Krinner VBasic Christmas Tree Stand Reviews
Product Type: Krinner in Homeware
Description:Brand: Krinner / Type: Christmas tree stand
Newest Review: ... demonstration video in store and has a mini play with it before buying, the one thing I hadn't managed to do is test it ... more
Price Comparison for Krinner VBasic Christmas Tree Stand
KRINNER New VBasic Christmas Tree Stand/Clamp
This solid, independently tested stand is equipped with a 3 litre ...
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Customer Krinner VBasic Christmas Tree Stand Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/02/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
We have battled year upon year with a base for our Christmas tree that was a second hand one, given to us by my wife's parents. Plastic and rudimentary, it took a long time to get the tree straight and even longer to keep it there, needing to make sure our kids don't go near it and we don't touch it. It was always a fine balancing act. This Christmas however, we'd had enough of the frustration and inevitable arguments with trying to get this one to work, and decided to buy a new one. This one was available from Homebase for around £35, but you got £10 off if you bought it with a tree. I took the discount. It's squat and wide, which already is an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/13 (Very useful, 110 readings)
My Dad always used to stick our Christmas Tree in a galvanised metal bucket filled with sand ... and it usually fell over within an hour. Since those days I have been constantly looking for the perfect Christmas Tree stand - one that keeps the tree solidly upright and which is so easy to use that nobody argues and shouts about putting it up. After decades of searching, I eventually found my dream stand; the Krinner Christmas tree stand. My stand was bought by my son who was working at Homebase at the time. He used his staff discount to buy the stand that all his customers were raving over, and I think paid around £25 for it. Not cheap, but worth every penny, ... Read the complete review
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