Tesco Everyday Value Tealights Reviews
Product Type: Tesco household products
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Candles
Newest Review: ... rows. I find this packaging design a bit annoying though because as soon as I cut the packet open the ones where I've cut ... more
Customer Tesco Everyday Value Tealights Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/06/13 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I use a lot of tealight candles in my home, as I have several wax tart burners and assorted candle holders. For this reason, I will often stock up on large packages of tealight candles when I see them available on promotional offer, as I go through so many of them! In my large stash of such items at home, I came across a large, see-through package of "Tesco Value Tealights", with this review outlining my experiences of using the product. Even though the Tesco Value brand has recently undergone a bit of a 'facelift', I believe that some items are still being sold in their previous packaging, which consists of the more traditional blue stripes and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/13, updated on 30/06/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Tealights are a very basic product in my opinion so I just buy any old brand - whatever's the cheapest, to be honest. Tesco everyday value tealights are the ones that I buy most often because I regularly shop in Tesco's. A pack of 100 costs £2.50 (it was £2 a pack a couple of weeks ago but they've shot up by 50p!) and a pack of thirty costs £1. I always buy the packs of 100 as these last for ages, at least a couple of months which is great considering how many I get through - I tend to burn a wax tart every day so I usually get through at least one or two tea lights per day. These tea lights come in a very simple cellophane sort of packet and they are all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/13, updated on 09/06/13 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Tesco do some of their own brand, fabulous quality little tea lights. These come in a pack of 100, which is very large, and they cost only £2.00. They are what Tesco term Everyday Value tea light, but really, the quality is just as good (in fact the metallic bases are better) than the more expensive type available from Ikea. These tea lights are unscented and each one is encased in a silver flexible metallic case. What I also like about these tea lights, is that unlike the ones I also buy from Ikea, these stay inside their cases and don't fall out in transit. The tea lights each burn between three to four hours. Four hours is the maximum amount of burn ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/13 (Very useful, 117 readings)
===My suggestion was for the Tesco pack of 100 Tea Lights which was approved so I am not sure where the 'pack of 30' came from!=== ===The Brand=== Made for Tesco. ===The Product=== Basic tea lights in foil cases. Made in Poland for Tesco. 100 tea lights. Sealed in plastic packaging with a grey front label. Warnings are in picture format. Comes in four layers. ===Cost=== £2.00 for 100 tea lights. ===My Opinion=== Most households tend to have some sort of candles and as well as having candles for emergencies such as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/13 (Very useful, 12 readings)
=Tesco Tea Lights= This is a review of the multi pack of 100 tealights. =Price and Availability= This is a Tesco own brand product and I paid £2 for a pack of 100 tealights, I purchased mine instore. =Packaged= The tealights are in four layers of 25 tealights each individual tealight is encased in its own foil case, it is basic but keeps the shape when the tealight is lit. These 4 layers are wrapped in a sealed plastic package The package has a grey label on the front telling us that this is 100 tealights, they are made in Poland, What I found odd was that the warnings are in picture format, so whether it is one set ... Read the complete review
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