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Gravaria Weighted Blanket for Kids 10 Pounds - Childrens Toddler

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Gravaria Weighted Blanket for Kids 10 Pounds - Childrens Toddler

Product description

Size:41 inches x 60 inches

Kids weighted blanket 10 lb is made with high-quality fabric and perfectly designed to provide warmth. Weighted blanket can help to raise the level of relaxation. This childrens weighted blanket is safe with poly pellets. The product is goes with removable cover that can be washed easily. You will love this essential and pretty navy blue color weighted blanket for your kids or as an ideal gift for others.

Gravaria Weighted Blanket for Kids 10 Pounds - Childrens Toddler

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