Ok, I am re-visiting this thread. I am still on a mission for warm white LED window candle. My boys constantly knock them down in their bedrooms, so I need the non electrical kind to avoid a potentail disaster.
With the holiday season upon us, anyone find any?This message has been edited. Last edited by: mmtsh,
It is ironic that you should ask! I just got some white bulbs to replace the more orangey/yellow ones. I got them from Plow and Hearth.
Well, I hate them! They look like neon lights! Even DH noticed them....and he never notices any decor changes( which I am happy about). They are so garish that I will not be using them. This is just my opinion.
Let me know what you think if you try them.
Posts: 2606 | Location: central PA | Registered: Jan 08, 2007
We have some LED battery powered candles at ACE and I'd been trying to find some window candles so I brought some home to try them out. They had an orange glow to them. I also was looking for white, so I was disappointed. I took them back. They were nice, but orange isn't my thing.
Seems like no matter what I looked at, they weren't what I was looking for so in the end I think I'll order the single old fashioned, plug-in kind that take a night light bulb of any color.
And to think some people out there still think a light bulb is a just light bulb. This message has been edited. Last edited by: *~Bella~*,
Posts: 3609 | Location: West TN, Zone 7a | Registered: Jan 05, 2007
I am planing on putting LED lights inside my motorcycle to light the whole thing up red. I know its illegal in NY to put underglow on cars but im not sure about motorcycles. Can someone please let me know if its illegal for bikes or not?
Non electrical style light this means you want a LED light which will operated by battery. So many such lights are available in the market. But your kids will still on off it. It would be better to use lights that will be attached to the wall like that of clock so, that your kids couldn't be able to on-off it. Night Lights