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US $13.99

Effingham, IL, United States

Effingham, IL, United States
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Volkswagen Water Bottle - Kids - 1/2 Liter

Our VW Water Bottle is not just for kids, but for all who share a passion for VW.  Take this large bottle to the gym with you, on errands or even while you're outside working in the yard!

The high-quality drinking bottle comes with fun Beetle motifs. The bottle is made of (LGA) contaminant-free plastic and softening agents and manufactured bisphenol A (BPA). 

Not suitable for hot drinks to a maximum of 80 ° C. 176 Fahrenheit

  • Officially Licensed by Volkswagen

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