As Seen On TV: Luma Candles Review

The Product: Luma Candles

The Promise: “12 Illuminating Color Options”

The Total Price: 4 regular sized and 2 jumbo sized Luma Candles for a grand total of $37.97.

Luma Candles Review

What are Luma Candles?

Luma Candles are real wax vanilla scented L.E.D. candles that feature a 12 color flickering L.E.D. light instead of a wick. Luma Candles are also able to be set to turn off automatically after 4 or 8 hours.


What Makes Luma Candles A Good Buy?

For us, Luma Candles are a great buy as they combine the elegance of real wax candles with the safety and convenience of LED lighting. I can turn the candles on and never have to worry about them starting a fire. Plus, the 12 different color options makes for a fun way to add themed lighting to any occasion.


Does Luma Candles Have A Special Offer?

Double offer with bonus jumbo sized candles.


Luma Candles Total Price Breakdown

2 regular sized and 1 jumbo sized Luma Candles for $19.99 + $8.99 shipping and handling, plus 2 more regular sized and 1 jumbo sized Luma Candles for just an additional $8.99 shipping and handling for a grand total of $37.97.


Luma Candles Lowest Price

At the time of this writing, the lowest price to buy Luma Candles is from the official Luma Candles website.

(Alternatively, you can see if you can find it cheaper at walmart.com or amazon.com by searching in the boxes below:)






Where To Buy Luma Candles?

Luma Candles are not available in stores. In fact, the only place you can get this special offer is from the official Luma Candles website. (all of the big yellow box links on this page lead to the Luma Candle website.)


Do Luma Candles Have A Warranty or Guarantee?

Luma Candles are covered by a full 30 day money back guarantee minus the cost of shipping and handling.


Luma Candles Customer Service Information

Telephone: 1-862-437-1111 extension 14


Do Luma Candles Really Work?

We are happy to report that Luma Candles really do work as advertised. The LED flicker lighting looked quite realistic, and the remote control and 12 color options were fun to change up depending on our mood. The only negative we could really find was that the vanilla scent might be a turn off for those who don’t care for that particular scent.


Luma Candles Review: Our Conclusion

Wrapping up, we really like Luma Candles. We found them to be fun, safe, and just an overall upgrade to using regular flame candles.

So if you like the look and feel of candle light, but don’t want to worry about burning down the house, be sure to click that big yellow box below to get YOUR Luma Candles now!


What are YOUR thoughts about Luma Candles? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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15 comments on “As Seen On TV: Luma Candles Review
  1. Mariam Manukjan says:

    first

  2. Krisztina Mile says:

    This is like a beginning of a soft porn movie :D

  3. rainepanda says:

    man, i’ve never seen these before lol

  4. steffers841 says:

    these are at costco!

  5. The As Seen On TV Blog says:

    Luma Candles are real wax candles with a color changing LED instead of a wick. http://asseenontvblog.net/index.php/as-seen-on-tv-luma-candles-review/

  6. The As Seen On TV Blog says:

    What do you get when you cross a real wax candle with a color changing LED? Luma Candles! (And a house that didn’t burn down!)http://asseenontvblog.net/index.php/as-seen-on-tv-luma-candles-review/ #asseenontv #asotv #candles #lumacandles

  7. Shane Trusty says:

    What do you get when you cross a real wax candle with a color changing LED? Luma Candles! (And a house that didn’t burn down!)http://asseenontvblog.net/index.php/as-seen-on-tv-luma-candles-review/ #asseenontv #asotv #candles #lumacandles

  8. Alana Gorman says:

    Was that guy kissing her shirtless ?

  9. Arthur Persson says:

    Oh!

  10. Andrew says:

    These seem like a good idea and I like that they have a remote so I don’t have to worry about turning them off individually. I like this commercial.

  11. Brandon Votaw says:

    100,000 hours = 2,500/219 years

  12. Katy Louise says:

    posted on my birthday c:

  13. Rhea says:

    Just bought some- remote doesn’t work as far as turning them on and off or making then flicker. Only works on changing colors. I expect better quality for $20

  14. Donna says:

    Brandon Votaw = are you calculating how many years 100,000 hours is equal to? 24 hours in a day x 365 days in a year = 8760 total hours in one year. 100,000 total burning hours/8760 hours in one year = 11.41 years of burning time per candle. But don’t get too excited – I’m sure you’ll have to change the batteries a few times a year if you turn them on much. lol

  15. kevinzcomras says:

    Produced by Kevin Comras at Inventel

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