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    Quote Originally Posted by budude View Post
    Very well thought out design there David - or should I say King O'Coro...
    Thanks!

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    We received a number of requests for a smaller version, sort of like huge C9's, for creating a "border" around sidewalks and driveways and so the HexaTree Jr was born. Here are it's specs:

    * 10" Base x 20.5" Tall (2.7" tall base with 17.5" diffuser cone)
    * Can take up to 6 RGB 12mm Nodes or 2 rectangle RGB modules (pixel or dumb/basic)
    * Priced as low as $6.99 per tree!

    116-GREEN.jpg

    More information can be found at: http://www.holidaycoro.com/HexaTree-Jr-p/116.htm

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    People in my neighborhood said these looked like KKK hats, so I had to take them down. I got zero seasons out of them. Awesome. Leave it to a bunch of jerks to ruin it for everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slugg View Post
    People in my neighborhood said these looked like KKK hats, so I had to take them down. I got zero seasons out of them. Awesome. Leave it to a bunch of jerks to ruin it for everyone.
    That sucks!


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    Last edited by timstreet; 12-26-2016 at 12:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timstreet View Post
    That sucks! How many do you have and are you willing to sell them?


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    I have 10 HexaTree Jrs and 5 HexaTrees. I'm only willing to sell them once I can come up with a plan B. I'm all out of pigtails, wire, and nodes. My best bet is to keep the bases as-is and replace or modify the tops. I may cut them to have a flat top instead of the point. I hope it looks okay; I'm out of extra time and resources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slugg View Post
    I have 10 HexaTree Jrs and 5 HexaTrees. I'm only willing to sell them once I can come up with a plan B. I'm all out of pigtails, wire, and nodes. My best bet is to keep the bases as-is and replace or modify the tops. I may cut them to have a flat top instead of the point. I hope it looks okay; I'm out of extra time and resources.
    Need to figure out how to use a small coro star on top.
    Quote Originally Posted by dmoore View Post
    We received a number of requests for a smaller version, sort of like huge C9's, for creating a "border" around sidewalks and driveways and so the HexaTree Jr was born. Here are it's specs:

    * 10" Base x 20.5" Tall (2.7" tall base with 17.5" diffuser cone)
    * Can take up to 6 RGB 12mm Nodes or 2 rectangle RGB modules (pixel or dumb/basic)
    * Priced as low as $6.99 per tree!

    116-GREEN.jpg

    More information can be found at: http://www.holidaycoro.com/HexaTree-Jr-p/116.htm

    Assembly Video:

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    Wow!! Interesting.

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    I have made a mini tree using thermocol.
    1. Cut the thermocol in different sizes, then wrap them it gift wrappers.
    2. Place the thermocol pieces according to the height in the shape of a Christmas tree.

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