This Fibre Optic Green Xmas Tree with Multi Coloured LED Lights and Baubles by The Christmas Centre will create a merry and bright Christmas atmosphere in your home.
Illuminated in a variety of colours, which change continuously for a festive and vibrant feeling thanks to the use of multi coloured fibre optics within the branches.
You'll also find lots of silver baubles that you can easily place on the tree, which will enhance the tree's overall appearance. As light filters through the snowflake-shaped cut-outs, charming patterns dance across your walls.
Low power consumption is achieved via optical fibre technology's low energy usage. When compared to a genuine tree, this artificial Christmas tree is far more affordable because it can be used every year. Additionally, its space-saving design allows for more room in your home.
Featuring a plastic or metal stand, this will keep your tree firmly in place.
Whether it's a 2ft tree in a kids' room or a 6ft centerpiece in the living room, it's a perfect fit!
The pictures displayed are of our actual trees. Despite being carefully wrapped, all trees must be put together properly to achieve the intended appearance.
Assemble the tree foundation first, and then insert the lower section (if necessary). Until you find the electrical connection point, extend the branches of the upper section below.
Once the connection is made, attach the upper and lower electrical connections before inserting the top section of the tree into the lower pole (this step is not necessary for 2ft, 3ft, or 4ft trees because they are all one-piece).
Working your way up from the bottom of the tree, fold the first layer of branches just above horizontal form; this should give the branches a thin "V" shape. Repeat this procedure for the other layers of your tree after you reach the top layer. If your tree includes ornaments or additional decorations, affix them before plugging in your tree!
Adjusting the back branches to a higher angle than the front branches can help if gaps are visible from various angles. This maintains a layered appearance while filling in the "visual gaps".
To disassemble the tree, start at the top and work your way down.