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Portable Mist Stand-Outdoor Misting System, Universal Serpentine

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Portable Mist Stand-Outdoor Misting System, Universal Serpentine

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Product description

Item Display Length:4.0 Meters

Outdoor Garden Misting Cooling System 

Feature:

Effective cooling: cools the surrounding area up to 20 degrees.

Let your family, your pets and flowers have a cool summer.

CUSTOMIZABLE SHAPE - Freestanding and flexible, so you can manipulate it to fit a variety of different shapes and heights.

You can let the hose hang on the ground or wrap the hose around patios, lounge chairs, desks, and much more.

Feeder is easy cleaning and filling.

Hand painted and wonderful silicone ports

Specification:

100% new and high quality

Material:PU

Color:as photos

Size:about 3M/ 118.11inches, 4M/157.48inches

Use scene: indoor, outdoor, garden, etc.

Weight: 300g

Function:Used to summer

Package include:1pc spray tube 

Portable Mist Stand-Outdoor Misting System, Universal Serpentine

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