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The Christmas Tree Halo is a device that will enable you to light your Christmas tree up with thousands of red and green twinkling laser lights. Each one has a round base that will sit under or can be wrapped around the trunk of virtually any holiday tree, and each base also has three flexible arms. Once adjusted to an ideal angle for your tree, these arms have been designed to bathe your tree in colored light from three different directions.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Christmas Tree Halo is $39.99 plus $9.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Christmas Tree Halo at the discounted price of only $19.99 for a total price of $69.97.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( www.gettreehalo.com ) which was taken offline due to Christmas Tree Halo being discontinued. Christmas Tree Halo may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( www.gettreehalo.com ) which was taken offline due to Christmas Tree Halo being discontinued. Christmas Tree Halo may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.


How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Place Base On Ground

    To set up this device, start by placing its base on the floor. If your tree has a tripod-like base, the base of your halo will likely be able to fit directly underneath it. However, if your tree has a thicker trunk, that trunk will have to rest in the center of the halo's open, circular base, and this may necessitate you picking up your tree and moving it.

  2. Adjust Arms

    Once you've laid your base down, you'll notice that each Christmas Tree Halo has three flexible arms that'll move up and down and to the left or right. You'll need to adjust the angle of each one so that it points at your tree, or else some of your laser lights might show up on the opposite wall instead!

  3. Plug In The Device

    After your halo's arms have been adjusted, you can then plug your halo into the nearest electrical outlet. Following that, your tree will light up with red and green twinkle lights. If the lights don't evenly cover the tree, you may have to adjust your halo's arms a bit again.

Features

  • Quick Setup

    Although it may take you a little longer, especially if you don't have much experience setting up things like this, the Christmas Tree Halo can be set up in two minutes or less. Even if you're not that fast at first, you might speed up in the next year you use yours, leaving you more time to add balls and other decorations to your tree.

  • Thousands of Lights

    If you were to use traditional strings of Christmas lights, you'd probably need to get several strings in order to add thousands of lights to your tree. With the Christmas Tree Halo, though, you'll get thousands of lights in two different holiday colors by installing just one device.

  • Works On All Trees

    One of these lighting devices will work on artificial and fake trees, regardless of their size. As a result, if you get a new Christmas tree, you'll be able to transfer your device to that new one without experiencing problems. You may have to adjust your halo's arms to suit the new tree, but that might only take you a few seconds.

  • Safe For Home, Kids, Pets

    Unlike the bulbs from some strands of traditional Christmas lights, there's no chance that the lights that come from your Christmas Tree Halo will set fire to your tree or anything in your home. There's also no risk of them giving your children or pets burns since they come from laser beams instead of individual bulbs.

  • Candy Cane Design Available

    The standard version of this halo has a green base and green arms, to match the shade of most Christmas trees, but if you want to get even more festive, an alternative version is available. With this version, instead of being green, the base and arms of each device have been made to look like red and white candy canes.

Positive Points

  • No Tangling

    Since each Christmas Tree Halo doesn't include bulbs on a string (or any sort of string at all) you won't have to deal with any tangling and untangling when using yours. If you use ordinary Christmas lights, you might have to spend up to a half hour untangling the tangled strings before you hang them up, but that won't be so with this halo. You'll be able to immediately get to work setting it up under your tree and have that done in several minutes, at most.

  • No Chairs, Stretching Required

    With standard Christmas lights, you might have to stretch on your tiptoes or get up onto a chair in order to add lights to the top of a tall tree. This can be tiring, especially for people who are suffering from any sort of physical pain. Fortunately, once you start using a Christmas Tree Halo, you won't have to engage in this physical labor or trade your tall tree in for a shorter one. All you'll need to do is point one or more of your halo's arms towards the top of your tree, and it'll light up.

  • Can Use With Ordinary Lights

    If you've got one or more strings of ordinary Christmas lights, and don't want to stop using those, pairing one of these halos with ordinary bulbs is an option. With this, however, it's best to set the halo up before you've added the strings of lights, so nothing else is in the way while you work with the halo. For those users who have strings of lights permanently attached to their trees, you should just leave the strings of lights off while you install your halo.

  • Single Lights Won't Burn Out

    Often, a single light or two will burn out on a string of Christmas lights, which may affect your tree's attractiveness. You won't have to worry about that if you use a Christmas Tree Halo, though. With this device, as long as it's plugged in, all the lights will be on.

Negative Points

  • Only Two Colors

    Some strands of Christmas lights come in all kinds of colors, such as yellow, pink and blue, along with the traditional red and green. If you enjoy a multicolored tree, yet you don't want to work with strands and a halo together, you could be disappointed that each halo projects only red and green lights. It would be beneficial if the traditional red and green halo could stay in existence, but a multicolored one (and perhaps one in solid white) could become available, too.

  • Not For Outdoor Use

    You can use the Christmas Tree Halo on any Christmas tree indoors, but it's not specified that it's safe for outdoor use, so it's best to keep it inside. If you were to put it outdoors, it may not be able to tolerate certain types of weather, such as rain and heavy snow. It could then end up damaged and non-functional. Plus, there's no way to get the base around a real tree outdoors, without cutting the tree down and putting it back into place.

Warnings

  • Be Careful With Arms

    When you're moving the arms of your Christmas Tree Halo, be sure that you don't pull on them aggressively. If one were to break off, you may not be able to aim a third of your lights at the right place on your tree any longer.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Christmas Tree Halo online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Christmas Tree Halo online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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Justin Tranchita - (Largo, FL)
Posted: 22 Jan 2019

Riddled With Lies

First of all this product has not been discontinued. Secondly it can be used outside and has a valve that slides to allow you to put it around trees without "cutting them down." It is a great product and comes in many colors. Our best bet is to visit the website.

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