Bright idea November 14 2014
The idea for Trim-it-Quick lighting systems was born from a common frustration: the ritual of untangling Christmas tree lights and trying to make them look good on a tree.
Easy on, Easy off, Easy storage! November 14 2014
Unlike anything else on the market, Trim-it-Quick lighting systems are based on a revolutionary “hook-strand” design that provides full, uniform coverage from the inside out — from the trunk of the tree to the tip of each branch.
These hook-strands are made up of individual light strings that originate at a hub, the center of the tree, and are spread outward along or around each branch to its end. This system provides lighting throughout the tree, instead of just around the surface, and permits “gradient” lighting — lights can change color and/or intensity from the inner portion of the tree to the outer branch tips.
A multi-port extension cord, which runs from the base of the tree up through the center near the trunk, ties the system together and allows for many lighting configurations.
What is Trim-it-Quick? November 14 2014
Trim-it-Quick lighting systems are easier to use and provide better results than traditional string lighting. Although they were originally conceived as a lighting solution for Christmas trees, you can use them to light almost anything.
Why Trim-It-Quick lights are better than traditional string lights September 09 2014
Why Trim-It-Quick lights are better than traditional string lights:
1 Virtually tangle-free - Our hook-strands are less inclined to entwine at any time.
2 Vibrant, dense coverage - Bulbs are less than 3 inches apart. Tiny gaps, big difference.
3 Versatility - TIQ’s hook-strand design is ideal for any type of tree, bush, planter, wreath and more. (Please refrain from lighting the holiday roast.)
4 Wires stay hidden - Look, Ma! Each branch gets wrapped with its own string of lights which prevents sagging branches and drooping wires.
5 Endless Design Options - TIQ lights are available as whole-tree kits or in hook-strand sets, in many color and bulb options for illimitable possibilities. Light your trees, light your bushes, light your parakeet’s cage.
Why conventional lights are out
1 Storage is a nightmare. - Conventional lights tangle easily, which makes their next use a chore. Want to waste time untangling lights?
2 They’re not customizable - Conventional lighting systems offer little variety in color and bulb style. Nobody wants green lights on the Fourth or pink lights on Halloween. Because that would be embarrassing.
3 They’re unforgiving - Conventional lights don’t have the versatility. Try decorating a fern with traditional light strings.
4 They provide limited light coverage - Trim the tree from trunk to tip? Nope, not with these old chestnuts.
5 Excess strand length is awkward and unsightly - Long strands of conventional lights pull down branches. (And make us pull out our hair.)