Candles are all fine and good, but if you forget to blow them out you end up with a waxy mess all over whatever you had the candle sitting on. Plus if you are a geeky type prone to gaseous emissions flames open flames can be dangerous.
What do you do if you want the style and slick girly look of some candles burning in your room or office, yet don’t want to risk burning your hair off like an 80’s Michael Jackson? You go with the LED candles that feature a slick on and off function. To turn the candles on you blow on them just like you would to blow out a real candle, to turn the candle off you simply blow on them again. The candles themselves are coated with a waxy looking material so they look the part and the light flickers as well. The candles are 3 inches in diameter and three heights are available including 4 inch, 5 inch and 6 inch. Power comes via two AA batteries providing a 300 hour burn time. Via ThinkGeek
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