All of you would-be magicians, sorcerers and witches -- or hardcore 'Harry Potter' fans -- the Kandela Magic Candle is what you have been waiting for. Hitting the market just in time for Halloween and the theatrical release of the latest 'Harry Potter' film, it will surely inspire a world of magic.
I should note that you don't need to know any complex incantations in order to work the Kandela Magic Candle. Instead, all it takes is a flick of the wrist and, voila, it's lit. To turn off, you can give your wand a little wiggle or simply blow it out.
The Kandela Magic Candle Turns on With a Flick of the Wrist
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