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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Air Wick Changing Color Candle Review + Giveaway


We live right by the Tuckasegee River in Western North Carolina. One of our favorite things to do is to sit on our front porch and relax. We do this on the weekend and, on weekdays, we like sitting there watching the sunset. We have a drink and relax. It's actually very romantic.

When it gets dark, we often have candles we light so we can be outside and not have to ruin the moment with the harsh porch lights.

When I received the Air Wick Apple Cinnamon Medley Changing Color Candle to review, I was excited. I knew this would go out to the porch while we can still sit outside. Once it gets too cold, it will come inside and live on the mantle.

I have to say the fragrance is wonderful. There is nothing like Apple and Cinnamon to make your home smell cozy. The best thing about this candle though is that it changes color. I have no idea how it does it but it really changes color.

It is really cool. I tried to figure out how it changes color but couldn't. But it was really nice to sit on the porch and enjoy the changing colors ans we relaxed on the porch. It is very mesmerizing to watch the changing colors. I would love to know how they do it!


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 Disclosure: I received a sample product for review purposes. No other compensation was given and the opinions in this post are solely mine and are based on my experience with the product. Sponsors are responsible for shipping prizes unless otherwise stated. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery of any prizes.

109 comments:

  1. HMMMMM, I think that the wick might have something on it that may make the flame change color, I have seen birthday candles that have colored flames. This candle just looks pretty cool. thanks

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  2. There's a mixture of different color waxes which show through the frosted glass.

    Wanda McHenry
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  3. I have no idea how it changes colors maybe something to do with it heating up or the glass the candle is in...

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  4. I would guess that there is some sort of sensor in the candle that reacts to heat.

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  5. I think the little battery chip in the candle has automatic alternating color options.

    Nancy
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  6. I think it works with led lights that we can't see.

    Michelle Jonassen

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  7. It's quite simple...it's magic of course LOL

    wdwfla at gmail dot com

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  8. I'm figuring the heat varies as the candle burns & each section changes color accordingly.

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  9. possibly different trace minerals in the wick
    debbie jackson
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  10. i have no idea how it works... i just know i want to try it,.


    kadia3 at yahoo dot com

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  11. My theory is that it has a variety of waxes and a special wick that cycles through the colors.

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  12. i think the candle heats up the glass and it changes color

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  13. I have no idea. Maybe there's some kind of "chemical" in the wick.
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  14. Perhaps there's something in the candle that reacts to heat and changes the colors?

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  15. I think it has to do with your moods - kind of like a mood ring!

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  16. NO CLUE!
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  17. i think it is on a time switch star95011atyahoodotcom

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  18. There is some sort of light sensor in the candle. Just a guess.
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  19. Pixiedust!
    Thanks for the chance.
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  20. A little man inside changes them
    gabbflabber@live.com

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  21. I don't know but maybe there's an explanation on the candle.

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  22. I don't know but maybe there's an explanation on the candle's container

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  23. It must be Elizabeth Montgomery twitching her "Bewitched" nose! LOL Really no clue, but they are awfully pretty!
    hondaray6 at hotmail dot com

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  24. I guess the wax colors differ and glow through the containers.

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  25. LED lights in the base??? I have no idea! :)

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  26. i think the lightbulb itself changes color

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  27. Maybe by heat. Patricia

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  28. I'd say Witchcraft

    edq143 at yahoo dot com

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  29. I'm guessing the wick has different chemical compounds in it and as it burns down it changes colors

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  30. Pixie dust?

    mmc123456

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  31. Some kind of chemical that makes it do that...or it's just magic!

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  32. has to work by LEDs or magic lol!

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  33. I would think the heat would have something to do with it

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  34. The candle fairies come by when they get bored and change the color.

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  35. I vote for magic!
    Thanks for the giveaway! Janna Johnson jannajanna@hotmail.com Janna@feedyourpig on gfc

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  36. I said magic - my hubby says there must be a battery and is heat activated. I like magic better :)

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  37. I think it has to do with color filters.

