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Grand Noble Artificial Christmas Tree with Commercial Lights

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Grand Noble Artificial Christmas Tree with Commercial Lights is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from gorgeous This is the most beautiful artificial tree I've ever seen. Each branch looks so real I couldn't differentiate it from a real one if I did not touch it. Even though it was expensive, it was totally worth the money. When I read about the remote control prior to buying this tree, I did not think much of it, but the remote control is extremely convenient. Especially since the tree is quite large, it would have been so difficult to crawl behind the tree every day to turn the lights on/off. Great-great investment! There is absolutely nothing bad I can say about it.
Date published: 2014-12-13
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Does the 10' height of the tree include the tree stand or would it be taller than 10'?

Asked by: Tcorliss
The height includes the tree stand. A "10' tree" will, once in the stand, touch the ceiling of a 10' room.
Answered by: Carrie1102
Date published: 2017-02-11

What is the difference between the Grand Noble tree and the Noble tree?

Asked by: Tcorliss
I hope this helps. I wasn't going to respond because I can't answer your exact question, and I hate when people answer with "I don't know, " or "Well, in the catalog it seems..." or something else unhelpful, but since no one had responded, I thought my similar (though not exactly the same) experience might assist you. We have the Grand Fraser Fir. We looked at the Fraser Fir, and the difference between the two was in width. The Grand Fraser is wider than the Fraser. We preferred the lok, and we had the space to fill up, so we went with the Grand Fraser and we love it. I will say that (and here my husband disagrees) I do think it looks a little too wide to pull off the "you can't even tell it's not real!" look, but we were never worried about that. I think it comes down to what you need and prefer. Tl;dr: The Noble probably isn't as wide as the Grand Noble, but that's based on my experience with the Grand Fraser Fir and the Fraser fir.
Answered by: Carrie1102
Date published: 2017-02-11

Quick light on Grand Noble?

If what you answered, above, is true, then WHY is it not in the description of the Grand Noble that it IS in fact, quick light?
Asked by: TCUHornedFrogs
Thank you for your interest in the Grand Noble Artificial Commercial Christmas Tree. We apologize for mistyping about the two types available. As stated in the product description, our Grand Noble trees have commercial lights and our Noble Firs feature quick lights.
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2014-11-28
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