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Thread: Flameless candles

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    K-Mart carries them. It's a must with little ones around; furry and then the 2 legged kind
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    I have found them at the Dollar Tree for $1. A couple of Christmases ago, I purchased them and made ribbon bands to go around them with the families' initials.
    Kathleen

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    I have some inexpensive ones but I was in Brookstone and the one they sell has a "flame" that is a piece of reflective metal(??) and waves around looking very real. A bit pricey but much more realistic. http://www.brookstone.com/led-flicke...ctList|745804p and http://www.brookstone.com/luminara-f...ctList|805970p

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    Last edited by pinecone; 10-14-2012 at 02:21 PM.

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    Try Hobby Lobby. You can use a 40 % coupon on one at a time or wait till they go on sale at 50% !
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    I have them from all over. Meijer's had a 20+ piece kit found in the candle dept for 29.99. Sometimes on sale for 19.99. It has 3 large candles with timers, some votive candles w/o timers and 12 tea light candles w/o timers. I have bought several of these. I just wish the votive and tea light candles had timers. Meijer's also has the (not sure technical name) antique style candle in holder with globe that has a timer. Makes a good nightlight you can carry if you get up at night. I have them all over the house set to come on at dark. Reduces the need to turn on lights when going into a room. Also good for power failures.

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    I like the flameless because of the animals and also the ones without sent as parrots (I have parrots, dogs & a cat) should not be exposed to the sents & any smoke the regular candles give off.

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    Guess I'm the odd woman out here. I was given some as a gift and I regifted them. They don't look real to me and the scent is not the same. But in all honesty, I don't have cats or small children who bother my candles and I never leave candles on in a room without people in the room so i don't have safety issues.

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    I love the fameless candles. I get all of mine on QVC.

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