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AplusBuy 30" 12 Slots Colorful Dry Erase LED Light Prize Wheel w/ Floor Tripod Stand Spinning Game

Item# SPM8919303124 | Model# 35PRW004-L30IN12S-FL | Added on September 18, 2017 |
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AplusBuy 30" 12 Slots Colorful Dry Erase LED Light Prize Wheel w/ Floor Tripod Stand Spinning Game
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Description
This 30" LED Unique Blinking LED Light Color Prize Wheel comes with a Floor Tripod Stand.The wonderful flashing light and the excellent clicking sound will create drama and exitement. It is perfect for holiday activities, trade shows, carnivals, annual meetings, parties,etc. Dry Erase Arylic Board Advantages: Easier to clean Higher hardness More abrasion-resistant Helps customize the prize slot sections Longer life span

Features:

  • Illuminated by 48pcs LEDs: sparkles more naturally and more energy saving
  • 12 customizable prize slots for logo or text
  • Strong structure with extra thick solid wood bar and metal tripod
  • Screw with rubber cap
  • Detachable stand for easy storage and convenient assembly
  • Wing screws on the stand for convenient assembly
  • Dual red PP pointer clicks between each spin
  • The excellent clicking sound creates drama and exitement
  • Clickers between each segment for better speed control

Lighting Mode:

  • Four lines light up each time, spin anticlockwise

Specifications:

  • Wheel Diameter: 30"
  • Prize Wheel Height(including tripod stand): 65"
  • Led Color: White
  • Material:Acrylic board with PVC foam

Package Content:

  • 1x 30" Prize Wheel with Floor Stand Tripod
  • 1x Base
  • 1x Charger(Free Gift)
  • 1x White Nite Writer Pen(Free Gift)
  • 1x Whiteboard Eraser(Free Gift)
  • 1x Accessory bag with screws
  • 1x Manual

Notice:

  • Water-based mark pens are recommended for acrylic boards for easier maintenance. If you use oil-mark pens or pens in other type, it will be a little difficult to have the board cleaned
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