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This review is from: niceEshop Battery Powered Flameless LED Tealight Votive Candles Light,Yellow (Misc.)
Doesnt look like the picture - i cant stop looking at the white plastic and the light is very faint. But hey, i thought id give these a try but having since bought real wax ones that flicker, look real and take AAA batteries, from poundland for a £1 each (Obviously as its poundland!) i'd not recommend these or buy them again. I contemplated whether i am allowed to return them but whats the point - so much hassle. The ones i bought from poundland were church candle size (they had a variety of sizes, scented too) so much greater glow so actually worth it. Unknown how bright these will be but i may try to pop them in a lattern bag or someot, except that multiplies the cost.
Bought these for our after wedding party to give the hall were hiring safe light - so I actually need a lot more of something to give a nice light thats not too expensive. battery and normal candles i have now but will need more if anyone has suggestions!!!
The good points: they all worked, arrived on time, take one 2032 battery as described - firmly held in clipin battery container - so thats ace, the poundland ones may need cellotape to hold the battery cover on but thats no problem and wouldnt be if these needed the same. the batteries are included, simple switch to turn candles on, and all but one worked first time.
These were good value compared to others on amazon or in town where they retail at £2.99 for packs of 4. If you are happy with the "white plastic look" you'll love these - but not quite the beautiful stylish romantic wedding look i wanted for my wedding so these will be behind something because they do look cheap. but they do the job, its up to you if you like them or not.
One very good point, placed in a tealight holder behind glass they look really lovely and look real: i placed them on the windowsill to see what my husband thought, and he thought them real and told me to blow them out before i closed the curtains.