Snow Swirl Nativity Lantern for Home Decoration

Operation:

  • ON/OFF: Move the OFF-ON switch on the bottom to ON. The Lantern will illuminate until you manually move the switch to OFF.
  • TIMER: Move the switch on the bottom to TIMER, the lantern will light up for 6 hours and then turns off for 18 hours in 24 hour cycle automatically.
  • POWER: This lantern can be powered by 3 AA batteries, or connect to power interface with the USB connecting cable(included)

Power by 3 X AA Batteries or Connect to Power Interface with the USB Connecting Cable

  • Do not operate this item in close proximity to gas, electric heaters or naked flames, candles or other heat sources.
  • Never mix different battery types or new and used batteries.
  • Remove exhausted batteries.
  • Do not recharge non-rechargeable batteries.

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  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
  • 2-Month Replacement Warranty
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Package Including:

  • 1 X Snow Swirl Lantern
  • 1 X USB Connecting Cable(not for battery charging)
  • 1 X User Manual

 

WARNING: THIS IS NOT A TOY, FOR DECORATION ONLY!

KEEP AWAY FROM KIDS AND PETS!

Product Features

  • MEASUREMENTS: 10.5 inches X 4 inches X 4 inches, made of sturdy plastic in copper color, vintage style.
  • FEATURES: Continuous swirling glitter, gently flip to loosen glitter, beautiful decoration in the night. Silent working, no noise at all.
  • POWER: This lantern can be powered by 3 AA batteries(not included), or connect to power interface with the USB connecting cable(included).
  • TIMER: Mover the switch on the bottom to TIMER, the lantern will light up for 6 hours and then turns off for 18 hours in 24 hour cycle automatically.
  • DECORATION: Perfect home decoration for your sweet home or fantastic Christmas gift for your family and friends.

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