x H): Approx 27 x 19 x 30cm/10.63 x 7.28 x 11.81inch

Package Includes:

1 Miniature Shopping Trolley Cart

Note:

Due to the manual measurement, please allow 1-2mm differences in size
Due to the light and screen difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures. Please understand"br"Choking Hazard - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years"br""br"

N\C Mini Supermarket Shopping Trolley Lattice Trolley Children's

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