How do electronic blow out candles work?


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Username: Candypants

Post Number: 9
Registered: Sep-10
Ok, this might be a peculiar question, but I was having a discussion with a friend about those blow on/blow off candles and how they work. We both have our own theories and of course I think I have the most logical one, so I thought I'd ask you guys what your opinion is. What do you think the mechanism is behind the electronic candles to get them blown out?

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Username: Wingmanalive


Post Number: 24254
Registered: Jun-06
Wasn't hard to find out where you C/P that from.


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Username: Wolf_hound

Phoenix, AZ

Post Number: 1322
Registered: Sep-05 dles-work/

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Username: Wingmanalive


Post Number: 24267
Registered: Jun-06
OP is probably a bot of some kind.

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Username: Dollface5566

Post Number: 21
Registered: Sep-10
Sound sensor? I have a set from Philips which you have to turn upside down in order to turn them on or off. Which means there's a motion sensor in them probably.
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