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Hi,I'm looking for a original lava lite lamp. 1970s aristocrat model. Colour = blue/yellow or blue/green.Has to be new condition.Please let me know if anyone has this and is willing to sell. Continue
Hello to all!I have a question, maybe some of you can help me :-) . I can get a Crestworth Cosmos, but don't no what would be a fair price. Its a 3 part base version, glitterlite in good to very good condition, but without a box. By the way its here in Germany where these lamps are hard to find.Thanks a lot,MarkusContinue
Hi, I'm selling my Phenomenon lamp with it's original box, manual and mounting hardware. I really hate to part with this but bills are piling up. You can see images and video herehttp://oozinggoo.ning.com/photo/phenomenon-lamp-2?context=userhttp://oozinggoo.ning.com/video/phenomenon-lampIt's over 29 Inches tall and designed to be mounted on a wall or set on…Continue
Ok so I have a U.S.A made Lava Lite (or at least that's what I can gather from the cap) and im having some issues with it. It sat in my brother's window idle for like 3 years. The cord switch was no good so I swapped out the cord with another lava lamp cord that was beyond repair. I put a 40 Watt refrigerator bulb in it and ran it for like 6 hours. It obviously didn't do what it should've because it sat for so long. I let it cool overnight and ran it through its second cycle today. It did much…Continue
My obsession with glitter lamps has reached new heights, folks. As many of you know, I’ve been experimenting and trying to discover how they made the slow glitter liquid with silver glitter flakes. This was a slow glitter formula used by Florence Art, Heat Tapes, and Mastercrafters in their glitter lamps of the 60s and 70s. The liquid was non-flammable, non-combustible, and much less toxic than the fast, solvent-based liquid. After several months, I’ve figured it out, and I’m now ready to…Continue
I know this is a stretch but I would really like to acquire a clear/red Giant in good condition black or silver base doesn't matter. We all love or Giants and I know I'm going out on a limb here but I thought I would try. Thanks all!Continue
THANKS, OOZING GOO FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND INTEREST OVER THE YEARS!Mandatory post update is MANDATORY.In addition to the modded lamps that I have been selling, I will soon be offering slow glitter in LOOSE form (not contained in one of my lamps)! A lot of you have been asking for a long time now. The glitter contained in that liquid can be ANY shape you choose, and many colors, including prismatic!But for right now, you can design your perfect lamp in lava or glitter, at the following rates:$40…Continue
I require a base unit for the above. Earlier this week the lamp stopped working ; switch it on and nothing happens. After a discussion with Mathmos she suggested I try and see if someone here might have one available as they…Continue
On December 6th at 3:35AM my Purple/Yellow Colossus exploded.....yes you read that right.
I had to get a bit of distance between then and now before I could post about this. The week that this happened had to be one of the worst…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