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pop up Christmas tree?

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Haushinka Sun 30-Nov-14 19:47:33

Are they any good? Want a slim tree for the hall and like the fact that they come pre lit and with decs.

But are they fiddly/rubbish in reality?

lucysmam Sun 30-Nov-14 20:03:29

My neighbour has a white one up. It looks a bit bare - could do with a few extra baubles or stars or something chucked on imo but it looks alright to me smile

Haushinka Sun 30-Nov-14 20:36:23

Thanks. Hmm, I'll have a think. The white one is the one I like actually.

lucysmam Sun 30-Nov-14 20:37:35

I don't know how hard it was to put up. Can't imagine it'd be too fiddly.

It'd be perfect at the top of our stairs actually grin

Infinity8 Mon 01-Dec-14 17:32:16

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Nicename Mon 01-Dec-14 17:43:58

I got one from Lakeland and it is great. We are tight for space and its a slim one. It has ribbons, baubles and lights! We add our own decorations too and its fine, really.

Very easy to put up - 2 long poles that fit together, 3 feet that slot on and the tree bit is like a large coil of very heavy tinsel. You just hold the tip and pull it up, and the tree pops up. It "hangs' by a little cap on the inside of the tip.

Not the ten foot pine my mum used to get each year, but its the thought that counts!

Haushinka Tue 02-Dec-14 00:11:58

Thanks everyone. I ended up getting the silver one from Argos and I love it! Thinking about getting another and putting them in living room either side of chimney breast instead!

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