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Product description

Description:
Once you press switch, the box will open and turn itself off, this one comes in as you can see in the picture. Set it on your coffee table or desk and wait for curiosity as it turns on. A totally useless box that provides endless fun! Every time you flip the switch on the box, a little finger of a tiger pops out and turns itself off, which is the same way when we tease someone again and again until him or her goes crazy.

Features:
The box is made of solid wood and the interior components built well and fully assembled.
Delicate and cute. It can simply put on your desk to decorate your home, office, car, etc.
When press the button, a small tiger comes out, reaches his arm and turn off box, very funny!
USB powered, compatible with power bank, laptop, computer, mobile phones, no battery is needed.
A very good gift choice! It's also a perfect gift for birthday as well as Christmas Day. "br""br"Specification:"br"Condition: 100% Brand New"br"Material: Wood"br"Product Size: Approx. Approx. 18 * 11 * 8cm / 7.1 * 4.3 * 3.1""br"Package Weight: Approx. 507g"br""br"Package Included:"br"1 x Wood Box Toy"br""br"Note:"br"1. Due to lighting effects, monitor's brightness, contrast settings etc, there could be some slight differences in the color tone of the pictures and the actual item.
2. Please allow 1-2mm differs due to manual measurement, thanks.
3. Please note that the new type and old type of this product will be sent randomly, and make sure you will not mind before ordering.

Qinyayoa Tiger Box Toy, Electronic Box Toy Stress-Relief for Chi

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