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9Ft. Pre-Lit Natural Cut Frasier Fir with 1000 Clear Lights - Gerson

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  • SKU: 6290--90C
  • Brand: GERSON
  • Type: HOME DECOR
  • Availability: In Stock

9Ft. Pre-Lit Natural Cut Frasier Fir with 1000 Clear Lights - Gerson

Create an authentic living Christmas tree look in your home without the mess! This wonderfully full tree includes 4201 natural cut Frasier Fir tips that look and feel like a real Frasier Fir tree, and is intertwined with 1000 clear incandescent lights. Add your favorite decorations and ornaments to make it even more unique! UL-Listed and flame resistant for safety, you will have peace of mind while enjoying your pre-lit Christmas tree for years to come!Measuring at 9-feet tall with 67-inch diameter when assembled, this tree will enhance the holiday atmosphere in any home. With 9-foot long green lead cord and a sturdy metal four-pronged base stand included, this electric-powered tree affords convenience for placement anywhere you choose. Tree arrives in a reusable storage box measuring 52-inches long by 17.5-inches wide and 22-inches tall.

  • Assembled Tree Dimensions: 67InL by 67InW by 108InH
  • Pre-Strung with 1000 Clear Incandescent lights; Replacement Bulbs Included
  • Equipped with 4201 branch tips to show off your favorite ornaments and decorations
  • Includes 32-Inch Diameter Metal Four Prong Stand for Stability in any Environment
  • Operates by Green 108'' Lead Cord Allowing Versatility in Placement
  • Tree is UL-Listed and Fire Resistant for Safety.

  • Product Specs:
    Color: Green

    Powered By: No

    Batteries Included: No

    Light Color: Incandescent

    Material: 40% PE (Polyethylene)/PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride), 30% Lights, 30% Metal PiPE (Polyethylene)

    Indoor/Outdoor Use: Indoor

    Assembly Required: Yes



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