4.5' Full Carolina Fir Tree, 350 Multicolored Lamps

Item: U18899

$249.00

Reg. Price: $289.00
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A staggered profile with branches that expand outwards and upwards make the Carolina Fir an artificial Christmas tree that looks like it is still dominating its footprint in the forest. Flat sprays and a blend of dark and medium pigments in each patented TruTip complete the unique realistic presentation.

  • Carolina Fir Tree with Full profile
  • 4.5' in height
  • 40 Inches base width
  • 350 twist proof Multicolor lights
  • If one bulb goes out the rest stay lit
  • 1917 Green molded PE / PVC Rounded tips
  • Hinged construction for easy setup
  • Includes: Extra Bulbs and Fuses, Folding Metal Stand
  • Flame retardant and non-allergenic

Greenery:

  • Patented TruTip™ design results in the most realistic molded tips and needles
  • Multiple color pigments used throughout rich green foliage
  • Staggered tips look natural and freshly cut from the forest
  • Full tree profile and traditional shape

Construction:

  • Metal hinged branches throughout for easy setup
  • Flame retardant and Non-allergenic
  • Industry leading 10 year warranty

Tree Lighting:

  • High bulb count for beautiful illumination
  • Twist proof bulbs stay secure
  • If one bulb burns out, the rest stay lit

Included Accessories:

  • Sturdy folding metal stand
  • Light tester, extra bulbs and fuses

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5 Stars

Reviewed by
on Saturday, December 15, 2012

Beautiful Carolina Prelit Tree

I love this little tree. I was looking for a small tree with lots of lights and this one has 350 on a 4.5 ft. tree. Lots of branch tips make it very full though it does take some time to shape it, it is well worth it.

4 Stars

Reviewed by
on Wednesday, November 21, 2012

4.5' carolina fir

It's a beautiful tree, but would have been nicer if the lights would have been more evenly distributed, rather sparce around the mid section as compared to the lower section.