No, the image is not inverted, it is not a mistake... That Christmas tree was meant to be that way: upside down. It looks really weird to me, but maybe I'm wrong and Vickerman, the creator of this kind of trees, is two steps ahead. Maybe this is some kind of tree that everybody will use in the future. Who knows? xD
One thing I know: I will never use an upside down tree. As you can see on the picture, it is a regular 5' X 69" Christmas tree but just inverted. So the larger part gets on top and the thinnest part gets bottom. I don't see the point of it, specially because it costs $280. I would never pay that much for this tree. Well, at least it already has 300 christmas LED lights, but it still is very expensive.
What do you think about it? Is it cool or weird? Would you buy it or not?