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LED Bow and Arrow Archery Set

  • FUN INDOOR OR OUTDOOR ACTIVITY: Give your children hours of fun with Island Genius LED Laser Bow Archery Set. Set up a cool shooting range in your own backyard! Encourage fun bonding moments as kids play with friends.
  • PLAYSET INCLUDES: light-up bow, 6 suction cup arrows, a target, and quiver with adjustable strap. Requires 2 AAA batteries. Batteries not included. Recommended for kids 3 years old and up.
  • COOL TOY DESIGN: Our light-up bow is designed with LED lights so your child can play even at night! It is visually appealing, great for stimulating the kids to make their game time exciting.
  • EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY: Help your children develop their motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and concentration. Both boys and girls will love playing with friends on playdates.
  • YOUR NEXT BIG GIFT IDEA: Island Genius LED Laser Bow Archery Set is a great gift for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Birthdays, Easter, and any other occasion. Also makes a great accessory for a Halloween costume or pretend play.
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