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    Review by Alexey Matveev, From:Principality Of Monaco Monaco
    I collect turtles and was very excited to get this. But it went back I have a 6 1/2 wrist and it was too tight - this has been made for very small people only.
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    Review by Erinn Yeye, From:Greece Volos
    I want to say thank someone for helping me I can''t belive for that price 19.99 It''s looks like I spent about 49.00 I am know going to buy 2 more one for myself and one to keep on hand If I need at.
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    Review by Brenda Quintanilla, From:Greece Kallithea / Athens

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