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Product description

Vent Toy Decompression Decompression Toy Simulation Fruit toy
Descriptions:
Dimension: about 13cm
Look like a real banana Then it Returns to its Origina Shape
It is Sticky amp; Stretchy
Provides Hours of Stress Relieving Fun
Play it when you're stressed out to help relieve stress and tension. Great for anyone suffering from anxiety hands"br" Perfect gift for your friends, its fans or yourself to relax. Very good pressure release appliance for office or home,Also can be used as a toy for fun."br"Package:"br" 2 x Toy"br"

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