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1. Placing the cute tennis racket vibration dampener in the middle of two lines, and then you can enjoy sports.
2. No need to worry about losing it or fall, they will stay tightly on the tennis rackets.
3. The slim body and exquisite design can optimize your tennis game and provide more professional user experience.
4. Different animal shapes and designs, cute and attractive, various colors and shapes to show your characteristics.
5. This vibration dampeners will not fall apart or break during long play, good tennis accessories.
Item Type: TennisÂ RacketÂ Dampeners
Color: As Picture Shown
Weight: Approx. 44.0g/1.6oz
13 xÂ TennisÂ RacketÂ Dampeners
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