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Golden Rotating Tree Stand leaves no ornament behind

When you decorate a Christmas tree, you have to start with lights, maybe some tinsel, and then it’s time to deal with the ornaments. There are a thousand of those little things, some breakable, some edible (popcorn strings and gingerbread cookies), and some are passed down through the generations. While you cover the entire tree, it always sits with one side to the wall, so one side is left out.

If you want your tree to get the attention it deserves, then the Golden Rotating Tree Stand will help you achieve that goal. You will need to have an artificial tree to use this, and it will need to weigh less than 150 pounds to hold up in this base. It can work with 1-1/4″ diameter tree poles, but can’t support anything past nine feet tall. I have a feeling that the only ones who will be shelling out $119 on a tree stand alone are those who take a lot of pride in their Christmas tree.


  • I don't want to curb your enthousiasm, but how does it deal with the electric cord of fairy lights? I hope thye thought about a kind of rotating outlet….

    • Hah, very good point. :)

    • The picture shows two of them on the revolving section.

    • Ahh…missed that. Clever.

    • I'm always wary of rotary contacts, though. I'd like to look at the inards and see how they accomplished this conenction.

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