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❤ The inflatable swimming pool can be used not only as a swimming pool, but also as a ball pool, sand pit, fishing pool, and toy pool. It is an ideal choice for indoor entertainment and outdoor activities.
●Product Name: Swimming Pool
●Product material: plastic
●Product color: blue
●Product size: 120*95*55cm(47.2*37.4*21.6in), 180*135*70cm(70.8*53.1*27.5in)
●About products: We only sell inflatable swimming pools, excluding other products.
●Factory direct sales: We usually ship within 1-3 days, and the delivery time is 7-20 working days.
●About size: product data and product color are all manually measured, there are slight errors, this is normal!
●About chromatic aberration: product pictures are taken in kind. Due to lighting, photography and display, the color of the product may be slightly different. Please refer to the actual product.
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