- Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 6.4 x 24.1 cm
- Shipping Weight: 45.4 g
- Item model number: TYPS-5-N
- ASIN: B0046ZWF3U
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: May 22 2012
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #387,928 in Home (See Top 100 in Home)
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Rite Lite Judaica My Soft Chanukah Set, Plush with Menorah and Candles
|Price:||CDN$ 33.44 FREE SHIPPING.|
- 1 plush menorah, 9 colorful candles with a number for each night , 1 drawstring pouch for candle storage
- Plush embroidered
- Gently wipe surface with mild soap and water, allow to air dry
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Teach your child how to light their very own menorah by adding a candle each night. From Rite Lite Judaica.
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It may be good as a plush toy (for a child old enough not to eat a one-inch tall plush candle), but it was in no way useful, even as a toy/in play, as a menorah.
First, the small fabric bag with the extra candles was both sewn to the menorah and sewn shut.
Once that stitch was snipped and we were able to access the candles, we discovered that both the center candle (the one used to "light" the others) and the first day's candle were both glued permanently in place.
This prevents anyone from (pretending to) actually "light" the first day's candle, as it can't be moved to touch the source "flame".
Also prevents anyone from symbolically putting the first candle in place.
Next issue: the seven candles (numbered 2-8) that *are* loose in the bag, do not fit in the holes in the menorah body, certainly not easily -- as a grown adult I had to take my pinkie finger and *force* it through the foam to make room to try to force any of the fabric candles in.
I doubt that a child would be able to do it.
Separately, unlike the imagery, the menorah does NOT stand on its own - it has to *at best* be leaned at an angle against a wall or other support item.
This item is not good for a small child, and is very aggravating for an adult.
Thank you for taking the time to read my experiences with this item.