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Product Description

  • Natural Snow Tips
  • 2m (H)
  • Mixture of PE/PVC Branches

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7ft PE Snow Tipped Pine Christmas Tree

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Product Code: TR650NST

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Product Description

  • Natural Snow Tips
  • 2m (H)
  • Mixture of PE/PVC Branches

More Details

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Make sure your home stands out this Christmas with this stunning Natural Snow Tipped Pine Tree. The tree itself is adorned with a mixture of natural PVC and PE branches, which when combined with the natural snow tip design, will ensure you are the envy of your friends and family this Christmas.

The hinged branches will fold out easily to ensure easy installation year after year, and the 4 point base holds this magnificent 2m tree up superbly. Don't miss out on this great item!

Size 7ft
Colour Green
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Branch Type Hinged
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Brand Premier
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CE Certified Yes
Does the product comply with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety and environmental protection legislation, in practice by many of the so-called Product Directives.
Indoor or Outdoor Indoor
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Material PE and PVC
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