How to assemble a Christmas tree which features ‘Memory Wire’

How to assemble a Christmas tree which features ‘Memory Wire’


I’m going to show you how the Memory Wire
trees from The National Tree Company can transform the whole experience of putting up the Christmas
tree. This amazing technology can cut the time spent
dressing out the tree to just a few minutes. Once you have assembled your tree all you
have to do is a few minutes sprucing. The branches are made of a strong steel Memory
Wire which will spring back into shape year after year. Take the base out of the box and open it out
so the holes line up, place the screws in the holes, but not all the way through into
the centre otherwise the bottom pole won’t fit. Insert the bottom section of the tree into
the base, this is the largest and heaviest and it also tapers at the bottom. Tighten the screws up. Now place your foot on the base, lift off
the sleeve and the branches fall into shape, you may have to pull out the lower wing branches
to an angle of about 45 degrees. Repeat the process with the middle and top
sections. All that’s left is to stand back, walk around
the tree and adjust the odd branch to cover any gaps. That’s how quick and easy it is, no more hours
spent breaking your back bending down twisting and turning the branches to make sure it looks
full and lush. With one of these trees, constantly adjusting
branches will be a distant memory.

5 thoughts on “How to assemble a Christmas tree which features ‘Memory Wire’

  1. Gorgeous tree I love putting our tree up with my boys and spend ages making sure the branches are evenly spread out……. Not Long now 😁 πŸŽ…

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