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Usb Plug-in Mini Fan Plug In School 5v, Black Base Red Blades $$reduced$$$ on

US $2.99

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Pre owned
Manufacturer Part Number:Oooooooooo Material:Plastic Size:4" "W x 6"H Make:Generic Color:Red Brand:Generic

Plastic fan for computer with USB power source USB dc 5 v plug in.

6" tall
4" wide

Any ? Please ask
We do not ship to post office 

           *  The price quoted is to lower 48 States  and to a ACTUAL STREET ADDRESS 
           *   Items weighing less than    16 ounces     will ship USPS
           *   Items over 16 ounces   usually will ship  FedEx ( their shipping rates are less ) 
           *   If you want us to ship your item  to a P O Box  than it has to go USPS ( extra shipping charges )
           *   We  will ship anywhere   you want  us to ship , but we use the out of country service through  Ebay
           *   If you want other mailing service  *( THAN WHAT WE STATED ABOVE )*  PLEASE  write to discuss before bidding
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