USB Vacuum Cleaner Designed For Cleaning Computer Keyboard Phone Use Black For Sale

USB Vacuum Cleaner Designed For Cleaning Computer Keyboard Phone Use Black


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USB Vacuum Cleaner Designed For Cleaning Computer Keyboard Phone Use Black:
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USB Vacuum Cleaner Designed For Cleaning Computer Keyboard Phone Use



Features:

  • Material: Plastic

  • Dimensions; 14x4x3cm

  • Color: black,

  • Directly into the USB port, no additional power, low noise, low power consumption.

  • Effectively between the dust from the river on a computer keyboard.

  • And to focus on the effective light vacuuming.

  • High-end design, adjustable slightly heavier dust.

  • Can also be used as a primer chassis, digital cameras, monitors, main chassis and other IT products.

  • This is a mini USB vacuum cleaner designed for cleaning computer use, you no longer need a computer in the dust and dirt and helpless, because you can enjoy the comfort of computers, clean environment.

Package Included:

  • 1x USB vacuum cleaner designed to use for cleaning computer keyboard phone (excluding original packaging)

On Dec-06-17 at 15:51:06 PST, seller added the following information:



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