Nothing makes a home look alive like lights glowing in the windows, and nothing offers warmth and elegance like candlelight. But real candles can be hazardous, and electric candles just don’t offer that same charming flicker. That is, until now. The 3 Tier LED Candelabra, developed by Jenesis for the Carlon brand, offers a realistic flickering flame, in an attractive, battery powered, LED candle.
Place the flameless candles in your windows to add an pleasant touch of glittering light to the look of your home. The candelabra is specifically designed with a narrow profile to fit snugly on your windowsill and reduce the chances of being accidentally knocked off. Once turned on, the LED candles will glow automatically from dusk to dawn thanks to an integrated light sensor. No need to run around to every window in your house to turn on each one. The wireless candelabra can also be turned to the “full on” position if you don’t want the light to flicker, or if you want to use it as a flameless alternative to emergency candles during a power outage.
The battery powered window candle comes in two varieties, one that uses amber LEDs, and one that uses a warm white LEDs. Both designs run on three D batteries, and will provide over 800 hours of light on one set. That translates to 70 days of use in automatic mode, or from the first of October to the end of Christmas Vacation if you’re thinking about your holiday decorating plans. Since they run on batteries, these flameless candles can be placed anywhere in your home without unsightly cords or using up electrical outlets. And with no open flame and no hot and delicate glass bulb the LED candelabra is the safest way to add candlelight to your home’s décor, especially if you have pets or young children around.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Dec 2012
Stick in the batteries and you're good to go all holiday season. Couldn't be easier. I do like the warm amber glow and am glad Jenesis offers a choice-- contrary to "popular" opinion, not everyone likes bright white lights. The "candle" itself is an unattractive dull white and I was going to paint them ivory or some such, but then I stopped noticing. The nightlight is quite dim-- which I like, as I don't have to close bathroom door to keep out bright light-- but might not be bright enough for some.