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Lighted Candy Cane Arch 2.9 5 16 16
I'm in love with the concept! No high reviews here because It's too early to tell. I found this by accident while I was surfing the web for reviews on smaller tinsel candy canes I'd purchased on sale after the holidays. I happened upon this enchanting, GRAND Christmas decoration, which I just HAD to have! It just fit perfectly into my red, green, and white theme! Next Christmas season will tell how durable, functional, and how good/bad the quality of construction of this item is, as well as ease or difficulty of assembly...but I am so excited to do this!! I did notice upon inspection of contents of the box, however, that some of the fabric stripes had come loose, which I do not anticipate any problem repairing, a missing wing nut or two. These items could easily be found in a hardware dept somewhere. My biggest concern is warranty...on the website, it is stated that holiday decorations have only a 30 days window for return or exchange. Since I purchased this after Christmas, my warranty period will have expired by the middle of February...I'm definitely not going to be able to tell if this holds up within those time constraints. I hope I'm one of those customers who don't need this warranty period and that my archway will be perfect! But like I said...I LOVE IT...the way it's supposed to look, anyway! January 29, 2014
The first one was already used I am returning the first one you sent because it had already been opened and would not assemble correctly. The stripes on the candy cane did not match up at all. I am returning it today. The second one got here too late to put up but it appears to line up correctly so I will keep it. December 31, 2013
I didn't know I had to be a rocket scientist for what I paid for this - assumed it would be a bit more put together. It's going to take me hours to figure this out - and with no photo on the box and assembly directions so tiny - I just hope my elf on a shelf has better luck than me. December 6, 2013
Lighted candy cane arch Nice quality product---- looks good lite up at night. October 9, 2013
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From what I remember it was about a 4 1/2 to 5 ft by 1 ft box.
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Extension cords?

The specifications indicate the arch requires two extension cords. Where are the plugs located? Is there one on each candy cane? How are the arch and bow plugged in?
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when I had mine from back then, each candy cane section had a plug near each base, so that is why 2 extensions are needed.
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