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44.6 x 7 x 7.4 cm
Ant Audio Treble X 1000 Price In India Starts From Rs.1299 The best price of Ant Audio Treble X 1000 is Rs.1299 on Amazon.
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|Model name||:||Treble X 1000|
|Categories||:||Wireless Bluetooth Speaker|
|Dimensions||:||44.6 x 7 x 7.4 cm|
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