GDE KUPITI FIMO EKSTRUDER?

Od objavljivanja recenzije o Fimo ektruderu svakodnevno mi stiže po nekoliko poruka sa pitanjem gde se može kupiti ova sjajna i veoma korisna alatka. Stanovnici Beograda Fimo ekstruder mogu kupiti direktno u sedištu kompanije TROPIC TRADE u Bulevaru Milutina Milankovića 1C, a ostali ga mogu poručiti posredstvom njihove nedavno redizajnirane i sa svim proizvodima iz Fimo programa ažurirane internet prodavnice. Inače, internet prodavnica Tropic Trade se od sada nalazi na novoj adresi: www.tropictrade.rs. Fimo program potražite u kategoriji Art i Hobby, a za sve dodatne informacije pozovite broj 011.30.16.100. Takođe, ekstruder možete nabaviti u prodavnici Stylish koja se nalazi na Slaviji.

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