The Castle Peak Pine is named after the beautiful Castle Peak in Sierra Nevada of California. It is near the border of Nevada in some of the most picturesque landscapes in the world. This gorgeous artificial Christmas tree looks like it was freshly cut from the vast canyons of the Tahoe National Forest.
We designed this tree with several winning features that give it a level of care above similar styles. We wanted to offer a tree that wasn't just realistic and full, but also not too wide, and not too slim. The sizing of this tree is "just right" for almost any space - yet it doesn't give you the impression that it is too big or too small.
This tree has a very large quantity of our premium Real-Needle™ PE branch tips, mixed with PVC inner tips that blend seamlessly throughout. Varying length tips give the Castle Peak Pine a natural appearance that doesn't look manicured or fake. Having these great features along with the best Christmas lighting in the industry makes this prelit Christmas tree an investment in quality, beauty, and style that you can enjoy for many years.
The Castle Peak Pine uses ProTime™ Lighting Technology:
Christmas lighting is historically the Achilles heel of holiday decorations. The most significant impact that we can have on your overall experience is to supply a lighting system that doesn’t exhibit the ongoing failure problems associated with traditional Christmas lighting. Other technologies have been evolving in an attempt to solve some of these problems but have previously been incapable of reproducing what you have come to expect from a quality product.
ProTime™ Lighting Technology is the finest lighting available today for pre-lit artificial Christmas trees. Treetime's lighting systems solve the two major problems with Christmas lighting sets:
1) Broken, defective or missing bulbs in a lighting strand cause normal strands to fail as a complete strand.
2) Traditional incandescent bulbs have a short life span and burn out at a significant rate. The more bulbs that fail, the more the remaining bulbs become stressed. Eventually, all remaining bulbs fail in what is referred to as a “cascading outage”.
The secret to fixing the first problem isn’t in the bulb – it is in the socket and wiring system. Each socket in a ProTime™ light set has a tiny thermistor microchip that acts as a ‘silent sentry’ to keep the light string operating. When all bulbs in the string are operating properly, the chip does nothing. However, as soon as something happens to a bulb – whether it gets broken; becomes loose in the socket; falls from the socket; burns out or whatever – the chip takes over and acts as if it were a bulb to keep the rest of the string operating properly. It even acts as a kind of “surge protector” to protect the bulbs from power surges caused by other bulbs in the string burning out.
Simply put, no one has better lighting than we do - period!