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Drum Wood Kids Early Educational Musical Instrument for Children

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Product description

Color:Khaki

Feature:
:Environmentally friendly and safe material, sturdy.
: Improve operational ability, creativity, and develop intelligence.
:Color: red+wood
: Material: Wood
: Suitable age: 1-10 years old.
: Dimensions: diameter: 20 cm/7.87 inches, height: 10 cm/3.94 inches, drumstick length: 18-23 cm/7.09 -9.06 inches
: Belt length: 90 cm/35.43 inches (adjustable)
Package Included:
:1*drum
: 2* Drumsticks
:1* Drum belt
Only the above package contents, not including other products.
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Drum Wood Kids Early Educational Musical Instrument for Children

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