Accentuate the Christmas spirit this season by bringing in the Vickerman Flocked Alaskan 4.5' White Artificial Christmas Tree with 300 Clear Lights with Stand. This Christmas tree will surely liven up your mood and blend in well with your home decor. Christmas is a joyous occasion that brings home joy and happiness. And what better way to decorate your home than to bring a beautiful Christmas tree to your household. You can even put artificial snow on the tree and a star on the top to further compliment the beauty of the Christmas tree.
This Christmas tree from the house of Vickerman is dazzling in its appearance and comes in a crystal white color. It is part of the Flocked Alaskan collection. It is artificial, compact and comes with 349 tips. It requires assembly, but the process is quite easy. This tree has 300 clear dura-lit mini lights. The lights are incandescent and bright. The leaves of the tree have a bright whitish green color. The tree overall has a heavy duty metallic tree stand. It has a regular shape and uses a foot pedal type of switch. It is part of the Spruce Tree family, and the material of the frame is wooden. It includes a shunt and is cUL listed. The branches are foldable, and the tip material is made of polyvinyl chloride.
Vickerman believes in providing its consumers with top quality seasonal decorations including traditional and realistic looking artificial Christmas trees. Vickerman has been around for quite some time and has been consistently meeting its consumers’ demands. The Vickerman Flocked Alaskan 4.5' White Artificial Christmas Tree with 300 Clear Lights with Stand is no different when it comes to quality and appearance. So liven up the mood of your interior decor and purchase this beautiful Christmas tree, today.
- Artificial Christmas tree
- Prelit 300 clear Dura-Lit mini lights
- 349 Tips
- Heavy duty metal stand
- Manufacturer provides 3 years warranty on product
- Flocked Alaskan collection
- Tree Family: Spruce trees
- Product Warranty: 3 Year limited warranty
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