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Jack-Post Welded Steel Christmas Tree Stand, For Trees Up to 12-Feet, 1.7-Gallon Water Capacity


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  • 4 T-nut tipped eye bolt welded tubular steel Christmas Tree Stand. Use for up to a12-foot tree, 6.25-inch trunk, 4-legs with a 29.75-inch base. Easy to fill 1.7-gallon oversized water bowl.
  • 4 eye-bolts hold tree trunk securely. Steel spike base for stability. Tubular steel legs will not flex under the load of heavy trees. Corrosion-resistant 'gold tone' zinc-dichromate hardware.
  • U.S. Patent U.S. D 451, 8395
  • Powder coated finish resists corrosion and adds durability
  • Four heavy duty eyebolts hold tree in place
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Product Details

Size: Large
  • Product Dimensions: 22.5 x 22.5 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000HPXS2K
  • Item model number: 7304
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #304,343 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Size: Large

This Jack-Post Welded Steel Christmas Tree Stand is a large capacity tree stand for trees up to 12-feet tall and up to 6.25-inch trunk diameter. Made of welded tubular steel, this tree stands holds 1.7-gallons of water (without the tree) and is 29.75-inches in diameter. 4 T-nut tipped eye-bolts hold tree securely. Corrosion resistant 'gold tone' zinc-dichromate hardware. Steel spike for tree stability. Made to last a lifetime! Patented.

Customer Reviews

Best tree stand I have ever used in 49 years!
Tracy N. Cress
Forget those plastic and overpriced pneumatic stands this is the ultimate tree stand that's built like a tank and with a little care will last a lifetime.
H. Young
It is very solidly built and extremely sturdy.
John W. Burkhart

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By CS on December 10, 2008
Size Name: Large
We have been using this stand for a few years now, and can report that it's excellent. It is stable, and holds a sufficiently large amount of water. We usually get a 7-8 foot tree, but this year our tree is 9' (possibly a bit over), and this stand is absolutely solid.

Key features: the legs are firmly attached to a well-constructed and robust base; the ring for the screws is also quite sturdy; the screws are thick, and tipped with flat washer-like disks, providing a bigger surface area for holding the tree trunk.

Yes, it's a bit more expensive than your usual hardware-store model, but it's worth every penny if you want to use it for many years.

Very important: Every year, after removing your tree, thoroughly clean and dry the stand, and thoroughly lubricate the screws (I've generally used WD40). It will make your life much easier the following year!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on December 22, 2007
Size Name: Medium
So far this is the only tree stand that has lasted more than two Christmas trees. All previous standa that I have had have begun to rust, have become deformed, or have been damaged by tall, heavy trees. This one is well-built, and the finish has yet to crack or peel. Two drawbacks are that the maximum trunk size that will fit is not that big, and the bowl capacity is not that great. If you typically have fresh cut trees, you may have to shave the trunk to ensure it fits and you will fill the bowl several times a day when the tree is thirsty.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By H. Young on December 3, 2010
Size Name: Large
Folks, the exact same 12 ft model (7304-01) is sold at Lowes for $50. Forget those plastic and overpriced pneumatic stands this is the ultimate tree stand that's built like a tank and with a little care will last a lifetime. The design is simple, the materials are study and the securing mechanism is very effective.

For those debating about getting the medium or large size get the large. The footprint of the 12 ft model is not big at all and you'll have room to grow. I purchased a 7ft Noble Fir and you can't even see the stand. The screws hold the tree in place rock solid.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Silver_diamond2077 on November 23, 2011
Size Name: Medium
How is this a deal when it's being sold here for over retail . At lowes this same stand says $52 right on the box printed by the maker of this stand. With a 10% off coupon it makes it a way better deal there. Lower the price or 12-05-11 i'm going to lowes
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Susan Burnham on January 8, 2012
Size Name: Large
This tree stand saved our Christmas. With cathedral ceilings, my husband and kids love to push the limit of our tree stand (and my patience) by having the biggest tree around. This year our 14 foot tree finally killed our tree stand. This stand was purchased at Lowes for about $50. It is SOLID! Held a very full, very large tree with no concerns whatsoever. Easy to adjust and it looks like it will last a long, long time. Great product - well worth the price.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By CS on November 28, 2009
Size Name: Medium
This stand is excellent, it's the only one I've found that holds a tree securely and does so year after year.

It might not be obvious, but many stands are designed in a poor way, allowing the housing for the retaining bolts to wear out after some use, making the stand pretty useless. I would particularly watch out for any stands where the bolts go through plastic rather than metal. The other thing to watch for is some kind of cap at the ends of the bolts, to provide a wider surface against the tree.

We typically buy 7-8 foot trees (cut fresh from a farm), and have never had any problems with this stand. You do have to make sure you have enough trimmed trunk at the bottom, of course.

I also recommend cleaning and oiling when you're putting it away in January (I use ordinary light machine oil); particularly make sure to oil the bolt threads! This will make your life much easier next year, and will also help the stand last longer.

Merry Christmas!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By G. Cashwell on December 12, 2010
Size Name: Medium
We typically have two fresh trees each Christmas...wife REALLY enjoys Christmas. We've been using one of these Jack Post (8 Ft) models for three years now and it is by far the best we've ever had. So much so that wife is insisting that we get a 2nd one to replace our other stand which is the sheet metal type, but still in decent shape. The jack-post stand is welded solid heavy guage steel. It has a fairly low center of gravity making it more stable. It hold a good qty of water and it is easy to adjust the tree in the stand. The washer-nuts provide a good grip without digging into the trunk. I highly recommend.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Francine Rado on December 5, 2010
Size Name: Medium
We have a 9 to 12 foot tree every year. This is the first year with this stand but by far the easiest set up ever. It only took five minutes for me to put it up and straighten all by myself. Very sturdy hold on our almost 10' tree. It holds plently of water and easy to fill which is important when crawling under large trees to water. I bought it at Lowe's for $50 but worth the extra on line if no Lowe's around. Early on the review but very pleased with the early performance.
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