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Costway Jumbo 4-to-Score 4 in A Row Giant Game Set Kids Adults Family Fun Indoor Outdoor

Item# SPM15624383524 | Model# SP37158BL | Added on January 1, 2020 |
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Costway Jumbo 4-to-Score 4 in A Row Giant Game Set Kids Adults Family Fun Indoor Outdoor
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Christmas is coming. Have you decided what to buy for family game? Take a look at the jumbo 4-to-score giant game set we've prepared for you. While learning how to play jumbo 4-to-score giant game set, kids could develop team spirit and cooperative skills. The height of 3.5 feet makes it suitable for all adults and children. Therefore, you can also compete with your family and enjoy the happy time with them. Our giant 4 in A row is made of high quality PE and PP materials, which can provide you with a long service life. Let's play with friends and family with our jumbo 4-to-score giant game set!

Features:
Giant toy for home, outdoors, birthday party or barbecue party
Help to improve children's motor skills, hand-eye coordination and cognitive ability
Carefully selected materials ensure high durability and user safety
Smooth edge ensures that the player will not be scratched
Lightweight and portable design make it very easy to carry
Unrestricted playing area allows you to enjoy the game
Wipe with a damp cloth once in a while for easy cleaning
Perfect gift for children during the holidays or birthdays
Game reset lever can easily start a new round of competition

Specifications?
Color: Red, blue, yellow, green
Material: Plastic (PE+PP)
Product Size: 47.5” x 17” x 41” (L x W x H)
Rings Diameter: 5.5”
Rings Thickness: 1.5”
Net Weight: 25 lbs
Package includes:
1 x Chessboard
21 x Yellow Rings
21 x Green Rings
2 x Supporting Foot
2 x Pull Strip ... read more
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