Lakeland Chrome Banana Tree Reviews
Product Type: Lakeland in Homeware
Description:Brand: Lakeland / Misc House Type: Storage
Newest Review: ... trees help to keep bananas from ripening too quickly so I bought one from Lakeland. The tree doesn't take up much room on my ... more
Customer Lakeland Chrome Banana Tree Reviews (8)
by - written on 11/08/11, updated on 11/08/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Since bananas are really the only fruit, or at least the main fruit eaten in our house, I decided it would be a good idea to try and keep them as fresh and bruised free as I could, so I bought one of these Lakeland Chrome Banana Trees. ~Looking after my bananas~ The Lakeland Chrome Banana Tree is quite a nice novelty item for my kitchen, it matches the bowl I use for other fruit, although I very rarely buy other fruit, when I do I like to keep the bananas separate as I learned that bananas give off gasses that can effect other fruits, so by placing my bananas on this banana tree, my other fruit, when I have it, will stay fresher longer and at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
== Lakeland Chrome Banana Tree == Sharing a flat with two other people means not having much space for your food. We each only have one cupboard each and 1 shelf each in the fridge and freezer. In an attempt to free up a bit of space and use up some of the counters which were normally free, I scoured the Lakeland website trying to figure out what would help me the most and then I came across a banana tree. This chrome banana tree from Lakeland will set you back £6.99. It is made out of chrome which is basically bent into a swirl at the bottom then going upwards into a hook at the very top. The height of the banana tree is around 10 inches. For ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
My Lakeland Banana Tree is slightly different to the one in the picture Dooyoo are showing. Fruit is something we always have in our house and lots of it. Both my husband and myself eat a lot of fresh fruit and now my baby son has started having fruit puree too which I like to make myself rather than rely totally on jars and packets. A banana tree is not something I have ever thought about getting, I know they allow bananas to ripen naturally and prevent gases from them ruining other fruit in the bowl, but to be honest the fruit in our house never lasts long enough to go off. We were actually given this Lakeland Banana Tree by my husbands Grandma ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
Did you know that bananas give off gases which affect other fruit in the bowl? No, neither did I but the good folks at Lakeland do which is why they sell a banana tree in order to store your bananas safely and conveniently. Now, I always thought that a bananas tree just protected your bananas from bumping into each other and bruising in the bowl but it seems there is also another good reason to hang them up to. We eat a lot of bananas in our house and so this is a nice addition to our fruit bowl section. A banana tree is actually quite a nice looking kitchen appliance to and we use ours as a bit of a design feature too in our kitchen, especially as the chrome ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I am a real sucker when it comes to kitchen gadgets -some having proved more useful than others! One of my more useful purchases was a chrome banana tree I picked up from Lakeland in Edinburgh. Lakeland is one of my most favourite shops and I could happily spent several hours browsing its vast choice of gadgets I didn't know existed, let alone that I might just need to buy ! Lakeland has its main branch near to the train station in Windermere, Cumbria. There are also branches dotted around the country as well as an excellent web site. Back to the banana tree! It's a simple, if stylish looking object made of shiny chrome. The base is a spiral shape with a long ... Read the complete review
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