Smart LED Candle Light

SmartCandleLight.jpgWe featured some LED candles from Phillips previously but these lamps are available for only $9.95. The LEDs inside this lamp simulate a real candle. It’s powered by three rechargeable or regular AAA batteries. Available from CB2. Found via Better Living Through Design.

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  1. says

    There are a couple of more companies that offer these candles as well: one that offers either glass or plastic holders (the plastic ones price out to about $4.00 ea in a five pack), the ones with the frosted glass are $5.00 each, add shipping to both.LEDTronics.com
    Geeks.com are offering similar (though we’re not sure if they’re the “flicker” type on clearance for about 2.00 each

  2. says

    Our company developed some new artwork design for our 2007 hot sale products at the end of last year and now are going to promoting them in 2008 now. All the samples will be available in a week later. please refer to some of them at this stage and the others will coming soon. Those products are focusing on gifts and decoration position, it will be easier to distribute and sales. And we believe our 2007 hot sales products are much hot sale in 2008. Those products don’t print our logo. For branding your company and the products, we could help for printing your logo on them you welcome to your own artwork design.
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    If you are interested in them, please let me know. Looking forward to starting great business with you.

    Best Regards
    Stell@tecxon.com
    http://www.tecxon.com

  3. says

    I am looking for a small LED light for our Nurses Lamp for our Nursing Dept. Dedication.
    It is approximately 1/4 in diameter. Blinking. It has two twisting halves that twist together to turn on and twist in reverse to turn off. It requires 2 watch size batteries to operate.
    Do you sell such a thing? If not, can you suggest a company that might?
    Thanks so much for your help!
    Deborah Gifford

  4. says

    The key strength of LED candle light is reduced power consumption. When designed properly, an LED circuit will approach 80% efficiency, which means 80% of the electrical energy is converted to light energy. The remaining 20% is lost as heat energy. Compare that with incandescent bulbs which operate at about 20% efficiency (80% of the electrical energy is lost as heat).

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