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$7 for the Revolving Photo Cube with Six-Photo Display ($29.99 Value)

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  • Value: $29.99
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• View six photo panels at once
• Holds six 3.75” x 3.75” photos
• Magically revolves for 1 month on just 1 AA battery (not included)
• Measures approximately 6.5 x 5.875 x 5.875 inches while standing
With the stroke of a wand, an “Abra Cadabra” and an “Open Sesame”, the power of photo sharing will be at your fingertips – at least that’s what you can tell your friends. The Revolving Photo Cube showcases your favorite photos with six pictures rotating for up to one month on just one battery. Photo cube gives the appearance that it's magically spin on its own, while you get to relive great memories again and again. Say “goodbye” to lackluster, square frames and “hello” to this unique turning cube for the home or office.

• Limit 3 per person • Cannot be combined with other offers • Valid online only • Shipping is NOT included ; An additional $3.99 shipping fee will be charged at checkout • Must provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping • Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada • Does not ship to PO boxes • No returns unless damaged or defective • Delivery Time 10-15 Business Days • This deal can not be purchased with Saveology dollars •

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Revolving Photo Cube - Magically Displays 6 Photos

Technology has more than done its part to make life easier. But when it comes to photo displaying, neither Microsoft nor Apple has figured out how to turn a simple keepsake into one straight out of the Jetsons -- until now. The Revolving Photo Cube takes 6 of your favorite photos and turns it into a rotating montage of awesomeness. This futuristic frame appears to be spinning on its own, while you get to relive great memories again and again. What will they think of next?