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Instant Pull Up Christmas Trees

Updated on December 7, 2012

Collapsible Christmas Trees for Displays or Home Use

For a quick Christmas display or simply for ease of use, Pull-Up Trees meet the need. These artificial collapsible trees literally pull up for an instant tree and then collapse for easy storage. Use them in offices, dorms, homes, nursing homes, as portrait sets, as stage props or anywhere a quickly set up tree is needed.

Range of sizes is 4.5' to 6' tall. Choose from six options of decorated colors and 2 sizes.

Shown here is the BrylaneHome Flat-To-Fabulous Fully Decorated, Pre-Lit 6FT Tree - Choose color

Holiday Decor
Holiday Decor

When you need a tree NOW!

Hand decorating and careful lighting are our first choices when time is not an issue. But when time, travel and ease of use are the most important aspects of getting the tree up and displayed, pull up trees meet the need.

Collapsible Pre Lighted Christmas Tree
Collapsible Pre Lighted Christmas Tree

6ft. Pull Up Pre Lighted Artificial Tree

Choose from clear lights or multi-colored lights

Pre-Lit Pull-Up Christmas Tree, Clear

Collapses flat for easy storage.

Multi-toned branches for added visual appeal.

Tree is 6 feet tall with a 36-inch diameter.

Pre-lit with 400 lights

* Weather-proofed for use either indoors or outside.

Tree rises up instantly. Use indoors or outdoors. Either way, the lights are sealed and weather-proof. Durable wire frame. Choice of 400 multicolored lights or 400 clear lights & red berry lights gathered into clusters. Also included with the tree: 1 Outdoor Spike, 4 Stakes and 1 Indoor Metal Tree Stand.

How to Set up a Pull Up Tree - Easy Peasy! - Instructions and Example - Trees may vary slightly

*Many products are unavailable outside of the holiday season

2 Foot Trees

Have you ever seen or used a Pull Up Tree?

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    • oddobjective profile image


      5 years ago

      I have never hear of a Pull Up Tree before....great idea! I might have to get one next year.

    • Virginia Allain profile image

      Virginia Allain 

      6 years ago from Central Florida

      What a terrific idea. Storing the current giant tree is a real pain. It's too heavy to move around and takes up a lot of space in storage.

    • Gamganny profile image


      7 years ago

      Haven't seen one or didn't know if I did. These are great!


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