Long-Lasting Flameless LED Battery Operated Tea Lights w/ Remote Control, Timer (12-PACK)

Long-Lasting Flameless LED Battery Operated Tea Lights w/ Remote Control, Timer (12-PACK)

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Long-Lasting Flameless LED Battery Operated Tea Lights w/ Remote Control, Timer, Dimmable, Weatherproof (12-PACK)

This 12-pack Flameless LED battery operated candle set has a super-efficient LED light and each candle comes with a long-lasting 3V replaceable lithium CR2450 cell battery rated to last 300 hours. Includes a On/Off switch at the bottom for easy use. Completely safe and weatherproof, we offer a realistic flickering candle light which mimics a real burning candle. This candle set comes with 12 candles and remote.
The remote control options include:
- Separate "On" and "Off" buttons.
- Includes a 6-Hour Timer button. The candle will turn off automatically after 6 hours.
- Press the SL or FL buttons to switch between Steady, Slow Flicker, or Fast Flicker.
- Dimmable - Press the "+" or "-" buttons to increase and decrease brightness - 5 levels of brightness available.
- Dimensions of each candle: 1.55"D x 1.75"H
- Set Includes: 12 Candles and 1 Remote Control.
- Each Candle comes with 1x 3V CR2450 Lithium cell battery rated at 300 Hours

Customer ReviewsShow All
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86% Recommend this product (6 of 7 responses)
By Suzanne
Rochester, NY
December 27, 2017
So cool!
I have a fake fireplace, I bought fake logs that have slots for candles. I got these and the remote turns them on and the flicker is great. I like the orange glow. It makes it look so real!
By Matt
Centennial, Colorado
December 17, 2017
Decent product for the price
Really like the exterior design, other parts could be better but overall good for the price.
ProsRelatively realistic looking for the most part. Very stable as the base is a bit wider than the top. Flicker and dimming work quite nicely. Remote has good range, and works through glass and ceramic (with holes) holders. Very good for high up and other hard to reach places, and/or for "lighting" many candles in a room all at once (multiple packages will all respond to the same remote).
ConsBase is wider than the top, and I think the description of diameter may be from the top, as these do not quite fit tealight-size holders. Must use remote to start flicker, and as such it seems that they all flicker at exactly the same time to start. Can avoid this by manually hitting each candle with the remote (while pointing away from any other candle), which is not feasible if they are placed in hard to reach locations. Color is a bit too white to look like real candles, but fairly close. While on, the internal components are slightly visible in shadows, which can take away from the look. Received one package that had one dead battery.
By SchwannyT
June 12, 2017
Lots of fun around the house
These are great to set a mood or illuminate an area. It has 3 brightness levels, 3 flicker speeds and a timer (that I've never used). The remote is IR so it only controls the ones its pointing at so if you want to light or extinguish a room, you spin around pointing at the lights like a gunslinger.
Pros3 illumination levels means you can set just the right lighting for the room.
By Heather
O'Fallon, MO
March 29, 2012
Great price for great product
Exactly as advertised. Great price. Received in a timely manner. Love the remote!
By Kim
Brooklyn NY
June 14, 2019
Great candles
I wanted timed LED candles that would last longer than a week on its battery. Found these with a stronger battery than most other smaller tealight candles out there. They came quickly, work as advertised, I€™m very happy.
ProsLong lasting battery, timer, flicker function, remote
ConsNot a con for me, but these are a little bit bigger than tea light sized. Same width but maybe the length of 2 or 3 stacked.
By Michael
New York City, New York
April 27, 2015
Works well, for short time
These candles work well, but after the battery dies they tend to break: The battery is connected via a thin cheap spring, and the spring sometimes gets bent or broken when you try to change the battery. Consequently, once the first battery dies, you are sometimes unable to keep using the candles.
ProsGood range and appearance
ConsShort life expectancy
By Kym
Bay Area, CA
September 17, 2012
Love the concept, but...
When we first received these, they worked perfectly! The remote was quick to turn on and off the lights, they flickered realistically..
Then about a week later, I noticed that sometimes some of the lights were just turning on by themselves, which means the batteries ran down... and also, the remote stopped working to turn on/off the rest.
I put a little piece of paper inside some of the battery compartments, to help push the battery into the contacts a little better... and again, worked for a few days, but now, the remote is obsolete. So depressing.
ProsGreat, realistic flicker Love how you can go to steady/bright/flicker
ConsRemote stopped working Batteries run down because they turn on by themselves Batteries not fully contacting
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4 Questions & 4 Answers
from brooklyn,new york asked:
February 20, 2018
what are the dimensions of tea lights
1 Answer
Thank you for your inquiry. Dimensions of each candle: 1.55"D x 1.75"H
Customer Service
on February 21, 2018

kathleen glassburn
from Plymouth Indiana asked:
August 31, 2016
Are these plastic or wax
1 Answer
Thank you for your inquiry. These are plastic.
Customer Service
on September 2, 2016

from Chicago, IL asked:
November 14, 2014
What is the range for the remote? I would like to put these candles on a tree and turn them on/off Thanks
1 Answer
Thank for your inquiry. The range from remote to the LED candles is approximately 15 feet.
Customer Service
on November 17, 2014

from tulsa, ok asked:
September 7, 2012
can these lights float on water?
1 Answer
The LED Battery Operated Tea Lights w/ Remote Control (12 Pack) cannot float and is not waterproof.
Customer Service
on September 10, 2012