About this item
- Measures approximately 18"H x 18"W.
- Made of plastic, metal, iron wire and poly-blend fabric.
- Includes a 72" black AC power cord.
- For indoor or covered porch use only.
- Safety Warning: Remove all plastic fasteners and tags. These are part of the packaging and should be discarded.
- Caution: Sharp points. Keep away from children. Do not display or use this product in wet or adverse conditions.
Decorate your Halloween home in spooky high style. The Hanging Flame Light is so much fun that it sets the mood for a ghoulish good time. Nothing sets the tone for trick-or-treaters coming to your door like a brewing cauldron of witch’s brew, especially if you’re dressed as a witch to hand out candy. The Hanging Flame Light is great for Harry Potter Goblet of Fire parties, Fire and Ice theme parties, or just a night-time get-together when you’d like to add a little unexpected drama and excitement.
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 8.0 inches (H) x 8.0 inches (W) x 8.0 inches (D)
Placement: Ceiling hanging
Item Number (DPCI): 240-20-0074
overall: 3.8 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
Electrical cord ruins the effect
(would not recommend)
3 out of 5 stars
Bettycrave — 1 year ago
Doesn't look good with power cord coming out of the top of it. Brought them back. It would be great if they were battery operated instead.see moreof the reviewer's review
3 out of 5 stars
DD — 2 years ago
the description leads you to believe that this battery operated. This is the reason why I bought it. A hanging flame with an electrical cord does not look realistic but don't get fooled. This item is powered by a electrical cord.
Great Flame Light
5 out of 5 stars
halloweenfanatic — 4 years ago
The description doesn't mention it, but these have LED lights in them so you don't have to worry about the bulbs blowing out. I've had various flame lights throughout the Halloween seasons and these so far are the best. Not too loud, and the color is nice.. This is only my second year with the LED v...see moreof the reviewer's review