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This Kurt Adler 7' Pine Tree is a beautiful, classic way to add to your holiday décor. With a realistic full, thick green design, this tree has 1026 tips, a 50" girth, and stands on an included metal base. This tree is unlit, meaning you have the freedom to decorate with your own lighting design, in addition to your favorite tree ornaments.
- Product Dimensions: 46.5 x 46.5 x 84 inches
- Shipping Weight: 27.4 pounds
- Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
- Origin: Imported (China)
- Shipping Advisory:: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
- ASIN: B00627UGRC
- Item model number: TR2326
Love this Tree!!
Actually 7′ and Full
Only down side was that the instructions were in a foreign language, but it’s 4 pieces and pretty self explanatory.
Designer? Maybe, maybe not, but it looks promising regardless!
I wasn’t going to get this tree up just yet, but other reviewers concerns got me to open the box and check it out.
First off, like others recently, I got a box from “Galvas – Noel”. Apparently, somewhere from Italy (which makes sense, as the instructions are in Italian). The model number that matches the online searches for Kurt S. Adler trees is a label put over whatever was originally written on the box. Hmm. Suspicious. There was a shipping label on my box from a Kurt S. Adler location, however, so that made me feel a bit better. It could very well be an arrangement between Adler and an Italian reseller, and when they went belly up, they had all these Italian boxed trees to get rid of. Entirely possible, but I cant tell you for certain either way. I will have photos of the box and contents up here right after this goes live.
Okay… so we don’t know if it’s name brand. I paid 99 dollars I think, and Kurt S Adler trees can go for hundreds. Fair enough. As long as it’s a good tree with a replaceable metal stand, I’ll be happy regardless. That’s all I really wanted, anyway. So.. let’s go into the tree:
It has the metal stand, and It does seem to be the right style. Maybe not so super bright green as my pc shows it, but the tips needles taper at the ends just like the photo. And there are *a lot* of tips. This tree is in 3 pieces, where the branches are attached and swing down. It still needs some random fluffing of the tree, but it looks sooo much easier and fuller than my old artificial tree! No more A-Z tier lettering! Woohoo!
Anyway, back to the tips. On the top third, the top of the tree, there must be at least 50+ tips that are along the top that are not on branches. Seriously… I quickly counted 20 and it just. kept. going. So, minimum 50. On the branches of said third, there were at least 119 tips. So.. for the top third, 150 tips+, conservatively. Again, I did not want to drag everything out and set it up, but I checked the bottom most branch of the tree. This thing has 20 tips. On one branch. And there were an awful lot of branches down there. If the rest of the tree is any indication of how full the top looks, I am gonna be one happy momma. I can see this being legitimately 1000 tips as advertised.
Last time I looked at Walmart, their cheapy trees were going for 70-90 dollars. So, for 99 dollars, it was worth a shot. So far, I am pleased, but I will update again once it’s up and fulled (very likely with photos).