Professional factory selling Hot sales led light shower head with temperature sensor The Swiss

Professional factory selling
 Hot sales led light shower head with temperature sensor The Swiss

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Quick Details Type: Bathroom Faucet Accessories Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland) Brand Name: QILI Model Number: QL-LD002AT-SM Material: ABS Plastic, ABS and a...


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Quick Details

  • Type: Bathroom Faucet Accessories
  • Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
  • Brand Name: QILI
  • Model Number: QL-LD002AT-SM
  • Material: ABS Plastic, ABS and acryl
  • Surface Finishing: Chrome
  • Bathroom Faucet Accessory Type: Hand Showers
  • Bathroom Faucet Spout Feature: Without Diverter
  • Product Name: Hot sales led light shower head with temperature sensor
  • Brand: QILI
  • Feature: Temperature display
  • MOQ: 500pcs
  • Main market: Europe
  • Function: 5 Functions
  • Packing: White Box
  • Certification: CE RoHS
  • Shape: Round Shower Head

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Packaging Details: CTN size:48*35*30.5CM
Hot sales led light shower head with temperature sensor
Delivery Detail: Shipped in 25 days after payment

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Model QL-LD002AT-SM
Name LED Massage shower head
N.W 230G
Shower diameter 120mm
Features 5 Function
Material ABS copper Board
PCS/CTN 24
CTN SIZE 48*35*30.5CM
Number of colors single color

Features

1. Don’t need battery and the power cord.
2. The color with the current temperature changes.
3. Rely on the flow of water to generate electricity, so that LED light.
4. Low flow water maintains distinctive comfortable feeling
5. LED changes color with temperature.
6. LCD screen instantly shows water temperature.

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    A: Yes, we could offer the sample for free charge but do not pay the cost of freight.

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