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Bicaquu Tischuhr, Europäische Retro-Stil Wohnzimmeruhr Antike Si




Funktion: 1. Hergestellt aus hochwertigem Kunststoff, umweltfreundlich, robust, leicht und langlebig.

2. Diese schöne Uhr nimmt feine Verarbeitung an, glatt und glänzend, schön und exquisit.

3. Sein europäischer Retro-Stil sorgt für eine künstlerische Atmosphäre, eine schön dekorative Tischuhr in Ihrem Zuhause.

4. Diese Uhr kann häufig zu Hause, im Büro, im Hotel, im Einkaufszentrum usw. verwendet werden und ist sehr praktisch zu bedienen.

5. Es ist nicht nur eine Tischuhr, sondern auch eine schöne Dekoration für Wohn- oder Schlafzimmer.

Zustand: 100% nagelneu
Artikeltyp: Tischuhr
Material: Kunststoff
Farbe: Gold
Batterie: 1 x AA-Batterie (nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten)
Produktgröße: Ca. 11 x 17 cm / 4,3 x 6,7 Zoll
Ungefähres Gewicht. 365 g

1 x Uhr (Batterie nicht im Lieferumfang enthalten)

Bicaquu Tischuhr, Europäische Retro-Stil Wohnzimmeruhr Antike Si

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