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Shoppers love Argos’ space-saving Christmas tree for compact flats

Shoppers love Argos’ space-saving Christmas tree for compact flats

Shoppers love Argos’ space-saving Christmas tree for compact flats

Shoppers love Argos’ space-saving Christmas tree for compact flats

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Most festive enthusiasts would love to have a massive Christmas tree in their home, adorned with ornaments and lights, but the reality is that many of us just do not have the space. Fortunately, you don’t need a large house to create your own winter wonderland, as the Christmas tree market has developed, allowing even those with tiny rooms to deck the halls.

Customers have been particularly impressed by Argos’ ingenious Habitat 6ft pre-lit half Christmas tree, which can be positioned flush against the wall in any room and requires just one side to be decorated. The tree, which was quite popular last Christmas, appears to be wow festive enthusiasts yet again this year, with a succession of glowing internet reviews.

One satisfied buyer noted on the Argos website, “The tree looks amazing, and it’s extremely useful for small spaces, as it can go against a wall.”

Another acceptable: “Lots of comments from friends and family on how real it looked and what a great space saver it is! Looking directly at it you’d never know it was a half tree! I bought based on ratings/recommendations and it didn’t disappoint.”

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A third person praised it as a “game changer,” saying: “It doesn’t get in the way, doesn’t get knocked into every five seconds, and means that the decorations go twice as far. You don’t look at it and think ‘that’s weird, it’s only half a tree’ which was my concern.”

The half-tree costs £55 and measures 45cm from front to back. It also comes pre-strung with 120 fairy lights, freeing folks from a laborious festive duty.

The reports stated, “The tree slots together easily, and the branches only need a quick tweak and tease to give you a thick and full-looking tree. Then all you’ve got to do is wrap it in tinsel and pop a couple of baubles on it. Decking the halls has never been easier!”

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