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Santa's Solution

Model 300001352

Internet #205427456

Store SKU #1000398867

Ultimate Steel Tree Stand for Live Trees Up to 12 ft. Tall

$39.99 /each
  • Supports trees up to 7 in. diameter
  • Keeps tree perfectly straight and stable
  • Easy to set up in minutes

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Designed for heavy trees from 7-12 ft. or up to 7 in. trunk diameter, Santa's Solution Ultimate Tree Stand solves the age-old problem of erecting a tree in a perfectly straight, stable and secure position in just minutes. The patented Turn-Straight centering system automatically centers the trunk and allows the tree to be rotated in the stand for optimal branch positioning. The stand boasts an expansive 26 in. steel-rod base diameter and four rock-solid steel support pillars fastened with heavy-duty bolts. The raised-design support pillars grab the trunk at a higher point, providing even greater stability. A powder-coat paint finish and large 1.5-gallon plastic water reservoir assure years of rust/leak-proof use.

  • Accommodates trees 7-12 ft. tall with a trunk diameter up to 7 in.
  • Patented self-centering system locks trunk in place
  • Rock-solid, powder-coated steel construction creates a sturdy and stable base
  • Raised supports and 4 heavy-duty bolts provide extra stability
  • Reservoir holds 1.5 gallons of water
  • Simple to use - set up in minutes

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do i really have to screw that perforated plastic thing in the bottom?

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December 5, 2015
step one says to screw the perforated plastic thing in to the bottom of the tree trunk. Is that really necessary?
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Yes, the plastic part replaces the metal pin or cleat that sticks up out of the bottom of most stands. Without it the bottom of the trunk can slide sideways, allowing the tree to tip. In my opinion this is easier to use because you aren't trying blindly to center tthe stand on the bottom of the trunk, hammer the bottom of the stand to drive the pin or cleat into the trunk, and hope it stays put until you Read More
Yes, the plastic part replaces the metal pin or cleat that sticks up out of the bottom of most stands. Without it the bottom of the trunk can slide sideways, allowing the tree to tip. In my opinion this is easier to use because you aren't trying blindly to center tthe stand on the bottom of the trunk, hammer the bottom of the stand to drive the pin or cleat into the trunk, and hope it stays put until you can tighten the clamps. Read Less
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Yes, it is the key to stability and gives the tree better access to water.
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