Prehistoric wild museum park artificial animal Ancient Giraffe model
|AC 110/220V ,50-60HZ
|Euro plug / British Standard / SAA / C-UL / or depends on request
|Automatic / Infrared / remote / coin / Button / Voice / Touch / Temperature / shooting etc.
|Sunshine, rain, seaside, 0~50℃(32℉~82℉)
|Sound can be increased to 128 kinds Smoke,/ water. / bleed / smell / change color / change lights / LED screen etc interactive(Location tracking) / conversine(currently only Chinese)
|Need be cut for shipping,fwill provide a detailed installation manual.
|We provide 2 years warranty for all of our antrimatronic models, the warranty pieriod starts from freight arrives at destination port. Our warranty covers motor, reducer, control box, etc.
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