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Hi Guys,i am now selling my crestworth snowflake , it is in great condition and has the original box and instructions.please let me know if your interested.best regardsalex Continue
Hi guys,i picked this rotating fibre optic lamp/flower up yesterday, it has been in someone’s loft for years.i have no idea what model it is.the only thing I would say is that the fibre optics look similar quality to a Crestworth snowflake.has anyone else got any thoughts on what it could be?Best regardsalex Continue
HiDo you know if Mathmos will release new colors for Lunar this end of the year ?They offer new colors every year or only once in a while?Thank youLaurentContinue
Hi allI'm waiting after my MSR filter to restore my both Lunar Bottle, so i'm playing with my Lunar to spend time ;-) It may be better with clear fluid.The wax is really deep red, not pink ;-)Do you like it ?Continue
Well, never did i think after building the first Fantasia Cosmos 2 lamp that I would not only regret that sale but also the amount of requests I have gotten over the past few years from multiple sources to please build more. So I decided to invest in the project and have a whole new batch built, each one by me right here in my home, (4 total). My inspiration and motivation to build even the first one came from the endless hunt for a Cosmos lamp only to miss out on every opportunity that came my…Continue
Hello Everybody I wanted to buy a goo kit but shipping costs and customs taxes to France are too high, more expensive than the product itself.So I would like to be able to create my kit myself I browsed the forum looking for information and I found a lot of tips and tricks, thanks to OG What I know today about the composition of a kit. WAX (Chlorinated paraffin and Paraffin from kerosene)At this time, i don't know where to find it, i will keep for the moment the old wax.Dye for waxAt this…Continue
Hello, I recently purchased an old Starlight Lava Lamp dated 1977 for $10.00 at this random junkshop. I expected it not to work as the lava seemed clumpy and stale but low and behold after day to it was psychedelic and flowing great. The other day i seemed to notice that the liquid was a bit low leaving about 2 inches from the bottom of the head cap. Unknowingly I decided to top it off with a little water. Today is my second attempt at running it and it seems to be condensed to a large single…Continue
It's been three weeks since I made this lamp, and now the wax is sticking to the sides. Why is this happening? I meticulously cleaned the bottle and coated it with surfactant before adding the wax, and this is the result. Is there a way to solve this issue without having to start over again?Continue
.saw this lamp on eBay, I was under the impression that the Carlisle only came in three colors with a gold base. ive seen wizard lamps with similar color schemes but never a Carlisle. Was thinking it was custom painted but there are 2 for sale on…Continue
The series was produced by Fantasia in 1980, featuring these images (plus three words-only executions by another designer).The elusive "Big Rig" is a computer-generated recreation from the only known black-and-white range photo...
Hello people of the Goo variety, I my self like the lava lamps, but my true love is the fiber optic lamps..
Now i am hoping to get another motor for my color wheel on my Fantasia Love Bug.,
Does not have to be original motor, but…Continue
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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