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Product: outdoor patio heater


  • Type: Fire Pits

  • Place of Origin: Jiangsu, China (Mainland)

  • Brand Name: WELLIFE

  • Model Number: WELLFP-S-S

  • Feature: Stocked

  • COLOR:: according to requirements

  • Material: Steel

Standard Package. 1pcs/1carton,94x76.5x31cm. 120pcs for 20' Container, 246pcs for 40GP Container, 282pcs for 40HQ Container.


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Stadium Outdoor Gas Furnace Gazebo Patio Heater Outdoor Furniture Buy at okorder


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