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Artificial Prelit Christmas Trees – Tips And Hints

Artificial Prelit Christmas Trees

 

 

We have the biggest collection of artificial prelit Christmas trees on the Internet plus the best prices and quality anywhere. Now available, the artificial prelit Christmas tree of your choice: under 6’, 6-7’, 7-8’, 8-9’, 9-12’ and 12-24’ complete with decorative lights, bases and storage/carry bags. Artificial Christmas trees at lowest prices! Get the advantage on this year’s Christmas decorating with cheap, easy to store artificial trees that will last for years.

The quality of Christmas lights on prelit Xmas trees is a good gauge of the general quality of the tree. The number one indicator of quality lights on your Xmas tree is that the milliamp rating is greater than 170mA.There are many options for artificial Xmas trees, but the artificial tree with multi-colored lights has become more popular in recent years. The Douglas Fir artificial Xmas tree is available in your choice of clear or multi-colored bulbs, and it truly exudes the magic of the holidays.  However, the real beauty of having a prelit tree for Christmas is that it simplifies the time-consuming process of untangling and testing lights.

The History Of Christmas Trees

 The Christmas tree had its beginnings in early cultures, when the boughs of evergreen trees were brought indoors to protect inhabitants from the evil spirits that could cause starvation and illness. Ancient people spread the boughs of these trees over their floors, doors and around their windows. The boughs of the evergreen tree were also used to keep away illness. Further north, the Celtic Druids had no prelit trees, but they used evergreens on the darkest day of the year to symbolize eternal life.

 

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