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Philips Imageo LED Rechargeable Candle Lights, White only £15.29 @ amazon £15.19

£15.19 @ Amazon
Rechargable LED candles Easy to switch on and off, simply tilt the candle Create your own atmosphere Wireless induction charging, charger included Lasts for 20 hours (once fully charged fo… Read More
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Rechargable LED candles
Easy to switch on and off, simply tilt the candle
Create your own atmosphere
Wireless induction charging, charger included
Lasts for 20 hours (once fully charged for 10 hours)
Indoor and outdoor use as candle lights are water resistant
Safe for children & pets - no fire, no smoke, no risk
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#1
Thanks op
#2
These are great and last for at least 10 hours once they are charged. Good value at £15.
#3
I dont know why people are voting this cold the reviews are good as is the price i dont understand this site sometimes.
1 Like #4
sac1977
I dont know why people are voting this cold


Maybe because they have been between £12.99 and £14.99 (dependent on colour) for ages on Amazon. Aside from the odd jump to £19.99, which would very quickly drop back down to £14.99.
1 Like #5
Norse
sac1977
I dont know why people are voting this cold


Maybe because they have been between £12.99 and £14.99 (dependent on colour) for ages on Amazon. Aside from the odd jump to £19.99, which would very quickly drop back down to £14.99.


Every time i looked they have been £20 +
#6
MIB15
These are great and last for at least 10 hours once they are charged. Good value at £15.


Presumably that's why it says it lasts 20 hours in the post?
#7
These are great - v.realistic...I have the pink princess ones :) Think I got them for around £12 on the black friday deals but they are good value for money if you use candles alot
1 Like #8
Yeah. These were 12.99 all through october and november. Went up to £20 just before christmas, so that they could drop them to £13-odd for black friday. Went back up to £20 just after black friday.

So, yes. Cold from me I'm afraid.
#9
These are great we have loads of them. The red ones are the nicest though.

Edited By: alera on Jan 11, 2011 23:12: Edit
#10
Great, happy to pay £15 rather than £20.
Would be nice at £13 but you can't have everything.
Thanks
#11
another satisfied buyer, these are great and would make a good present too, something you probably would not normally consider buying but very pleased once you did,
#12
Bought for £25 about a year or so ago. Absolutely love them - use them every evening. Well worth more than £15!
#13
Bought these for my mum for Christmas - went down a treat 8)
#14
Was under 15 just before Christmas, [according to santa] so I'm afraid it's cold
#15
Voted hot,I have these in all colours they are all lovely.
#16
I have these too, brilliant, well worth the price, what ever you pay .:)
#17
Cold, the standard price for these was £14.99 for most of last year, meaning this is super cold.

Once again another case of voting on the product, not the price.
#18
Painterz1
Yeah. These were 12.99 all through october and november. Went up to £20 just before christmas, so that they could drop them to £13-odd for black friday. Went back up to £20 just after black friday.

So, yes. Cold from me I'm afraid.


Wrong.

Bough a day or two after black friday @ £14.99.
#19
I bought a set of these at the end of November, they are absolutely brilliant and I am not easily pleased!
#20
These are great, I got some for Xmas and have been looking at other colours all for about £20 - so hot from me. Thanks OP. :3
suspended#21
thses are fab heat added ty
#22
Bought my hubby these for Christmas, they are great - just like real candles, you can use them in the bathroom, and they are safe too :)
1 Like #23
Our baby is obsessed with them, stops her crying as soon as she sees one. Unlike normal candles you don't have to worry about burning the house down. We have the white red and blue glass ones and the plastic outdoor ones as well they dont look as nice as the glass ones but are bigger water resistant and give off more light. They are great products worth a lot more than 15 quid the normal retail on these is 25 - 30 it's only amazon I have seen selling them cheap the price on there fluctuates from 13 - 25 so this is still a decent price
#24
I got the blue ones as a house warming gift for friends - perfect!
#25
these are so nice and with being rechargeable no need to buy loads of batteries!
#26
striker33
Cold, the standard price for these was £14.99 for most of last year, meaning this is super cold.

Once again another case of voting on the product, not the price.


But if they are the cheapest around at the moment regardless of its previous price then its hot i thought the voting was based on the current cheapest price or deal not what it was in the past
#27
Bought my wife some for a stocking filler and we tried them out last night, pretty impressive and much safer than candles with a young one running about! :)
#28
Nice enough product, nothing special about the price...
#29
these are great, bought some before xmas and Ive had lots of comments about them....ideal for if you have small kids running around the house, and they look really nice....were slightly cheaper before xmas...I got mine for around £14 but hot nonetheless! Great find
1 Like #30
A good price for white ... I have 12 of them (4 packs) dotted around the house, they look like real candles from a distance. However, I'm not impressed with the red and blue, which dont look as authentic.
#31
jaykay1975
A good price for white ... I have 12 of them (4 packs) dotted around the house, they look like real candles from a distance. However, I'm not impressed with the red and blue, which dont look as authentic.


Funny that, considering all the blue and red flame candles you normally see.... :|
;)

I bought these late last year, probably at the last time they were posted for £14.99 (so I should be voting cold right, the 20p difference and all that..;)). Theyre really good, I intended them to be mainly used in the living room, but they find themselves in my sons room everynight, he now likes these instead of having the ceiling light on (Which is still pretty bright, even on a dimmer switch).. Not quite sure if Im saving any energy (time charging these vs the ceiling light on for 12hrs), but he seems to sleep better using these, so a big bonus!
Am hoping to get the blue ones for his room, so I can claim the white back.. And possibly the pink ones for the bedroom!

Hot from me :)
#32
Very good and worth the money....i got them when they were last at this price...
#33
I bought them for a family member when they appeared on here last time at a little lower than £15. They are brilliant! Well made and suprising hefty frosted glass. Still voted hot.
#34
just ordered my 3rd lot!! love them ..
#35
I really don't understand the appeal of these things but got daughter a set for Christmas to discourage flames in her bedroom (!). Very well made and she likes them, but they don't substitute for scented candles unfortunately.
#36
I bought these some time ago and they are great. However, I bought some pink ones, and also a pair of the larger design white ones. These pink and largers white ones were made of plastic.

They feel a bit cheap compared to my old ones, made of heavy frosted glass. Have they changed the design to use cheaper materials?

Edited By: LotusJas on Jan 12, 2011 12:14
#37
i want the blue ones... iirc these went to £12-13-ish Amazon black friday
#38
paid £14.99 before crimbo for the other half's present. i like them, they give a nice light and last for ages on a charge. good deal.
#39
LotusJas
I bought these some time ago and they are great. However, I bought some pink ones, and also a pair of the larger design white ones. These pink and largers white ones were made of plastic.

They feel a bit cheap compared to my old ones, made of heavy frosted glass. Have they changed the design to use cheaper materials?


Nope, they're still frosted glass.

It appears you've got some cheap knock-offs.
#40
Sorry to hijack this thread. I got one of those in Blue. Boxed with original receipt. Mint condition for £10. Pick up. Anyone interested?

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