Afraid of trouble? Choose an artificial Christmas tree

A study by the "American Christmas Tree Association" predicts that 85% of U.S. households have an artificial Christmas tree and will use it repeatedly, generally for an average of 11 years, and that good quality artificial Christmas trees are easier to take apart and store. When selecting, consumers should pay attention to the tree's simulation, assembly method, size, sturdiness and warranty, and consider whether they need lights, to create snow effects or other decorations.

When selecting an artificial Christmas tree, the Consumer Reports website suggests that it is best to select one with a high degree of simulation so that it can be preserved for a longer period of time, and to pay attention to the way the tree branches are assembled. In the center of the main trunk, there is also the tree has been partially assembled (Hinhged), so that the installation is easier, but also more expensive; another should also select the bottom of the tree solid, to prevent overturning; if you choose to have installed lights Christmas tree, in order to prevent the bulbs suddenly burned out and do not know which kind of bulbs with.

Post time: Nov-01-2022