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HSJWOSA Convincingly Set of 12 Rechargeable Flickering Flameless

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Product description

Size:Amber

Electric candles Home Kitchen Home Décor Candles Holders Candleholders Candle Lamps
Feature
-Set includes 12 rechargeable tea lights, linkable base(charging dock) and adapter.
-Tealights are 1.6 inches tall and 1.5 inch diameter.
-Projects a soft Static light that provides the effect of a classic candle
-Rechargeable battery included. Will last up to 10 hours per charge
-Each tealight has an on/off switch on the bottom

Specification
-Material:. ABS+Plastic
-Candles Size: 4*4*4.6cm; Charging dock size:10.5x9.6x2cm
-Battery: 3.6v Built-in 80mAhMH Ni-MH battery
-charger input: 100-240V
-Lamp Type LED
-LED Color AMBER
-Lighting Direction Uplight
-Features Rechargeable
-Power Supply AC Powered((US/ EU power cord plug optional)
-Net Weight(kg) 0.8kgs

Package included
-12pcs x Candles Lamp
-1 x Charging dock
-1x Charging Adapter(US/UK/EU/AU plug optional)

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502250-3591 - CONNECTOR, FPC, 35POS, 1ROW, 0.3MM, (Pack of 10)


 
 

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