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1. The expansion and contraction can be adjusted, suitable for collecting works of various sizes.
2. Made of environmentally friendly materials, waterproof and moisture‑proof.
3. The round shape is anti‑touch and not fragile, which can protect your work well.
4. Adjustable and detachable buckle, choose according to your preferences.
5. The length before expansion is 49cm, the length after expansion is 110cm, the diameter is 8.5cm.
Item Type: Drawing Storage Tube
Commodity Material: PE
Product Size: Length Before Expansion: Approx. 49cm / 19.3in, Length After Expansion: Approx. 110cm / 43.3in
Diameter: Approx. 8.5cm / 3.3in
1 x Drawing Storage Tube
Manual measurement, there is a small distance difference.
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