The design of the Caroler Candles was VERY poorly designed. If the user was to screw in the light bulb into the bulb socket/base...they very easily would snap the wire connected to the socket/base. It happened several times to the candles I ordered.
May 16, 2014
No on/off switch
They do not have an on/off button. You either have to take the battery out or twist the light bulb out. Glad I ordered more than I needed as 6 of the 3 doz I ordered were broken.
April 21, 2014
I would not order them again
We had a Christmas program the childern carried the candles there was very little ligth from them and they cost to much for what we got , they were cheap looking . One child dropped one and the buld broke and I cannot find bulds to replace it . This was for a church program . I wad so dispionted in the product that I will not oder anything,
January 13, 2014
I thought I was being smart by getting battery operated candles for my windows instead of ones that need to plug in. But they all died after the first night, so clearly I wasn't as smart as I thought.
If you are looking for caroler candles, I'm sure these would be perfect. Just don't try to use these as window candles. Get the plug-in kind.
January 9, 2014
Good Candle Without the Fire Hazard
I purchased these to use with our school choir at a holiday performance. They were a very effective part of our performance. They were very affordable and at the advice of another review, I purchased extra. Some of the candles didn't work so it was easy to replace with one of the extra candles. The only other battery-operated candle that I could find on the web that was similar to this sold for $4.95 each! Since that was definitely out of our price range, we put up with a few malfunctions. It would be nice if the candles had an on/off switch. The kids had to unscrew the bulbs slightly to turn it "off" and then screw it back in place to turn it "on". Other than those inconveniences, the candles added a nice touch to our performance.
January 2, 2014