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Seeing the realistic flames of these Outdoor Dream Candles flickering in the heat of summer and on breezy evenings is pure magic. Virtually indistinguishable from the real thing, our battery-powered candles' dancing "flame" is illuminated from within by high intensity LEDs. A convenient remote turns them on and off with the touch of a button. Candles are for outdoor use; all-weather plastic pillar won't melt in heat or crack in cold Realistic flickering flame won't blow out Miniature holes drain moisture out Convenient 24 hour on/off timer Included remote controls all Dream Candles within 12 ft. radius Two D batteries not included (per candle) 250 hour battery life per candle in timer mode Note: Not for use with spiked candleholders.
 
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5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Outdoor Dream Candles,
Date:September 29, 2012
ByGMUNCH
New/Existing Customer:Existing
Date:September 29, 2012
I purchased one of these candles to give it a try. I was amazed, it really looks like a real burning candle. It has the same brightness, same color, same flickering motions as a real candle.
It turns itself on every evening for 5 hours and then turns off until the next evening. You can set the time you want it to turn on by simply pointing the remote control at the candle and pushing the on button twice at the specific time you want it to turn on. If you want it to turn on at 7pm, then at 7pm, you point the remote at the candle and push the on button twice. Very simple. You can turn it on or off with the remote control at any time you want to. I have owned the candle for about two months now and it still has the original set of two D flashlight batteries in it and is still working perfectly. The batteries last a long time. If you like candles in the evening, get some, you will really enjoy them.
One other thing, I found some other Luminare candles on the internet that looked similar but I read the reviews of the other internet candles and people were having regrets and said that the cheaper ones they bought elsewhere were junk and that they wished that they had bought them from Frontgate where they bought their first set, because the Frontgate candles are well made and work perfectly, no problems. Get the Frontgate candles if you buy some.
Pros: Appearance, Quality, Durability, looks like a real candle
Cons: cost a bit more but are worth the difference.
 
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Seeing the realistic flames of these Outdoor Dream Candles flickering in the heat of summer and on breezy evenings is pure magic. Virtually indistinguishable from the real thing, our battery-powered candles' dancing "flame" is illuminated from within by high intensity LEDs. A convenient remote turns them on and off with the touch of a button. Candles are for outdoor use; all-weather plastic pillar won't melt in heat or crack in cold Realistic flickering flame won't blow out Miniature holes drain moisture out Convenient 24 hour on/off timer Included remote controls all Dream Candles within 12 ft. radius Two D batteries not included (per candle) 250 hour battery life per candle in timer mode Note: Not for use with spiked candleholders.
 

Can't figure out the timer on these outdoor candles

These candles are not like regular luminara candles. The bottom has a button instead of a switch and there are no instructions on how to set the timer. Can you please give me instructions.
I have the same candle. To set the timer you push the little green button the bottom of the candle to power up (turn on) the candle. When you have pushed the button, the candle should be on (lighted).

To set the timer, you take the remote control which should have four different buttons on it:

- Green ON button
- Red OFF button
- Black 5H button for "5 Hours", and a
- 10H button for "10 Hours"

After turning on the candle with the button on the bottom of the candle, point the remote control at the candle and press the 5H button to tell the candle to stay on for 5 hours. The candle will blink off and back on one time to confirm the 5 hour setting.

If you want it to stay on for 10 hours, press the 10H button and the candle will blink on and off two times to confirm the 10 hour setting.

You can turn the candle on or off with the remote. You can power the candle completely off, i.e. turn off the batteries with the little green button on the bottom of the candle. This turns the entire candle off, it won't respond to the remote control when you turn it off with the button on the bottom of the candle.

To power up the candle again, push the little green button on the bottom of the candle, it will power up, be illuminated and will respond to commands from the remote control.

Good luck.
1 year, 11 months ago
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