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Mathmos are doing a limited run of Astro bottles with white wax and clear liquid.FOR ONE DAY ONLY!!!! WEDNESDAY 1st JULYLIMITED RUN OF ASTRO WHITE BOTTLES FOR ONE DAY ONLY!Due to high demand from our collectors, we are offering Astro white bottles for one day only, next WEDNESDAY 1st JULY 2020.You will have until midnight to place your order on our websites and then the listings will be removed and we will fill the amount of orders placed only. No exceptions. This is a great opportunity for…Continue
Hi boys and girlsI have for sale a 27" Lava Lamp Grande Aquarium. It is brand new and never been used. Even the lamp has the original labels fixed to it. As you know these are very rare and look amazing. It comes boxed with all fishes in a bag, power plug, even the original instructions. It is in great conditionI have attached photos at the bottom of this. Anyone who is interested can inbox me. I will ship to USA if needed :)…Continue
Hi GuysWondering whats the best way to display my Astros to give off the best look?Im thinking each Astro has its own enclosed space within a unit so that theres no reflection from one lamp to the other.Maybe with a spotlight highlighting them?Any Suggestions?Continue
So I've poured over SDS sheets, these forums and elsewhere. I know people have used SLS, SLES, and Triton x-100.Some are in flake form like SLS, SLES is most commonly found in 28% concentration and is like a goo when higher, while Triton is in 100% concentration and is very thick and clearly has to be diluted to be able to be added to the lava fluid and actually disperse. My question is, who out there is using these things, and in what concentrations? How much are you adding to a rebuild of a…Continue
Anyone in the Toledo Ohio area? I am looking to buy a lamp, but the individual is confined to a wheel chair. So, i would need someone to ship the lamp to me if there is any nice individual that would do me this huge favor? lol Thanks! Continue
Hello,I recently ordered a Mathmos Astro blue/blue lamp and would like to know what I should do to use it here in the USA. It seems that my options are:1. use a UK-->US upconverter2. re-wire the lampIt cost me $120 to order this lamp, so I'm not really wanting to modify it this quickly. However, if I go with the adapter, what do I do when the bulb burns out? Do they sell replacement bulbs here in the USA that will work with the Astro? At that point, it seems that it would be better to…Continue
I know what you're gonna say. I should have known better. I did know better. Any Lava brand lamp made post-2003 is dicey at best. Well, I'm happy to report that I've actually had pretty good luck with purchasing new 17" lamps. I picked up a…Continue
I would like to thank Mark Goo personally for creating this amazing community, because I am now able to write in-depth about my sudden addiction to 90s-early 2000s lava lamps, the weirdest manifestation of quarantine stress that my brain could…Continue
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Check out Martina's image collection of the cool lava lamps of the past (and a few of the present.) It's still growing! Go there
This is the almighty inventor, well sort of... You can catch up with Craven Walker and learn how these crazy lamps came to be. Go there
You're going to need a lot of beakers (or margarine bowls) if you're going to make your own lava lamp. Craven Walker dares you to try. Go there