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Upright Standard Tree Storage is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy tree storage I have 3 big Christmas trees and i found this to be the easiest way to wrap the tree up for standup storage in my garage. Have one for each tree. Bit pricey though but should be a one time purchase.
Date published: 2019-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good quality Good quality but a little tricky figuring it out. Only the two bottom pieces were stored in it even though they say the top will also fit in a part of it, but I stored my top separate.
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from preference a zipper I purchased this bag after the tree was assembled making it necessary to take tree apart to put in bag. Christmas 2019 should be an interesting set up.
Date published: 2019-01-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 3 year old tree storage bag issues After three years of usage we are starting to have problems with the bag and tree stand. Two branches have poked through the bag and the weight is ridiculous for the 7' tree. The stand bent this year and not sure I will be able to find another that will fit . wheels would only help if you are not storing up or down stairs.
Date published: 2018-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from frustrating, not helpful It's February, and our tree is still up. Why? Because the frustration of trying to pack into this bag is... more than I felt like dealing with. Problem is twofold: 1) tree branches do not easily hinge up; this is find b/c it means the tree sturdy and the branches hang naturally, etc. But when trying to raise the bag up around the branches, they don't readily hinge up making it hard to get the bag around... really frustrating. 2) while I haven't gotten there yet, I suspect once the tree is bagged, it's going to be pretty heavy and not easy to move upright.... why we didn't think of that, don't know. But with our other tree/tree bag, I can move myself once the tree is dissemble and in the bag. This one... not sure. But the primary problem is that the bag simply doesn't work as advertised.
Date published: 2018-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from storage this is just what I was looking for. perfect fit and appears to be heavy duty and durable as it is described
Date published: 2018-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Workable solution, but difficult to maneuver This storage bag is a nice looking alternative to the torn up cardboard box we have been stuffing our tree into every year. It is a bit challenging to get a 9' tall by 5' wide tree zipped up into it though. Took two of us and it was still a struggle, particularly to then move this huge thing into the garage storage cubby. Overall the bag functioned adequately, but it does take some work. Hope unzipping it next year and experiencing less set up and fluffing time will make it all worthwhile.
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! This is a great way to store an Xmas tree upright!
Date published: 2017-10-27
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HOW WIDE A TREE WILL THIS ACCEPT

Asked by: BIGJOHN
Thank you for your interest in the Standard TreeKeeper Storage Bag. This bag can be used with trees up to 45" dia. and will approximately 33" dia. when holding a tree.
Answered by: JLGrandinroadService
Date published: 2017-11-15

Stored tree in bag last yr, pulled bag down, but is the full bag supposed to stay at the base of the tree?

The tree bag is very bulky as we have a 9ft tree. Is the bag supposed to stay underneath the tree?
Asked by: redheadedstranger
Thank you for your interest in the Standard TreeKeeper Storage Bag. This item is designed to be pulled down and covered with the tree skirt.
Answered by: JLGrandinroadService
Date published: 2015-12-29

I stored my tree last year. Now am trying to get tree out of TreeKeeper. I'm worried pulling bag down will damage tree. Seems tight.

Will I damage tree if I keep pulling it down?
Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your interest in the Standard TreeKeeper Storage Bag. This item is designed to compresses your hinged tree, making it easy to move and store. To remove the bag, unfastening the top zippers and straps, then pulling the bag down.
Answered by: JLGrandinroadService
Date published: 2015-12-28

Can you use this Tree Keeper with a rotating tree stand?

Also, how bulky is the Tree Keeper when it lays under the tree? I have a custom-made tree skirt that I use. Will a tree skirt lay nicely over the Tree Keeper?
Asked by: Navimom
Thank you for your interest in the Standard Tree Keeper. It's possible, but a couple things have to be considered: 1. The bag has to be attached to the stand during the season, with the shape of the rotating stand, can the bag still fit? You'd have to take care to situate the bag to not interfere with the workings of the stand. 2. Bag has to be able to attach to the legs of the stand, need to make sure there's legs on the rotating device to attach to? 3. Need to make sure the rotating stand is OK to have a bag sitting on top of it for heat and ventilation?
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2014-09-30

it looks like this has rollers in the back but doesn't say . can you roll this to move it?

Asked by: Anonymous
We appreciate your interest in this item. This storage bag does not come with any type of wheels or casters. It simply goes over the tree stand that you would normally use. If you have a rolling tree stand you would then be able to roll the bag for easy storage.
Answered by: KMGrandinroadService
Date published: 2018-01-01

What is the maximum diameter of tree for this storage bag?

Asked by: Santa's Helper
Thank you for your patience while we contacted the vendor to obtain an answer to your question regarding this item. We were able to confirm that this bag will accommodate up to a 50-60" diameter tree depending on how full the tree is. For larger diameter trees, it might take a couple people to pull up the bag and initially compress the tree down, but they will fit.
Answered by: KMGrandinroadService
Date published: 2013-10-21

could you tell me the exact diminsions of this tree keeper bag? Thank you.

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your patience while we contacted the vendor to obtain an answer to your question regarding this item. We were able to confirm that this item measures 33” diameter (when the tree is in the bag and is compressed (to fit through a doorway) and 90” tall .
Answered by: KMGrandinroadService
Date published: 2017-11-01

I have a prelit 7 1/2 foot tree that is in three sections that plug into each other. Will this tree cover accomodate my tree?

Asked by: PT1972
I have a 7 and 1/2 foot blue spruce, very full and height wise there is room to spare. I also have a 7 and a 1/2 foot douglas fir which is much less full more "branchy" and it works fine for that one as well. As the idea is to cinch it up, you can't see it in this picture but it has bands around the middle a bit like the ones inside a suitcase with buckles that you can tighten or loosen, you shouldn't have any problem. You put the bag around the bottom of the tree between the stand the tree and you shimmy it up until the tree is covered. It has a drawstring with a clip to keep it tight at the top and a it also has a place were you can insert a tag so next year you know which tree is which if you have more than one. There are carrying handles and lots of loops that make it easier to wrestle the bagged tree into a small spot. You won't take the tree apart and you can leave anything you think won't mind being folded up for the year. For example I have several additional sets of candle lights that I leave on one of the trees when I store it.
Answered by: mjweir
Date published: 2016-12-29
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