The Bottom Line
- Reduces Christmas tree watering frequency
- Keeps Christmas tree healthier
- The system is camouflaged with other presents
- Reduces the risk of a Christmas tree fire
- Large mouth reservoir reduces drips and splashes
- Still have to bring a bucket of water close to all that pretty paper
- Leak detections may be difficult
- A large reservoir provides a couple of days worth of water for the average Christmas tree.
- A constant supply of water keeps the Christmas tree healthier and greener.
- The reservoir looks like a present and even has ribbon and a bow.
- By keeping the tree wet it will not dry out as fast, thereby reducing the risk of a Christmas tree fire.
- The large size of the reservoir does make it less likely to spill or splash water while filling it.
- The standard hose lets you avoid the branches, but you still have to worry about watering the presents.
- The system is designed to be hidden so detecting leaks may be difficult until it is to late. But is really shouldn't leak.
Guide Review - Ever-Green Seasons Christmas Tree Watering System
So basically you water your Christmas tree without having to crawl underneath the branches. A 3-foot tube is included, but it is a standard tube found at the hardware store so you could replace it with a longer one if you needed to.
You just pop the top off a fill it with a gallon or two of water. Check the water level every day or so, especially with a fresh cut tree. A Christmas tree can drink a couple of gallons of water a day for the first few days after you cut it (including when they cut an inch off the bottom for you at the Christmas tree place). A well-watered Christmas tree lasts longer and reduces the risk of fire.