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- Remote controlled set of 3 pillar candles for risk-free, flameless candlelight; includes 4-inch, 5-inch, and 6-inch high candles
- Made from hand-poured wax; melted appearance around candle tops for realism
- Uses 3 included AAA batteries for up to 120 hours of candle illumination; LED lights flicker like flames
- With 20-foot remote control operation range; remote control can accommodate multiple candle sets
- Set measures 9 by 3 by 6 inches and weighs 2 pounds
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Flameless candles are safe to use with children, pets and decoration, and with a remote control you can use these lights anywhere including high shelves, chandeliers and sconces. Remote control has a 20-feet range, if you purchase multiple sets they can all use the same remote. Candles use AAA batteries.
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Each set includes the batteries for each candle (three AAA's per candle), and the button battery for the remote. They are shipped with thin plastic tabs protruding out of the battery compartments of the candles and the remote to keep them from activating while being shipped. Just pull out each of the tabs (you don't need to open the battery compartments to pull them out), flip the switch on the bottom of each candle to the "ON" position, and the candles light; they can now be operated via the remote. (One remote will operate more than one set of candles that is in range of the remote.) (The instructions say that if the candles won't be turned on via the remote for more than a week, it is recommended that--since they do use the batteries a little when the switch is in the "ON" position--that they be switched to the "OFF" position.)
I bought these for their safety, decorative appeal, and to use when we have a power outage (which, ironically, happened two days before these arrived).
Safety: I enjoy candles, but have not burned any since an acquaintance of ours tragically died after she received full body burns when the robe she was wearing caught fire from her burning candle. These flameless candles provide the ambience of candles without the risk of fire.
Practical: The soft glow of these candles make them ideal to use in the middle of the night when you want just enough light to navigate a short distance (e.g., walking to the bathroom) without turning on a bright light that hurts your eyes, and causes you to become more fully awake, making it harder to go back to sleep. And, as mentioned above, these will be used when we have another power outage. (I'll buy some extra long life AAA batteries to have on hand to re-supply the candles in case we need to have them on for a long time.)
Beauty: They have an authentic waxy candle feel to them. They each have a soft glow, and the lights flicker randomly just like a real fire lit candle. I enjoy sitting with a cup of decaf in the evening and relaxing while watching their flickering glow; it is calming and soothing, and is an inexpensive way I can pamper myself after a long day.
My boyfriend, on the other hand, finds flame-based candles to be an immense fire hazard. He once had a cat nearly catch fire, so having candles around makes him upset. I don't want to upset him unnecessarily.
So I decided to give these LED pillar candles a try. Many LED candles are unnaturally slim, so they don't work well in standard pillar candle holders or stands. These, however, are the full three inches in diameter. They fit perfectly in the candle holders I had. They each take three AAA batteries. The battery compartment screws and unscrews with a tiny screw.
I didn't specifically buy them because they had a remote control - it just so happened that they came with it. But it turns out I'm quite pleased with that. Yes, you can manually turn the candles on and off via a switch in their base. However, if I'm curled up in bed after writing in my journal for a while, it is SO nice to just reach for the remote and turn them all off. Or if I have to get up at night, I can pop the candles on from bed, and have just their soft light to leave the room by.
I have found, amusingly, that the candle remote also operates my TV volume. So be aware that sometimes remotes use similar channels to each other.
The candles seem to last about two months on a set of batteries, with occasional use. So some might consider that a long time, while others might think that fairly short.
I find the candle light to be quite realistic looking, compared with many other candles I own. Again, it probably comes down to what you're used to. Some might think it's too "orangey" - others will find it looks exactly like the candles they tend to use.
The candles are actual wax, and have a slight vanilla fragrance. I don't smell the aroma at all any more, after owning them for four months. So I believe it does dissipate after a little while.
If there's a down side here, it's that the candle flicker has a ten second "cycle" and then it "flares" as it starts again. That flare is noticeable. If I put all three side by side, their flares are often not quite at the same time so it's almost like watching a chorus line where they light up in sequence. If I'm trying to meditate by looking at the candle, it can get quite distracting to have it flare regularly like that. So I prefer to have them as background ambiance and not directly in my focus area.
Still, in general I highly recommend these for people who enjoy the candle feel but who want to avoid the dangers of an open flame.