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EAN-130013587062446   EAN-13 barcode 0013587062446
UPC-A013587062446   UPC-A barcode 013587062446
Product NameContemporary Tub Round Shower Faucet With 7 Inch Rain Shower Head + Hand Shower
LanguageEnglish
CategoryHardware
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B008MUQVMQ
Features
  • Function: Shower Faucets
  • Feature: Centerset
  • Style: Contemporary
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Shower Head: Rainfall, Handheld
Long DescriptionFunction: Shower Faucets Feature: Centerset Style: Contemporary Finish: Chrome Shower Head: Rainfall, Handheld Showerhead Material: A Grade ABS Showerhead Dimension: 8inch Hand Shower Material: A Grade ABS Installation Hole Distance: 15 Installation Holes: Two Holes Number of Handles: Single Handle Faucet body Adjustable Height (cm): 920-127 Valve Type: Ceramic Valve Faucet Body Material: Brass Faucet Spout Material: Brass Faucet Handle Material: Brass Net Weight (kg): 4.8 Shipping Weight (kg): 3.9. .
Created09-01-2008
Modified11-22-2016 3:17:09pm
MD50719ab1610549bc87c44d9c89f67f734
SHA256714c3990d218855bc8d843cb59ff14462bf294378a9c7e7bc5798a92a30b676a
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