- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
1,200 hours of light! | High Utility | Odorless
• Off-the-Grid solution
In earlier times, candles were the go to source of light. Our Ready Candle will be your source of light when it counts! • Be prepared in a power outage
Perfect for power outages or for any time you need to shed costs. • Stays lit for hours
Works well for safely lighting large areas, get a couple going and light even more square footage. Our 100 Hour Ready Candle burns odorless & smokeless liquid paraffin—perfect for emergency use! While we have had them burn as long as 115 hours (yes we timed it) you are likely going to see 100 hours on average from our Ready Emergency Candle. Keep one in each of your emergency kits and in every room of the house for quick light in an emergency. The Ready Candle is a great choice for emergency lighting.
With this 12 pack of Ready Candles you can easily light a large area with emergency, cost efficient light. The candle burns liquid paraffin and is virtually odorless and smokeless, which makes it a great choice for indoors. The plastic storage cap snaps on and off easily, so you don't have to worry about messy spills. With the 12 pack there will be plenty of light that will last you as long as 50 days total!
- What's in the Box?
What's In-the-Box?Light & Communication (12 Candles):
(12) 100-Hour ReadyCandles
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: LC0018X12SB Shelf Life: Indefinite Dimensions (LxWxH): 3.75" x 4.5" x 3.75" ea. Packaging: No Preservation: No Array: Ready Store Product Series: No
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