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Battery Powered Fairy Berry LED Lights

CODE: FBERRY

Discount Price: $1.89  

$1.70

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Battery Powered Fairy Berry LED Lights

Each Fairy berry contains a battery operated white LED light that will glow and fade smoothly, producing a fire bug twinkly fairy light effect. Place them on your lawn, in your backyard or garden to create a landscape taken straight from a fairy tale. You can string them with fishing line to the small recessed hook and hang them on trees. Fairy berries will also float on water, place them in your pool or pond to create a magic athmosphere for your venue.

Fairy berries are 20mm in diameter and are powered by 2 included CR 1220 batteries that are replaceable. To activate your Magic LED Ferry Berries, simply pull on the plastic tab that covers the batteries. The included batteries will last for about 20 hours.

NEW! Fairy Berries are now also available in Red, Green, Blue, Pink and RGB.
Choose your color using the drop down menu. You can pick a combination of different colors and still qualify for the global quantity discount! The total will be updated in your Cart when you Check Out.

Warnings: Choking hazard, Fairy Berries are not toys. keep away from children. Make sure to place your Fairy Berries where guests won’t accidently step on them.

Battery Powered Fairy Berry LED Lights

Battery Powered Fairy Berry LED Lights

* Actual size: 2cm

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Do they have to twinkle or can they just stay on?

Asked by Kristen | 05/05/2015, 11:27 | 1 answer(s)

Is there a way to turn the light off to save the battery or taking the battery out would be the only way?

Asked by jennifer philibert | 05/05/2015, 11:04 | 1 answer(s)

Does it come with its own batteries?

Asked by Christian | 03/04/2014, 16:25 | 1 answer(s)

Is white the only colour you have?

Asked by Adrianne | 01/18/2014, 13:59 | 1 answer(s)

Is there an on-off switch, or only the plastic pull-tab to allow the battery to touch the contacts?

Asked by Chris | 11/20/2013, 09:35 | 1 answer(s)

Can the fairy berry be used under water?

Asked by Linda | 09/10/2013, 16:18 | 1 answer(s)

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