Philips LED Lighted Tinsel Tree

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Another weekend, another new lighted display. This time, it’s the Philips LED Lighted Tinsel Tree.

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The tree has a nice bright green color but is somewhat oval-shaped and is lit with 280 LED lights.

Other features include:

– Combination of steady illuminateing and twinkling lights

– Lights cannot be converted from twinkling to steady illuminating

– 30 extra bulbs included (5 of each color)

– 4 spare G40 covers

– 3 spare 120 V, 3A fuses included

– Electrical rating: 120V, 60 Hz, 32.4 Watts

– Bulb wattage: 0.04/0.06W

– Plug cord length: 72″ or 1.82 m

– 4 stakes provided for stability

– Assembly required

– Suitable for indoor or outdoor

– Dimensions: 35″ W x 60″ H (88.9 cm W x 1.5m H)

– Made in China

The Philips LED Lighted Tinsel Tree is priced at $129.99.

Item number 751942.

Inventory and pricing at your store will vary and are subject to change at any time.

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  • Vidya Shankar

    I bought the one on display for 80 bucks. Very nice tree and well worth the money. Of course, I didn’t get the use manual or the replacement bulbs. Can someone please share the user manual with me? Need to find out if all 4 tiers can be separated.

    • Olli

      hi Vidya,
      Congrats on scoring the floor model for $80! There’s a customer service number listed on the box. It’s 800-763-6177, Monday to Friday 9 to 5 CST. Maybe you can call them up and ask for the manual?
      Regards,
      Olli

      • Vidya Shankar

        Olli,
        Thanks for the number. I called them but they don’t have the manual or the replacement bulbs (not that we need any for now). Do you know if the 4 tiers come apart separately? Our top 3 tiers are kind of at an angle over the bottom one and I am just wondering how to fix it. I don’t want to try and stretch the wireframe without knowing what I am doing and break something in the process. Any help is appreciated!

        Vidya Shankar.

        • Olli

          hi Vidya,
          I don’t know if the 4 tiers come apart separately but I think they do because on the box, it stated that “assembly is required” (?). The box didn’t seem big enough to hold the entire tree as a whole either. Hopefully someone else who bought this tinsel tree will see this post and answer your question.
          Regards,
          Olli