Flickering Battery-Operated Tealights
These will be very nice with the decoration I have in mind on the window sills. I probably wouldn't have purchased them in the store for this amount of money but I'm glad I got them & they are pretty.
September 27, 2011
Just Don't Drop Them!
I really like these tealights. I used them from Thanksgiving thru New years in votives in my home. They're really nice, and they do last as long as the claim. The only problem I had was, 2 of them dropped on the floor when I opened the box, and now they don't light. So, be careful and don't drop them! I'll have to take the battery out and see if some wire somewhere got loose, or maybe I broke the little bulb! Don't know, bu they don't work!
January 5, 2011
Perfect for What I Have Planned
Every year on Christmas Eve, I put battery operated candles on the gravesites of my loved ones. These tea lights are suitable for this occasion! I like the fact that they are small, so the wind won't blow them away. They will represent the burning light that remains in our hearts for our deceased loved ones. Thank You!
November 28, 2009
Safe AND Charming
I like these candle look alikes because they flicker yet won't drip wax. These candles won't cause any damage if after an evening with company I forget to "blow out the candles". If I forget to flip the switch, I can just replace the batteries!
November 20, 2009
Not What I Expected
These aren't at all what I expected. The flicker is EXTREMELY soft, so if your looking for a little more light/flicker, you might want to try something else. Some of the paint was chipped off of the candles. I certainly wouldn't have paid $14 for these if I seen them in a store. Other then the safety factor & ability to leave them on without fire worry, I prefer real tea lights or candles.
November 10, 2009
Thes will look good on my mantel at Christmas
October 13, 2009