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Kaxofang 100cm 5 Abschnitte Teleskop-antenne Ersatz fuer FM Radio TV Silber
Sections: 5 Bereiche
Material : Edelstahl
Farbe: Silber
Gewicht : 23g
Packungsinhalt : 1 x Teleskop-antenne

Hinweis: Wegen der Lichtstrahlung und Bildschirme koennte der Farbeton in den Fotos sowie des tatsaechlichen Produkts etwas unterschiedlich sein. Der erlaubte Messfehler ist +/- 1-3 cm.

Kaxofang 100cm 5 Abschnitte Teleskop-antenne Ersatz Fuer FM Radi

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