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9 ft. x 61 Artificial Christmas Tree

9 ft. x 61 in. - Augustine Pine - 1505 Realistic Molded Tips - 650 Multi-Color Incandescent Mini Lights - Vickerman Artificial Christmas Tree

9 ft. x 61 Artificial Christmas Tree Image
9 ft. x 61 Artificial Christmas Tree Image

9 ft. x 61 Artificial Christmas Tree

9 ft. x 61 in. - Augustine Pine - 1505 Realistic Molded Tips - 650 Multi-Color Incandescent Mini Lights - Vickerman Artificial Christmas Tree

With the rich look and feel of a fresh-cut Pine, you'll hardly notice that Vickerman's Augusta Pine is an artificial Chr... View More Details

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SKU: CMSG-G113382
Brand:Vickerman
MPN (Part No.):G113382
Family:Augusta Pine
Bulb Color:Multi-Color
Bulb Type:Dura-Lit Incandescent
Number of Bulbs:650
Number of Tips:1505
Tree Color:Green
Material:PE/PVC/Realistic Molded Tips
Tree Shape:Standard
Height in Feet:9
Diameter:61 in.
Warranty:5 Year

Description

With the rich look and feel of a fresh-cut Pine, you'll hardly notice that Vickerman's Augusta Pine is an artificial Christmas tree. The tips of each limb are made of injection-molded polyethylene, making them virtually indistinguishable from the real thing, and to make for a truly full tree, the inner branches are made of finely textured, deep green PVC. Finally, because any Christmas tree isn't complete without lights, this towering 9 foot tree is pre-lit with multi-color mini lights precisely woven through each branch.

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Features

Dura-Lit brand patented technology utilizes a microprocessor inside each socket to manage power flow and power consumption to each bulb independently. The chip manages the maximum wattage to each bulb even when multiple bulbs are burned out, broken, twisted or removed. Dura-Lit technology is recommended for use in applications where the light string cannot be checked regularly for burned out bulbs, buildings with fluctuating power and installs where a light string failure needs to be avoided.

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