4pcs Mix Color Spiral Birthday Candles Add 4pcs Bear Shape Toy For
Decoration And Play
|Series||Spiral Birthday Candle|
|Shape||spiral candle , bear shape toy|
|Blister card size||17*21cm|
|Candle color||mix color|
|4pcs Candles + 4pcs Bear / set|
|Orange & yellow|
|Place of origin||Maoming, Guangdong, China|
|Payment term||Telegraphic Transfer|
|Delivery Time||40 working days after received the advance payment|
|Logo||Can Be Customized|
-Samples are available for customers for testing.
-We offer free samples, with shipping and taxes paid by the buyer.
-Lead Time of Sample:7 days for existing samples; 15 days for new
Q: How many days for sample?
A: Sample time: 5-7days.
Q: What about the lead time for mass production?
A: Mass production time: 25-45 days (Depends on the Qty) after
Q: Are your samples free or need cost?
A: Actually it depends on the samples quantity. As usual we offer
Q: Can you help to design?
A: Yes,we have our own design team.OEM &ODM service will be
Q: Does the material eco-friendly?
A: The fabric are 100% Green Eco Friendly and could reach AZO free
and EN71 -3 standards.
Q: When can I get the price?
A: We usually quote within 24 hours after we get your inquiry.
If you are very urgent to get the price, please call me by ^86
Q: How about the shipping way?
A: (1) .By air or sea through your nomination forwarder is the
normal way we do.
(2) .If you don't have your forwarder, we will try our best to find
the cheapest forwarder to ship the goods to your pointed port.
WHY A CANDLE FLAME ALWAYS POINTS UP?
When a candle burns, the flame heats the nearby air and starts to
rise. As this warm air moves up, cooler air and oxygen rush in at
the bottom of the flame to replace it.
When that cooler air is heated, it too rises up and is replaced by
cooler air at the base of the flame.
This creates a continual cycle of upward moving air around the
flame (a convection current), which gives the flame its elongated
or teardrop shape.
Because “up” and “down” are a function of the earth’s gravity,
scientists wondered what a candle flame would look like in outer
space, where the pull of gravity is minimal and there really isn’t
an up or down.
In the late 1990s, NASA scientists ran several space shuttle
experiments to see how candle flames behaved in microgravity.
The results prove that a candle flame in the microgravity is
spherical instead of its elongated shape on Earth. Without gravity,
there’s no “up” direction for warm air to rise and create a