The Best Artificial Christmas Tree, Compare Artificial Christmas Trees, Artificial Christmas Tree Differences - Balsam Hill

The Best Artificial Christmas Tree, Compare Artificial Christmas Trees, Artificial Christmas Tree Differences - Balsam Hill

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The 7.5-foot Balsam Hill Fir was the panel's favorite, earning high marks for its true green color and the natural-looking fall of the branches. It was the most expensive tree tested, but it delivers nice extras: an electrical connection for tree toppers, a foot-pedal on-off switch for the lights and two zip-up bags for storing the tree until next season.  (starting at $449, amazon.com)

The 7.5-foot Balsam Hill Fir was the panel's favorite, earning high marks for its true green color and the natural-looking fall of the branches. It was the most expensive tree tested, but it delivers nice extras: an electrical connection for tree toppers, a foot-pedal on-off switch for the lights and two zip-up bags for storing the tree until next season. (starting at $449, amazon.com)

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Panelists loved the "beautiful" plentiful lighting on the GE 7.5' Just Cut Fraser Fir ($298). Like the Balsam Hill, our Best Overall, the Fraser Fir has a foot-pedal on-off switch for lights and an electrical connection for your angel or star. For the price, this tree's hard to top. Lowes.com  - GoodHousekeeping.com

Panelists loved the "beautiful" plentiful lighting on the GE 7.5' Just Cut Fraser Fir ($298). Like the Balsam Hill, our Best Overall, the Fraser Fir has a foot-pedal on-off switch for lights and an electrical connection for your angel or star. For the price, this tree's hard to top. Lowes.com - GoodHousekeeping.com

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7.5ft Pre-Lit Middleton Full Layered Artificial Christmas Tree with Clear Lights - Best Fake Christmas Trees

7.5ft Pre-Lit Middleton Full Layered Artificial Christmas Tree with Clear Lights - Best Fake Christmas Trees

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The 7.5' Balsam Hill Fir was the panel's favorite, earning high marks for its true green color and the natural-looking fall of the branches. At $999, it was the most expensive tree tested, but it delivers nice extras:

The 7.5' Balsam Hill Fir was the panel's favorite, earning high marks for its true green color and the natural-looking fall of the branches. At $999, it was the most expensive tree tested, but it delivers nice extras:

Converts from living trees will love this take on a Fraser fir. The "best Christmas tree species in nature" looks equally stunning in artificial form with silvery-green needles. (starting at $459, BalsamHill.com)

Converts from living trees will love this take on a Fraser fir. The "best Christmas tree species in nature" looks equally stunning in artificial form with silvery-green needles. (starting at $459, BalsamHill.com)

Converts from living trees will love this take on a Fraser fir. The "best Christmas tree species in nature" looks equally stunning in artificial form with silvery-green needles. (starting at $459, BalsamHill.com)

Converts from living trees will love this take on a Fraser fir. The "best Christmas tree species in nature" looks equally stunning in artificial form with silvery-green needles. (starting at $459, BalsamHill.com)

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