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Material: PVC plastic
Dimensions: Board - 19.6" x 19.6" (50 cm x 50 cm) Square - 2.16" x 2.16" (55 mm x 55 mm).
You're getting: Chess Board only (no pieces included).
Recommended Chess Piece Size: King Base - (40mm - 45mm) / (1.5" - 1.8")Shipping: FedEx/DHL/DHL 4-6 days delivery for North America, UK, AU, EU, IN IndiaPost 15-25 days delivery for rest of the world - Know More
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Looking for a chess board that will last long without burning a hole in your pocket then no look further, made with finest PVC plastic material this algebraic notation folding chess boards is super lightweight, wipes clean, & wrinkle free. This chess board is easy to transport compared to the flat chess boards, therefore you can carry this folding chess board easily to your tournaments, clubs, or next door. The board itself is light & thin for easy folding and has that nostalgic feel of chess in the older days. This folding board will lay flat yet easily foldable for storage in the bag. We are offering these chess boards at a very low price with free shipping.
The size of the board is 19.6" x 19.6" (50 cm x 50 cm) with square size of 2.16" x 2.16" (55 mm x 55 mm).
This PVC plastic chess board will last for years with a reasonable amount of care.
Always fold the board in the correct way.
Disclaimer: Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources or your monitor settings.
Shipping: We offer FREE SHIPPING anywhere in the world. For North America, UK, Australia, Europe, and India the item will be shipped by FedEx expedited service and for Latin America, Russia, Japan and the rest of the world, it will be shipped by India Post Regd. Parcel. Delivery period may vary from 4-6 days for FedEx and 15-25 days for Registered Parcel. We assure you that you won't pay any additional taxes or customs duty after your payment at chessbazaar.com. Know More
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