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[Walmart] Nine Foot Christmas Tree

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[Walmart] Nine Foot Christmas Tree

I searched for a long time for a tall Christmas tree with a slimmer base. I found this 9-foot pre-lit tree for $300. It was the best deal I could find. Walmart just dropped the price to $75 and they price matched for me. Ho ho holy smokes that's a great deal for a pre-lit 9-foot tree, 750 lights.
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freewheelin76 wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 2:07 pm
Are they LEDs?
Nope, not LEDs. I have this tree and it's pretty easy to setup. The only issue I have is the base will wobble if the surface is not completely flat. I had to use wooden coasters to elevate two of the four legs to minimize the wobble, and even then, it was still a tad wobbly. Keep in mind that if you use a tree topper, it will surpass the 9' height so account for the extra clearance.
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I should measure, but are most homes 9 or 10 ft ceilings now?
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Ceiling height can vary even from room to room. I would measure just to be sure. This tree truly is 9' & then add any tree topper height. Many trees > 7 ft, have a minimum 5.5 ft base width, which takes up a lot of space. The widest dimension of this tree is 50" but thankfully it doesn't look like a bullet lol
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Dec 23, 2010
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FYI, as stated, these are not LEDs, will cost about $8 dollars in electricity to run for 6 hours a day over 1 month period. Also greater heat/fire hazard than LEDs.
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we have this tree and get a lot of compliments.

Easy to setup (make sure to keep the box!)
Sturdy
I have to bend the top of the tree a bit to get our star on it but thats it!
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millsthrills I am not sure how to reply directly to your comment. I know the tree lights are not LED, do you find they get too hot? I trust the built-in safety features. Can someone please tell me how to directly reply to a comment? Thanks Grinning Face
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askmom wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 4:10 pm
millsthrills I am not sure how to reply directly to your comment. I know the tree lights are not LED, do you find they get too hot? I trust the built-in safety features. Can someone please tell me how to directly reply to a comment? Thanks Grinning Face
if on desktop, prepss "Reply with quote"
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daviiiiiid wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 4:24 pm
if on desktop, prepss "Reply with quote"
I am on a mobile, not a desktop so I will try responding by clicking quote. Thanks
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A not LED Christmas tree regular price at Walmart for $375? Seems a bit inflated
Not really a good one if you need to spend extra $15 - 20 to buy LED lights
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Fake tree's are gross. If you do not use a real tree then you are not celebrating xmas.

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