Top 15 Best Pre-Lit Artificial Christmas Trees
Whether you get a pre-lit version or add strands of LED holiday lights, your tree will serve as a glowing centerpiece for Christmas festivities. Some people don’t like the fuss and mess of a live tree, while others have allergies that preclude them from having a real evergreen. If you choose a Pre-Lit Artificial Tree for Christmas, consider the size, accent, and height. Use these ideas as a guide when purchasing your Pre-Lit Artificial Christmas Trees for the holidays.
This top is based on Pre-Lit Artificial Christmas Trees Trends for 2015.
7′ Artificial Pre-Lit Champagne Evergleam Tinsel Christmas Tree The lush, full branches are finished in shimmering champagne tones to provide an elegant backdrop for your treasured ornaments. The ultimate centerpiece for holiday festivities, it arrives prewired with 150 indoor clear LED lights. Includes a sturdy metal stand and a handy storage bag to neatly stow it away when the holidays are over. Color-changing LED lights in each tree Large tree: 18 in (45.7 cm) Medium tree: 15 in (38.1 cm) Small tree 10.5 in (26.6 cm)
Brylanehome 7′ Deluxe Pine Cone Christmas Tree
This pre-lit Christmas tree arrives trimmed with 71 pine cones for an extra special touch of holiday spirit. Mixed cashmere tips also make for greenery that brings a beautiful look to your home. measures: 7’H 46″ girth features 937 tips 500 UL lights mixed cashmere tips/PVC/pine cones/steel/glass/copper/fabric imported spread a merry feel throughout your home with wreaths, garlands and festive bedding!
Classic Flocked Slim Pre-Lit Christmas TreeClassic Flocked Slim Pre-Lit Christmas Tree, it will look like it’s just seen a fresh snowfall. At 7.5 feet, this handsome artificial Christmas tree isn’t too large for standard-sized ceilings, and this slim tree features a 36-inch base that stands on a stable, metal stand. The PVC branches support 750 tips that give it that lush look and also house 300 clear lights, so once you stand it up, all you need are a few decorations and you’re ready to start the holidays
Hallmark Artificial Pre-lit Flocked Sugared Spruce Christmas Tree with Shaping GlovesCreate a Winter Wonderland Hints of glitter give this delicately flocked Sugared Spruce just the right amount of sparkle. The lush, full branches are decorated with frosted pinecones and come prewired with 600 indoor LED lights for a brilliant glow. Quick Set® technology uses a single plug to light the entire tree to ensure your seasons are merry and bright for many holidays to come. Fuss-Free and Fanciful Innovative Simple Shape tips require minimal shaping so you can get your tree trimming party started in an instant.
Winter Park Full Pre-lit Christmas TreeThe Winter Park Pre-Lit Full Christmas Tree is sure to light up your holidays with its unique, eye-catching look. An abundance of lush white foliage makes an exquisite backdrop for your festive decorations. The fire-retardant tree is loaded with tips for a dense design. Strung with lots of bright clear or multi-colored lights, this tree’s hinged-branch construction makes it easy to assemble.
Classic Tinsel Full Pre-lit Christmas Tree with Clear LightsThe 800 pre-strung clear lights eliminate the need for messy wires and shimmer off the silver branches like beacons of holiday joy. Illuminating the tree is as easy as plugging in the standard 3-prong electrical plug. When the season is over, just wrap up the cord and store until next season. Bring home this beautiful artificial tree, and enjoy it for years upon years.
Pre-Lit Pop Up Decorated Red Plaid Artificial Christmas Tree
Tree features holly leaf accents and is decorated with red poinsettias and solid red and plaid ribbons. The tree is finished off with matte red and gold shatterproof ball ornaments.
Noble Fir Prelit Tree – 14′ Full Pre-lit Noble Fir Tree, 2800 Clear LampsThis 14′ high Noble Fir will stun with its impressive size and thickness. It has the most lifelike appearance. With a high light count, it adds a glowing warmth to any household design.
Vickerman Copper Slim Fir Pre-lit Christmas Tree Clear is a beautiful copper-colored fir tree that boasts a variety of features to make your holiday special. The tree features PVC tips with hinged branch construction, as well as an on/off foot pedal switch for your convenience.
National Tree Copenhagen Spruce Hinged Tree with 40 Flocked Cones & 750 Clear Lights, 7.5′This Copenhagen blue spruce tree is trimmed with flocked pine cones with branch coloring that offers a two-tone appearance. It features feel real branch tip technology, creating a tree with remarkable realism. These crush-resistant branch tips are molded from real tree branches for an authentic living tree appearance. This tree is pre-strung with 750 clear lights that remain lit even if a Bulb burns out.
Feel-Real National TreeThis Douglas Fir benefits from two of finest features: Feel-Real branch tips for unparalleled realism and DUAL-COLOR low-voltage LED lights. Change the color of the lights on the tree from soft white to multi-color with the tap of the included foot switch. LED bulbs are long-lasting and energy-efficient, the hinged branch construction makes assembly easy. 59″ diameter at base, includes metal tree stand.
Some families in the U.S. and Canada will put up a Christmas tree a week prior to American Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday of November), and Christmas decorations can show up even earlier in retail stores, often the day after Halloween (31 October). Some households do not put up the tree until the second week of December, and leave it up until 6 January (Epiphany). In Germany, traditionally the tree is put up on 24 December and taken down on 7 January.
In Italy and Argentina, along with many countries in Latin America, the Christmas tree is put up on 8 December (Immaculate Conception day) and left up until 6 January. In Australia, the Christmas tree is usually put up on 1 December, which occurs about a week before the school summer holidays; except for South Australia, where most people put up their tree after the Adelaide Christmas Pageant in late November. Some traditions suggest that Christmas trees may be kept up until no later than 2 February, the feast of the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple (Candlemas), when the Christmas season effectively closes