Why Choose a Fibre Optic Christmas Tree?

Why Choose a Fibre Optic Christmas Tree?

Fibre Optic Christmas Trees

Many of us opt for an artificial Christmas tree over a real Christmas tree because they are less hassle, create less mess and can be used year after year ensuring you get your money’s worth. But could a fibre optic tree be even more hassle-free and more cost effective? We’ve revealed the top reasons you should choose a fibre optic Christmas tree this season.

A Hassle-Free Decoration

Fibre Optic Christmas Trees

A real Christmas tree requires firstly figuring out how you’re going to get it home, then how to pot it and by the time you’ve shuffled it around all over the place, half of the needles have fallen off on your living room floor. With an artificial, fibre-optic Christmas tree you can have it delivered to your house, unbox it and you’re ready to go. Our range of The Winter Workshop Fibre Optic Christmas Trees requires minimal assembly and only some gentle fluffing of the branches to achieve the desired look.

Plus, you won’t have to spend hours untangling strings of lights to decorate your tree with, you can simply plug in your tree and see your room light up with a spectacular light show. (These trees may not be suitable for people with epilepsy).

A Cost-Effective Decoration

Fibre Optic Christmas Trees

Not having to add separate lights makes fibre optic trees very cost-effective as you won’t have to spend extra on additional lights. Plus, the tree is going to last for many years, and you won’t have to replace it year on year like you do with a real Christmas tree. Additionally, our fibre optic trees use energy-efficient LED bulbs which keep running costs down.

On Theme

Choosing a fibre optic Christmas tree which is pre-decorated, not only with lights but with other décor like artificial pinecones, berries, candles, stars, or Christmas presents can help you achieve your desired Christmas theme without having to spend a fortune on decorations that could be mismatched and not look as good.

Another reason fibre optic trees are often more on theme is because you can find them in more varying colours than a standard artificial tree and of course a real Christmas tree. Just an example of colour branches for fibre optic trees are grey, black and white. And you can also get plenty of colour fibre optic LEDs that you might not find commonly in string lights, like pink and different multi-colour lights.

Our full collection of fibre optic trees is available on our website and varying sizes will be available to view in our Windlesham and Yeovil Christmas showrooms.