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Christmas Trees: GE 7.5' Aspen Artificial Fir Pre-Lit 750-LED + Google Nest Mini EXPIRED

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I have the 7.5 holiday living tree which I bought last year. It is beautiful for sure, and easy to set up, but when I got it out this year, about 35 lights didn't turn on immediately. Then those 35 started flickering on and off for a couple of days before it seems like they are fairly solidly on now. Obviously I'm worried this tree will not last another year.

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Was able to get free shipping👍
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Ordered with free shipping. We'll see. It was also allowing ordering for in store pickup at stores that had no inventory.
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I have the 7.5 holiday living tree which I bought last year. It is beautiful for sure, and easy to set up, but when I got it out this year, about 35 lights didn't turn on immediately. Then those 35 started flickering on and off for a couple of days before it seems like they are fairly solidly on now. Obviously I'm worried this tree will not last another year.
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Get the GE one over the Holiday Living tree. It has twice as much tips (important for artificial trees). The only thing is the storage. That's the only draw back.
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Get the GE one over the Holiday Living tree. It has twice as much tips (important for artificial trees). The only thing is the storage. That's the only draw back.
What is bad about the storage?
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Get the GE one over the Holiday Living tree. It has twice as much tips (important for artificial trees). The only thing is the storage. That's the only draw back.
Why is storage a problem? Do you mean because it's more work to "unfluff" the tree for storage?
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Any recommendation for Christmas tree that isn't prelit and has more of a fuller effect and is about 7.5 or 9ft tall? Price range is around $200.
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I have the 7.5 holiday living tree which I bought last year. It is beautiful for sure, and easy to set up, but when I got it out this year, about 35 lights didn't turn on immediately. Then those 35 started flickering on and off for a couple of days before it seems like they are fairly solidly on now. Obviously I'm worried this tree will not last another year.
Can you easily replace the bulbs on that tree?
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Got free shipping as well. The app wouldn't let me at first, kept defaulting to pickup. Then I chose truck delivery and pivoted to shipping.
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I have the 7.5 holiday living tree which I bought last year. It is beautiful for sure, and easy to set up, but when I got it out this year, about 35 lights didn't turn on immediately. Then those 35 started flickering on and off for a couple of days before it seems like they are fairly solidly on now. Obviously I'm worried this tree will not last another year.
Is it easy to store away?
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What's the consensus? This one or the one at home depot also $79?
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Ordered the holiday living one with free shipping. Even if it only lasts 2 years it's still cheaper and easier than getting a real one.
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What's the consensus? This one or the one at home depot also $79?
Home Depot $79 (for me) doesn't have delivery & states to check local stores for availability. I ordered the 7.5 HL from Lowe's, shipped to the house.
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