Comparing Rechargeable Candles
We wrote a few months back about Philips Aurelle Rechargeable LED Candles. Some twinkle for your next dinner party with the fire risk or messy melted wax. Well, since Philips introduced the Aurelle candles, we've come across a few other brands worth noting:
Viatek Rechargeable Candles
Sold in a six pack for $25, the candles (pictured at right) are the best deal we've found for LED rechargeable candles. The energy-efficient LED is a power saver -- each charge lasts for 12 hours.
The candles come with a 4.25" x 2.25" glass votive. The LED flickers just like a real candle. You see these in a lot of restaurants these days.
Buy Viatek rechargeable candles.
Brookstone's Flameless Wax Sensor Candles
Made of real wax, these candles (pictured left) operate on four AA batteries - we recommend you use rechargeable ones. Not LED so not the most energy-efficient choice, though the candles do go out after two hours of use to save energy.
At $50, one of the priciest options. On the other hand, they look more natural than some of the LED versions. And they smell like vanilla. Buy Brookstone's Flameless Wax Sensor Candles.
Philips Aurelle LED Rechargeable Candles
Philips Aurelle LED models, pictured at right, are also expensive, at $15 for an individual candles or $200 for a 10-pack. Charge lasts 10 hours. Lights twinkle invitingly.
Philips rechargeable LED candles also come in different shapes, including square, round, triangle and tulip.
Sharper Image Waxless LED Flameless Candle
At $20, this wax LED candle (pictured at left) uses 2 C batteries for a life of up to 350 hours. Not too shabby. And good looking, too.
Again, make sure you pick up rechargeable batteries, please. Buy the Sharper Image Waxless LED Flameless Candle.
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Posted by Jess Brooks at April 19, 2007 9:30 AM