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  1. Blue Moon Risen - Live!
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Blue Moon Risen - Live!

Incredible! This frame lets you literally relive the moment Manchester City secured their first Premier League title. This Next Generation picture frame has a built-in battery powered LCD TV.

Celebrate Manchester City's last day, last gasp win to take their first Premier League title on May 13th 2012. This frame even contains the same official Umbro team jersey that Manchester City was wearing during match play.

Battery powered built-in 10" high resolution LCD TV. Comes with short range remote control and wall charging system. 42 day standby, 16 hours of continuous use before charging is required. Soft wood frame. 82.68" x 29.92"

This technology centered next generation product uniquely creates an intense connection to those memorable Manchester City moments.

This is an official product of the Premier League Archive.


¡Increíble! Este marco te permite revivir el momento en el que Manchester City aseguró su primer título en la Liga Premier Inglesa, el 13 de mayo de 2012. Este marco para fotos de Next Generation viene con una pantalla 10” LCD TV integrada, la cual que fun

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