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Multi-purpose and large capacity: provide you with more space to accommodate beer, food, snacks, clothes and other sundries. Ideal for grocery stores, laundry rooms, pantry, kitchens, garages, etc.
Name: shopping cart
Material: Oxford cloth
Size: about folding size: 28 * 18 * 4 cm
Expand the size of about: 55 * 28 * 18 cm
➤ Does not include decorative items shown in the product photo.
➤ Delivery time is 15-25 days, If you still can't receive your order after 30 days, please contact us.
➤ Thanks to the manual measurement, there may be some errors, please allow 3-5cm difference, thank you.
➤ Because the spotlight and different people have different understandings of color, there may be a certain color, but within a reasonable range, please choose carefully.
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