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  38. Maybe the wax has some kind of minerals in it? It reminds me of the mineral-covered pinecones that we put into our bonfire in the summer - they change the colors of the fire.

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  39. Maybe colored wax
    Sherri J
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  40. Believe is is different colors of wax. Whatever it is it is cool!

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  41. I think a battery chip-run sensor does the trick!

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  42. Tiny little fairies fly over the top and sprinkle magic coloring dust on the flame.

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  43. I think it has a programmed chip in it.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  44. Could be the heat or wax, really neat though
    Kendraco22@yahoo.com

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  45. It works, more then that I on't need to know. But it's cool. And I love the way they smell

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  46. I believe that the wick gives off different colors as it burns down or maybe its magic.

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  47. Perhaps, it works with led lights? Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Reneewalters3@yahoo.com

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  48. I think its a chemical reaction, something in the wick?

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  49. It's gotta be some type of oil in the wax that makes the candle change color... I think...

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  50. differnet types of chemicals

    oceanrenaatyahoodotcom

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  51. LED lights, maybe.
    2dogs5catscrew@att.net

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  52. these look so cool! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  53. I have absolutely no clue - actually read a review where the person was disappointed because it did not change colors. I'd still like to try it, though.

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  54. the heat changes the color
    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  55. i think the wick may be what causes it to change color

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  56. I have absolutely no idea, some sort of chemical reaction.

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  57. Battery charged light inside changes colors through a little colored gizmo! :)

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  58. magic! or science..
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  59. batteries

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  60. I'm really not sure but I agree and think the wick might have something to do with it.
    Virginia Rowell

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  61. idk, maybe different colored little lights
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  62. fairy magic.

    dani marie ferriza2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  63. The heat makes it change colors maybe??

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  64. I so have no idea!!
    lorenalke@yahoo.com

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  65. I think there is an LED light in the bottom!

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  66. My son would say magical elves!
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  67. Fiber optic?
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  68. I'm going to go with... Truly advanced science is indistinguishable from magic. Thus, it is magic!

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  69. I would imagine there is a heat initiated sensor somewhere by the wick. When a lighter is lit, it sends a signal to a LED light in the bottom of the candle

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  70. i would say there is a timer in there
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  71. maybe some kind of stuff on the wick that when it gets to a certain point it causes some kind of reaction

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  72. different color wax?

    BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com Brittney House

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  73. Magic! (You said to tell you me theory, I didn't see anything about being realistic, lol :D)

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  74. probably sends different levels of current to the LED and causes it to emit different color.....just my guess


    brich22 at earthlink dot net

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  75. Maybe different colors of waxes? (Corey Olomon)

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  76. I am going with magic :)

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  77. I have no idea! But they sure are pretty!

    annabee818 @ yahoo (dot) com

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  78. i would think the color change is in the wick

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  79. I'd guess there's a couple little led lightbulbs? I know the kids have color-changing balls that light up like that.

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  80. umm a magic fairy..lol
    honestly im not that smart I have no clue..lol

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  81. I think the colors change due to oxygen and heat levels within the candle.
    californiapoppys@yahoo.com

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  82. The wax is colored or has various layers that contain different chemicals that react by giving off a color when warmed?? Who knows, but it is awesome!!

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  83. It's either different colors in the wax or Magic.
    Lieutcrunch27 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  84. i'm thinking their is a heat sensor in the bottom that makes it change color when you light it and it gets hot

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  85. I can't figure it out. Maybe it has a colored film that rotates around the bulb.

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  86. Something on the wick. Just like those color sprinkles you can get and throw into your fireplace.

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  87. I think it has to do woth the different color mix and the type of glass
    triciaantosh@yahoo.com

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  88. I think that there is some kind of automatic timer that switches colors every few minutes.

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  89. I have no idea! Maybe different colored waxes?!

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  90. Maybe using different temperatures

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  91. maybe it's like a mood ring! lol

    sarahyurga@yahoo.com

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