2′ Snow White Artificial Christmas Tree – Unlit

June 5, 2017 - Comment

Product Features:Unlit 75 tips 2″ wide tips Medium profile tree 2-piece easy assembly (including stand) Comes with a FREE white plastic tree stand For indoor use only Dimensions: 2′ high (from the base of the stand to the top of the tree) 16″ base diameter (at the widest point) Distance from floor to the first

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(as of October 22, 2017 6:10 am UTC - Details)

Product Features:
Unlit
75 tips
2″ wide tips
Medium profile tree
2-piece easy assembly (including stand)
Comes with a FREE white plastic tree stand
For indoor use only

Dimensions: 2′ high (from the base of the stand to the top of the tree)
16″ base diameter (at the widest point)
Distance from floor to the first row of branches: 3.5″
Material(s): PVC/plastic

Product Features

  • Free-Standing-Format traditional-style decorative

Comments

Kristina says:

Smaller than the picture and description The tree is supossed to be 2 ft but what arrived was actually 18 inches. Doesn’t matter I had to have it to enter an art contest due by March 31st and it’s next to impossible to find Christmas trees of any size this time of year so I was glad to have something. The tree I received was a lot punier than what the picture depicts and the plastic base is really cheap and broke during normal handling. Lesson is you get what you pay for. For 10$ this product was ok but I wouldn’t ever pay more than…

Sheena says:

Perfect little tree! Ordered this little tree and then realized I needed the tree sooner than the delivery date. I wrote the supplier to see if I could get the tree soon, the tree arrived within 2 day 🙂 so happy!I don’t feel my picture does this tree justice, but its the perfect true to size tree!Little to NO needles fell off when fluffing, very happy with the seller and the tree.

Jancal says:

Peels open like an onion I think most people are complaining of a skimpy tree because they are not unpacking it properly. The tree arrives in a slim vertical box, and each branch must be pulled downward to create the full image pictured. Some branches are packed very close together, appearing as one piece, so observe carefully as you are doing the “onion peeling” (or, have the patience to arrange the tree as you would a bouquet of flowers, moving the branches around at different angles). My tree came out as…

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