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Karana Travel Gear Sleeping Bag & Stowaway Travel Pillow

  • Yan Nawa
  • 14 Jun 2021 : 08:39 am
  • ID: 419199

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Used Karana Tropical – I 150 Sleeping Bag. Size 220 X 75cms, weight 0.9 kgs in green.
Stowaway Hollofil travel pillow 10” by 20”

Sold together for total 600 Baht. If shipping required add 50 Baht. Can also collect in Chong Nonsi, Yannawa instead
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