November 13, 2006
Introducing HandyCane(TM) — The ‘Why Didn’t I Think Of That’ Solution to Watering a Christmas Tree
BOSTON, Nov. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Christmas just isn't Christmas without a freshly-cut tree, meticulously decorated and lights aglow, with presents laid out below and the fragrance of fresh pine needles in the air. Along with a "real" Christmas tree comes the hassle of keeping it watered -- crawling on hands and knees underneath the tree with a pitcher or watering can, spilling water all over the floor and the carefully wrapped gifts, and getting poked in the eye by pine needles. If only there was a better way...
(Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20061113/NEM037 )This holiday season, the HandyCane(TM) is simplifying the once-dreaded task of watering the Christmas tree in homes across America. This 42-inch lightweight candy cane-shaped device provides a fun, easy way to water a Christmas tree. The HandyCane separates into two pieces -- the "hook," which is the top curved part of the HandyCane, and the long, hollow tube, which is the base of the HandyCane. To water a Christmas tree, one simply has to fill the hook with water, place the tube on the top edge of the tree stand, and pour the water from the hook down the tube into the tree stand. No more crawling under the tree, and no messy pine needles in your hair and on the floor! Afterwards, simply place the HandyCane next to the tree as a friendly reminder to water the tree daily to keep it fresh and safe. Red and white striped like a giant candy cane, the HandyCane also makes a great Christmas decoration.
HandyCane is available on HandyCane.com and costs just $14.95 -- a great value for a handy tool and Christmas decoration that you will use and enjoy for years to come. So visit HandyCane.com today to purchase your HandyCane, and enjoy a real Christmas tree this year, hassle-free!
About HandyCane, Inc.
HandyCane(TM) is the easiest way to water a Christmas tree. HandyCane, Inc. is based in Boston, Mass. For more information, contact HandyCane at (800) 727-4035 or visit http://www.handycane.com/.
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