Home Reflections Floating Flower Flameless Candle & Timer
Pretty And Serene
Bought this for a japanese water garden I started, to float in a shallow pot I made. It's perfect and now that winter is here it's on a shelf lighting up a dark corner of old favorite pictures that I keep by my bedside, giving a warm glow, just beautiful and real wax is nice too.
Better than I expected
I just love this item. I bought two of these. I kept one and gave the other one as a gift. I gave it 4 stars because honestly I have not used it in water yet. I have mine inside a glass vase as a centerpiece and it looks beautiful. What I id not realize when I purchased it is that it has a timer that will turn on and off every day. It is amazing. The one I gave away as a gift the next day I was getting a thank you and how wonderful it looks. I purchased the roses.
I just saw this candle on clearance and had to write a review. I purchased 2 of these in June of 2012...almost 2 years ago. They have worked perfectly since the day I got them. I will say I do not use them in water so I cannot attest to their durability when wet. I use them inside on the color mode for ambience. The timer works perfectly on both of them to this day. I am so impressed that these have worked so well for 2 years. The battery life is also excellent. I bought the water lily and love them! It is not a really bright light but that is not the reason I purchased them. I would recommend these to anyone! Love, love, love!!
THIS IS A VERY PRETTY CANDLE, BUT I WAS VERY DISAPOINTED THAT IT WAS WAX...I GUESS I OVERLOOKED THAT BIT OF INFO...WAS THINKING IT WOULD BE PLASTIC LIKE ALL THE OTHER FLAMELESS CANDLES I'VE PURCHASED FROM QVC...
I absolutely love the rose floating flower flameless candle by Home Reflections! It is substantial, it is glorious! I bought three of them for wedding decor! Keep these coming!
I got these last week .they are beautiful but they do seem soft and read that in high heat some melted .I can see that happening. but knowing that I will try to keep them in a cool tempeture.
I purchased the rose shape and I really like the way it's made. I like the colors that it emits and it looks pretty on my coffee table! The only thing I don't care for is the switch to turn it on and off is under the battery compartment lid, but, I realize they do it because you can float it in water and that helps keep the water out, not sure I will be placing it in water though!
Hope it doesn't' t melt. Wax appearance but multi changing lights adorable. Will wait until more greens appear before putting out.
I ordered the water lily and rose candles and absolutely love them both! It was
fun to experiment with them; I used the rose ones in wedding reception arrangements and couldn't have been happier with the glowing effect they give. I placed one rose in a rustic basket surrounded by Spanish moss and tiny flowers, and used the water
lily candle in a pretty glass bowl with blue glass marbles in the bottom.
bottom of candle
i bought one of the 6 inch a tear ago and the bottom of it that holds the batteries in wont stay in . and that keeps the candle from coming on. Tries to send message to company and they will not respond
I bought the sunflower, with no intention of using it in water. It is beautifully molded and painted, and gives off a nice muted glow. I found a clay flowerpot with a top diameter similar to the candle's base, filled it so the candle will sit just below the lip of the pot, and put it under a glass garden cloche on my coffee table. It makes a lovely summer look. I did have to send the first candle I received back because the on/off button didn't work, but the replacement has been working fine. I only use it with the candle flicker option--I think the color changing option just looks silly.
It Melted in the Heat
I put the candle in a large copper bowl outside filled with water. It melted a little bit more each day in the heat. I took it out of the bowl of water where it had been and laid it on a nearby plastic shelf. It slowly melted even more and left a river of melted wax running down the side of the shelf. Admittedly, the temperatures had been in the high 90's.
The dried river of wax is still there on the shelf months later as it was impossible to remove once it had hardened.