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  • My wife just bought 2 six-candle sets. If the candle is left in timer mode to turn itself on (5 hours daily) and off (19 hrs daily), how many days will the CR2032 provide power and light before the battery goes dead?

    Hi Jim,   Thank you for your question! 

    You should get 80-100 hours on the batteries that come with the flameless candles.

    Generally, this is a tough one to answer as there are many factors that control the life of your batteries.  The type/brand of battery can make a difference as does the age/freshness of the batteries.     Another factor has to do with the way you use the led candles.  The best way to get the most life out of your candles is to turn them off using the switch on the bottom of the candle when you are done using them.  If you put the candles in a stand-by mode, this will draw a slight charge from the batteries.  If you are turning them on each night it might not make a noticeable difference but if you only turn them on occasionally you may be disappointed to discover your batteries died waiting for you.   We are always here to help you with any other questions  =}   Regards, Peg Schmidt Co-founder, LED Lytes


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  • My wife just bought 2 six-candle sets. If the candle is left in timer mode to turn itself on (5 hours daily) and off (19 hrs daily), how many days will the CR2032 provide power and light before the battery goes dead?

    Hi Jim,   Thank you for your question! 

    You should get 80-100 hours on the batteries that come with the flameless candles.

    Generally, this is a tough one to answer as there are many factors that control the life of your batteries.  The type/brand of battery can make a difference as does the age/freshness of the batteries.     Another factor has to do with the way you use the led candles.  The best way to get the most life out of your candles is to turn them off using the switch on the bottom of the candle when you are done using them.  If you put the candles in a stand-by mode, this will draw a slight charge from the batteries.  If you are turning them on each night it might not make a noticeable difference but if you only turn them on occasionally you may be disappointed to discover your batteries died waiting for you.   We are always here to help you with any other questions  =}   Regards, Peg Schmidt Co-founder, LED Lytes



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