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My latest favorite lamp is my blue/yellow Premier. I've had it at work for not quite two months running it daily on weekdays. It flowed great, stayed absolutely clear and was a great conversation piece around the office. Never a problem. Then one day a few days ago, it stopped flowing and lost coil/wax cohesion. The wax would partially attach to the coil but wouldn't flow. An occasional huge blob would float halfway up and then drop. No fun at all.It progressed to less and less coil…Continue
PLEASE LOOK AT THE PHOTO SECTION FOR MY LATEST OFFERINGS:SOLD Mark 2 Crestworth Astro with original rose/amber bottle SOLDCrestworth Astro Lantern with original yellow/orange wax green masterfluid bottleSOLD Custom Mathmos red wax blue fluidium bottle SOLDCustom Mathmos white wax turquoise fluidium bottleCrestworth Pink Glitter bottle onlyMathmos Yellow Glitterbaby boxedCrestworth RocketSpare Lunar ConeSOLD Boxed Mathmos Blue Glitterball SOLDMore Rarities to come soon ....As usual all the lamps…Continue
At this time 4 tubes left. Lunartube with closing system 335 $Lunartube with closing system incl. heating coil 355 $Shipping costs to USA with DHL 65 $ This is the oozinggoo community Price for all of you who have helped me :) We help us all each other. I doesnt earn much on this... Ebay price will be 470 $. Anybody interested? Continue
Anyone had any luck with kitting a grande recently? I did 2, and have the regular bulbs in them. The problem is that the stock bulbs aren't producing enough heat to make the wax flow.I did my grande starship, and that had enough room in the base for a full sized light bulb, so it was pretty easy. The base heat on that sits around 116 degrees, and has great flow. The base on my regular grande is 105 degrees, and I just have a melted blob on the bottom.I've been scouring the web for either a…Continue
I bought a green LavaLite today, and it has issues. First of all, the wax doesn't stick to the coil like it shouldIt doesn't move either, and there is some wax at the top that won't come down. What's the issue here? I'd like to get this lamp working because I want to give it to my mom. Any suggestions?Continue
I am looking to buy a Fantasia Solar1. This is a large, UFO shaped chrome based lamp, with a large fiber optic spray.If you have one that you would like to sell, please let me know. I am happy to pay between 500$ and 700$ for your lamp.Cheers,OmnasiaContinue
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
I thought I'd start a post on neat / rare eBay lava and glitter sales. Sometimes it's nice to remember the sale of a really cool or hardly-seen item.Please only post completed/closed eBay auctions - please don't post any open sales!I'll start off with the Princess wall model lava that sold tonight. Anyone here get this? :)If you…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
I'm posting here mostly for whatever advice can be provided, and so I'll have some people to share my project with.
I suppose I'll start with the bottle I'm using for a globe. It's just an old Bombay Sapphire bottle that…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