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Flameless Wax Candle from Energizer

Hey neighbors!

I am sure many of you today are busy planning your meal for tomorrow, or preparing to travel.  Or perhaps you are already traveling.  This year we are not traveling.  Anyway, I wanted to share a unique product with you from Energizer.  They have Flameless Wax Candles!  Are you amazed?  I was!  I mean, normally when I think Energizer, I think batteries or flashlights.  Now I have to revise my thinking.  Not only is it a flameless wax candle, it is also scented.  Vanilla!  One of my favorites!


These are perfect for the upcoming holidays, especially if you have young children visiting or if you have pets.  With the flameless candle there is no chance of a candle accidentally tipping over and starting a fire or of someone being burned.  So easy to use, and pretty too!  Just put in four Energizer AA batteries and adjust the settings.  You can turn it on and off or you can set the timer.  With the timer option you can set it for 4, 6, or 8 hours.

The Energizer Flameless Wax Candle would also make a great gift idea.  They look realistic and since they are fragranced you get the feeling of a real candle.  Perfect for those family gatherings this holiday season.

Here is a little information regarding the candle:

·         Advanced 3-level timer so consumers can choose an auto shut-off at 4, 6 or 8 hours
·         Three LEDs create a realistic flicker pattern that does not repeat for up to 72 hours
·         Memory feature so you can set the candles to come on at the same time every day


Now remember too, that with Energizer Max batteries you know you will have the power you need, when you need it.  These batteries can last up to 10 years sitting on the shelf.  My neighbors can find Energizer Candles on Amazon.com.  And of course you can find the Energizer Max batteries at your local department or grocery store.

Be sure to enter the giveaway, where Energizer will be sending one of my neighbors a Flameless Wax Candle just like mine along with a pack of Energizer Batteries.

Disclaimer:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Flameless Wax Candle and batteries for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.


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Comments

karenmed409 said…
I am thankful to have a warm home , and shoes on my feet. This week I realized that the smallest things we take for granted don't just fall from the sky.
debijackson said…
the entire task doesn't show to tell you something....and then goes blank so what i want for Christmas is a laptop debbie jackson
djackson1958 at hotmail dot com
ShellyH said…
Right now I am thankful that my auntie is still with us. She is like a grandmother to me & helped my mother raise us. She is 87 years old and was recently diagnosed with cancer. We want to enjoy as much time as we can with her.
Unknown said…
I am thankful to have a roof over my head and food to eat.
Unknown said…
Follow with GFC: smurfette
email: frangiepani at hotmail dot com
Unknown said…
I am Thankfull for family. Thank you. Jerri Davis
tawndam said…
I'm thankful that I still have my children near me...
latanya t said…
for my family and health
Coolestmommy said…
I am thankful for Jesus and my eternal freedom through him. And that I live in a country where I can worship freely.
Unknown said…
I purchased a flameless wax candle recently and I'm loving it. But I would love to win this too!
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rubynreba said…
I am thankful my husband's cancer is in remission.
bhoppe76 said…
thankful for my husband and two boys
Unknown said…
I am thankful I have a job.
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I'm thankful for my health, family, a roof over my head, and food on the table.
Marie said…
I am so thankful for my family...I am lucky to have a great husband and three wonderful children who have grown into fine young adults!


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Shelly Peterson said…
I'm thankful for my friends and family and that I have food and shelter
Unknown said…
I am thankful for my fiance, family, friends, good health, roof over my head, food, God, Jesus, my church, and the 4 year old children that I teach Sunday school too! Truly blessed!
jlapage said…
Definitely my family!!! :-)

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