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DAILYINT Folding Stool Portable Outdoor Subway Train Travel Chai

$33

DAILYINT Folding Stool Portable Outdoor Subway Train Travel Chai

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Product description

Color:Orange

The chair can be folded and then put into the storage bag, which is convenient to carry and saves space.
Made of Aluminum alloy, Light weight but very strong.
fixed module. The legs have reinforced plate, which is more stable.
The bottom bearing reinforced belt, load bearing even better.
Good for camping, fishing, picnic, and other outdoor activities.

Material: aluminum tube
Color: Orange, black
size27x24x23cm

Package Included:
Folding chair*1
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Note:
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*Compare the detail sizes with yours, please allow 1-3cm error, due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understandings.

DAILYINT Folding Stool Portable Outdoor Subway Train Travel Chai

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Saturday, November 20, 2021

A year since farmers first showed up at the gates of Delhi to protest against three new agriculture laws which were later put on hold by the Supreme Court, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced Friday that the laws will be repealed and the process completed in the upcoming winter session of Parliament. In an address to the nation, the Prime Minister said: “While apologising to the countrymen, today I want to say sincerely that perhaps there must have been some deficiency in our penance that we could not explain the truth like the light of the lamp to the farmer brothers.” A look at why and how the government had pushed these laws, why it has now withdrawn them, and the implications of the move, politically and economically.