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Large Rectangle With PVC Pockets

$140.00

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The rectangle pocket poser is approximately 40"x50" and 16" tall. It is our biggest poser.

If you would like it taller you can add height to your poser here http://www.littledreamerprops.com/product/customize-the-height-of-your-poser

The bean bag consists of white vinyl fabric with a Velcro closer which is perfect for those newborn shoots as it is waterproof and makes for easy clean up should one of those angels have an accident while shooting.

PVC / Pockets: This square poser is made with pockets to easily attach a PVC backdrop to the poser. This allows for you to easily move you poser from one spot to another without messing with the backdrop. At this time the poser does NOT come with the PVC backdrop. You will need to purchase it separately at a home improvement store such as Home Depot or Lowe's. There will be instructions included with your package on what to purchase. You will need PVC pipes, elbows and T's. Approximate price for the PVC is $25. Due to our competitors, sizes of the PVC will not be released before your order ships.

A Note Regarding Filling:
The Bean Bags DO NOT come filled due to the size and shipping cost. Each bag takes approximately 7-8 bags of the 3.5 cubic feet bags. The fill can be purchased at Wal-Mart (online and shipped to the store nearest you for free). I actually prefer packing peanuts to bean bag fill as it is much easier to fill.

Little dreamers Props is not responsible for packages that are damaged, lost or stolen.

**Although this poser is made from High quality vinyl, it is not immune to harm. To avoid punctures or rips keep poser away from sharp object and chemicals. The Poser is meant to be used solely as a prop for newborns and not to be used as a bed, chair, toy or other device. Never leave baby unattended and always have a spotter while shooting. Bean bag fill could potentially be a choking hazard if swallowed or inhaled, never leave small children unattended and always store in a safe area in your home or studio