Rockhound Emblem Water Bottle with I Love Rocks, 600ml


Rockhound Emblem Water Bottle with I Love Rocks, 600ml

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Same as the Rockhound Emblem Stainless Steel Travel Mug (above) with the addition of "I Love Rocks" on the the back, or is it the front, side.
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