Do these exist? Most have the soft orange flicker flame. I am looking
for something that looks more like a traditional window candle with a
clear bulb, but I do want battery-operated and LED.
Thanks for help.
Maybe. Be aware that the proverb about "burning your candle on both ends"
applies here too. We just bought a bunch of battery-operated LED candles
and they are not remotely as birght as the plug-in ones we had before. We
paid $7.00 each from BatteryOperatedCandles.net, which is the cheapest I
found. They have more expensive ones that might be brighter.
The brightness of the new ones is consistent will real candles and they do a
nice flicker that their predecessors didn't.
We bought a dozen LED battery candles from the Dollar Store for, yes, $1
each. They are just tea candle type - short fat disk shape. They flicker
very nicely - at leat most of them flicker. Not too bright. Maybe you could
get the type of candle you like and replace the light part with 2 or 3
cheap LEDs. Try your local dollar store. Ours are starting their third
Christmas season on the original batteries. One or two burned out so we
threw them out - new ones are cheaper than new batteries.
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