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Condition:New Brand:Unbranded/Generic OD:3.5MM Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Cable Length:150Cm Material:28AWG Copper Plug Style:Flush Female Usb 3.5Mm To Male Usb Male UPC:Does not apply

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