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BAISDY 10Pcs Foam Mic Cover Thick Microphone Cover Mic Windscree

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Product description

Color:Multi-Color

Microphone windscreens set - This microphone cover is suitable for a wide variety of mics.
5 different color choice - So cool to use due to this 5 different vibrant colors (blue, yellow, red, orange, black)
High quality foam material - Durable to use this mic windscreen for your ktv party, wedding party and other studio use.
Washable and convenient - It is easy to use and can be used for so many time, it can be washable and ready for the next time use.

What You Get:
1 x 10 windscreen for microphone

Kindly Reminder

1)Please note that this microphone cover not for headset mic.

2)We pack this mic foam cover in a plastic bag and they have a great stretch, so please let them sit for a few days and no affect use. If you still have any questions, just feel free to contact us. Thank you. :)

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