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Hey All,See video at end of this post.So first things first, the #121D lamp I got a week or so ago, the colors are really beautiful in person. The problem is that even with switching out bulbs the lamp makes one column for hours (of course it pulsates as lava goes up and down) but rarely if ever breaks up. The columns mass always stays towards the top of the bottle. What causes this and is there a solution?Now onto last weekends find which I forgot to post about. An absolutely mint #12 swirl…Continue
Not sure if any of you have a closing Kmart store near you, but I stopped into one of my local Kmarts that has begun liquidation and found this haul! It's almost as if the liquidator brought in Lava Lite product Kmart hadn't been carrying. I'd never seen anything larger than 20 oz lamps at Kmart. They had 52 oz lamps, a few 32 oz models, clearview lamps and the best surprise... 80 oz Royale lamps marked at 25.00 before an additional 20% off! Naturally, my curiosity got the best of me and I am…Continue
Hi people, just purchased a green fluidium and immediately struck by how lime the case and wax is ! On inspection, find this has a modified 2 pin plug fitted - original, making it a non UK model. Question is, did Mathmos use different greens depending on market ? Item is the later bold logo mark 2 model.Thoughts please.Continue
Probably a question for FogRider.... I finally was able to remove the cap from my Imperial (boiling water did the trick, FogRider was right) and im ready to begin my restoration on it. The question I have is did yours have the rubber belt in the wax with the spring ?? It looks like a small fanbelt from a car and its in the center of the wax in a horseshoe pattern with the spring around the outer edge of the cylinder. I have never heard anyone talk of this rubber belt. Im leaving it in, but…Continue
Another lamp from Claude's Creations!After much research, effort, and hard work (and a causality), I have perfected and tested the remote controlled color change grande.In the past month, I've managed to assemble 2 black automotive painted bases (only 1 for sale) and 4 standard brushed silver bases All lamps come with 1000 Watt SCR dimmers, 5 key Radio Frequency touch controllers that will give you 14 different modes with various speed and dim settings per your command.Strobe, Fade, Jump,…Continue
Please shoot me a message on any or all of these lamps.Windsor ConsortExecutive ConsortCopper Crestworth Telstar Glitter (Blue)Copper Crestworth Telstart Glitter (Red)Black Fantasia Sunburst (X2)Fantasia RegencyFull set of Elek-TricksFull set of Safari seriesFull set of Psychedelic SwirlsAmericanaLava Lite wave machine PurpleLava Lite wave machine GreenLava Lite wave machine Purple faded to PinkContinue
Hey guys, figured I would post this before I trashed it. I had a 90's Midnight Series lamp with the Blue Liquid and yellow wax that recently got broken. Does anyone need the wax or heating spring? Pay shipping and its yours.Continue
Hello, everyone. My family just moved and our kids have been thrilled watching our lava lamp collection on display (our previous apartment didn't have any good places to put them), but one lamp in particular is giving us problems. The wife and I have an old tiki Hot Rock Lite from Spencer's, just like the one seen here:As a…Continue
First of all, this is not a guide but notes for my self, that hopefully others might find useful. Stuff you find here might already have been described elsewhere on this site.…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