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Sterling Tree Company Lightly Flocked Snowbell Pine Pre-Lit Full Christmas Tree

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Product Overview
  • 7-ft. tree; 53-in. base width
  • Long PE/PVC needle construction; classic pine tree shape
  • Tip count: 595
  • Bulb count: 450 LED lights
  • Light color: Clear
Specifications
Overview
  • 7-ft. tree; 53-in. base width
  • Long PE/PVC needle construction; classic pine tree shape
  • Tip count: 595
  • Bulb count: 450 LED lights
  • Light color: Clear
  • Green branches with light white flocking
  • Includes metal stand - quick and easy assembly
  • Bulbs will remain lit if one burns out
  • Removing a bulb causes all lights in the section to go out
What's Included
Pre-lit tree
Stand
Replacement bulbs
Description

Remarkably realistic, the Sterling Tree Company Lightly Flocked Snowbell Pine Pre-Lit Full Christmas Tree is modeled after live pines and colored in natural hues to give each branch the look of lush green needles covered in morning frost. This slim tree offers 595 tips with convincing PVC needles, bright LED bulbs, and lovely little details like pine cones nestled between the branches. This tree can be assembled and shaped with ease to achieve a full and lifelike look. Includes stand and replacement bulbs. Simple plug into any standard outlet and watch the dazzling LEDs come to life.

Maintenance & Care
Store neatly in a cool, dry location.
Specifications
Product Guarantee
We stand behind all the products we sell, and your satisfaction is our top priority. If you're not pleased with the quality of your purchase, call us at 1.888.880.4884 or visit our Returns Center for more information.

Manufacturer Warranty
This product has a 1-year limited manufacturer warranty. For more warranty information, please contact Gerson Company at 800-444-8172.
Return & Exchange Policy
You may return most new, unused, and resalable items for a refund or exchange within 30 days of delivery date.

Visit our Returns Center for complete information and step-by-step help.

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Q: How do you get the lights to stop blinking?
Submitted 4 years ago by Anonymous
Open Reply - Community Answer
A: This tree will always have twinkling lights. There is no way to stop this.
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