Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 26
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by AMMS Very Pretty Tree
My grandson and I went shopping today for our first artificial tree in over 20 years. After searching all the other stores with no luck, we found this tree at Home Depot. The price was perfect and it appeared to be a very traditional tree with many tips to bend so it has a more natural look than a lot of artificial trees we seen.
It took me quite awhile to set up as there are so many tips to fluff up, but I wasn't bothered by it. The lights are sufficient in quantity for me. I just wish they had a multicolored option. The only trouble I had was the top third of the tree I could not get to light even though all the plugs were connected. After adjusting the tip some more, I found the very top bulb to be broken. I took it out to replace it and the top lit up! When I put a replacement bulb in (which they supply a lot of) it went back out again. So, we left that top bulb out. Can't figure that out, but..it works.
We are very pleased with the tree as I sit back here in my chair admiring it. If you prefer a more old fashioned tree with irregular branches instead of a perfect triangle tree, you will love this one.
November 25, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by tbvgca Pretty Tree but has tendency to have top section of lights fail. Buyer Beware.
Purchased this tree last year, used 2 weeks then stored, put up this year and after decorating top set of lights went completely dark. Home Dept only responsible for 30 days, so after that you have to deal with manufacturer, who isn't Martha Stewart. Lights are on back order so that tells you something.
Pretty Tree but at a price, their claims that the lights don't go out are not good.
December 30, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by LightsOut Lights do not work
After setting up the tree, turning on the lights and fluffing out the branches, eventually discovered 5 branches would not work at all. Called 800# and was told to simply replace the bulbs that are not lit. Gee, that would have been about 50+ bulbs. My husband is an engineer and worked on fixing the situation, but as others have written --- lights don't work as promised. Returned the tree and didn't risk buying another. Just too many reviews of the same problem.....
November 28, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by MrGreen not all lights lit
a good looking tree,but if a bulb goes out you still have to find that one bulb and remove it before the other lights in the string come back on.Bought it on Friday and taking it back on Sunday.After set up one string was out.We tried looking for it with no luck.later on that night another set went out.Trading it in for the same tree(hopefully this one was just a fluke)
November 27, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by baileysoriginal This tree is stunning
I wanted a tree with the snowy effect but not the flocked look - after spending way too much time shopping for the perfect tree when I saw this one I knew it was exactly what I wanted - my only dilemma was choosing between the regular or LED lights. I chose this tree because it has a great balance of branches and lights and the lightly dusted snow look. It's well constructed and looks great. I would highly recommend this tree.
December 7, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tamasino 7.5 ft. Pre-Lit Snowy Pine Tree Clear
The best thing about this product is the snow on the tree. It is top quality and does not appear cheap or thrown on. If one light is out the entire strand stays on. Martha Stewart products are always top quality!
December 6, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cdavis4me Gorgeous tree!
Quick shipping! I ordered my tree on Sunday and received it on Thursday. Just set it up last evening, and love, love, love it! It looks very natural, and the pine cone accents & light snow flocking add just the homey country touch I was looking for.
A few warnings, however: first, the flocking is going to make a mess as you take the tree out of the box and set it up. Be prepared to vacuum afterwards. Secondly, this tree is not one that comes out of the box ready to go. The initial assembly is fairly quick; put the stand together, insert each of the three sections, connect the light plugs, and pull each of the branches down into place. However, once that is done you have to fluff out each of the branch stems, a somewhat timely and meticulous process. It took me over an hour, but the result is stunning.
I was prepared to have lighting issues as noted in several other postings, but only had one bulb that wasn't working when completely assembled; replaced it easily and no further issues (yet!).
One last thing that I found interesting; this tree is branded as a "Martha Stewart" tree, however I couldn't locate Martha's name or branding on the box or included paperwork. Frankly, I really don't care since I bought the tree because of its appearance, but I just think it's strange to use branding like that to help sell an item.
Nonetheless, I would highly recommend this tree to anyone who is used to having a "fake" tree and doesn't mind taking the time to set it up. I appreciated being able to assemble the tree and not worry about having to then add lights as well.
December 3, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Diana Not worth the price
It's a pretty enough tree, but not particularly impressive for the price. If you can live without the attached pine cones and some white stuff that will end up all over your house and probably not last three seasons, you can find a similar tree for much less. Definitely don't buy it without actually seeing it first.
December 2, 2011