Fiber optic Christmas trees combine a novel look with a fascinatingly retro appearance at
the same time. They are reminiscent of the fiber optic lamps which were popular in the 1970s, but the idea has been
brought totally and impressively up to date in the gleamingly attractive trees of today's modern times. As
well as being shimmeringly enchanting, fibre optic Christmas trees are perfect for anyone
who has a hectic lifestyle and is unable to devote the necessary time which it takes to
meticulously position Christmas lights on a tree. They're an ideal choice to spread
illuminated cheer in your home for the festive season, and allow you to spend that extra
time that you save in enjoying the holiday celebrations.
A number of different styles of fibre optic Christmas Trees exist.to suit all homes and
decorative preferences. Some have a very close resemblance to real trees, with differing green colored hues on their spine-type leaves. The only difference apparent in some of the highly realistic ones is the fact that their branches have multi colored fiber optic lights interspersed among them. This
arrangement economizes time and the endeavour it can sometimes be to undo or
disentangle twines of Christmas tree lights.
A different type of artificial pre-lit xmas tree is that where the entire tree is created out of
optical fibres. This makes the tree seem to be formed from fine wispy strands of light.
Many of these self-luminous trees are also loaded with prerecorded Christmas carols and
songs, and sing merrily with their anthems of praise to bring extra musical joy through their
Fiber optic trees are an alternative to the pre-lit trees which have the more traditional type of
Christmas lights already draped around them before you buy them. With those pre-lit trees, all that you are
required to do is follow the assembly instructions to put up the tree and connect the
various parts to the electrical socket so that it lights up. As soon as it is correctly
assembled the tree will seem to be professionally decorated with its well-proporioned
One feature that some artificial Christmas trees have is the aspect of snow-coated
branches. This tendency originally began with "faux snow" which is sometimes scattered
among wreaths and decorations to give an extra Christmas feel. Ornaments of icicles are
also employed to decorate artificial and true trees, and lines of lighted icicles often
decorate roofs and outsides of houses for extra festive illumination. Combined with the
pre-prepared snow-coated limbs of artificial trees, these decorations all transmit a frozen
glacial feeling and the coldness of a Christmas midwinter.