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Is That a Tree In Your Pocket?
How often has this happened to you: You unexpectedly find yourself in a party situation during the holiday season, and there's no Christmas tree nearby? Christmas In Your Pocket ensures that you'll (or Yule) never be caught treeless again. This little tannenbaum measures a credit card-sized 2" x 3.375" (5.08 x 8.57 cm) to fit anybody's wallet or pocketbook. Just flip the tree up to illuminate the LED, and flip it back down to turn it off. The included CR1220 battery is replaceable. This is a great idea for an office or party gift. Christmas: Don't leave home without it!
Non-US customers: The USPS permits international shipping of lithium batteries that are installed in products, but some countries will not accept any packages containing batteries at all. We cannot currently ship this product to Germany or Italy. See our Shipping page for further information.
Are You Curious...?
Legend has it that St. Boniface (672-754 AD) cut down the sacred tree of Thor in Geismar, Germany, and replaced it with a fir tree, thereby creating the world's first Christmas tree. The first historical, non-legendary mention of a Christmas tree goes back to Livonia (now Estonia and Latvia) in 1441, where the Brotherhood of Blackheads customarily set up a holiday tree in their brotherhood house. Nowadays Americans spend $1.5 billion to buy trees for more than 30 million homes -- and that doesn't include artificial trees.