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Why Have A Fiber Optical Christmas Tree?

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Fiber optical Christmas tree is the new trend of artificial Christmas trees. With no need of additional lights, these trees provide an economical way to have a tree that is different from all that you have seen.

So let’s know a little bit more about these trees.

But how do they work?

Fiber optical Christmas tree is made of branches of pure glass or plastic see through tube surrounded by a reflective coating. A diversity of colors is reflected, creating a beautiful effect of changing colors at the strands of the tree.

Benefits of fiber optical Christmas trees

These trees are way more economical and energy efficient, because they use 10 times less energy than Christmas bulbs.

The durability of fiber optic Christmas trees is longer than the average Christmas tree bulbs. It happens because the tree is resistant too possible damages, being easier to ship. If some of the lights get broke, it doesn’t influence the performance of the other ones.

If you have a house with children or if you have pets, know that fiber optical Christmas trees are safer. They are designed in order to don’t catch fire easily.

If you’re a big fan of decorating your Christmas tree, have no worries. You can still decorate your Christmas tree with your favorite Christmas decorations, you just don’t have the need to put more bulbs because the tree gives light itself.

If you are considering on buying a fiber optic Christmas tree, be aware of light coverage, because some trees have more lights built into their branches than other ones. Another characteristic that you should consider too, is lighting options because these fiber trees provide different color options and you can choose the one that best suits to your Christmas decoration.

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9 Responses

  • Most brands come with internal fiber optics that are designed to reflect one or several light colors. You may also opt for replaceable LEDs that are usually used to decorate the artificial tree.

    • I wonder if you can help me. I’ve had a 5 ft fiber optical tree for about 10 years. It is pretty but not as full as I would like it. This year. Since I place it somewhat in the corner of my room, I had the great idea of snipping off a couple of the back limbs and placing them in the front–not good idea, as I’ve learned. I see that there is a connection there that I did not know about and I can see the lights in the stub where I snipped it.
      So, have I ruined the tree? Is it dangerous to use? I’ve searched but can’t find answer.

      • Hello, Nancy
        I think you should talk with someone from the store where you got the tree, to understand if it’s possible to fix it or not.
        Thanks for your question.

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