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    What is a "GOOD" Flow?

    Started by Fernando Nicotera in Problems & Questions. Last reply by Fernando Nicotera 2 hours ago. 3 Replies

    When talking about lava lamps, i always find people talking about their flow. My question is: what do you consider a good flow? Better slower or faster? or is it a totally different thing?If you can, make an example with a video :)Continue

    Mathmos Jupiter 2

    Started by KEVIN EDG in Problems & Questions. Last reply by Johnny 3 hours ago. 4 Replies

    Just recently obtained a J2. I do not have any instruction manuals, can anyone help with a copy ?Continue

    How to fix wax sticking to your globe

    Started by Autumn in Problems & Questions. Last reply by Zapiao on Thursday. 20 Replies

    After many months of frustration I have finally figured out the cure for wax sticking to the glass. I am confident that this will work for most people. Its very simple actually. Empty the globe and fill it completely full of gasoline. Let it sit over night, rinse it out with dawn dish soap, then refill the globe with the original contents. When you refill the globe be sure to put a little bit of liquid in it first and swish it around because the gasoline strips the lamp of all surfactant. I…Continue

    Tags: bottle, glass, stuck, globe, stick

    Are mathmos bulbs propietary?

    Started by Fernando Nicotera in Problems & Questions. Last reply by Zapiao on Thursday. 1 Reply

    I mean, can i fit inside my astro baby another bulb of the same wattage and size?Continue

    Globe stained from the inside?

    Started by Matt Tesoriero in Problems & Questions. Last reply by Marcel on Wednesday. 6 Replies

    Has anyone had this problem before? What do you think can be done without pouring out the liquid and scrubbing from the inside? What do you think has cause this? My lamp sits in the corner of my room. I have only encountered these types of stains on grandes.Continue

    Tags: grande, inside, glass, globe, stained

    Gold Bottle Caps on 32oz globes?

    Started by Jay in Collecting. Last reply by Jay on Wednesday. 2 Replies

    Has anyone seen gold caps like this on 32oz globes before?  Was this an early China made globe?  Any info is appreciated!  Thanks! Continue

    I'm having a lava-related stuff garage sale!

    Started by Jonas Clark-Elliott in Buy/Sell/Trade Zone. Last reply by Blind Faith on Wednesday. 15 Replies

    I haven't been active here for a while, but I hope to change that! I'm selling off a bunch of lava-related stuff I've accumulated. Please make offers! I'm not looking to get rich off these items. I want them gone and I'd like a teeny bit of extra cash.Trade offers are also welcome. I'd really love to find an empty Consort globe with intact gold cap, if anyone wants some of my items and has a spare. I'd also love to locate one of the iron-stand Auras Glow, or one of the little Mathmos rocketship…Continue

    Looking for a Century heat ring

    Started by Reed in Buy/Sell/Trade Zone. Last reply by Reed Mar 24. 4 Replies

    My early 70s Century lamp takes about three hours to heat up and get flowing and then it is very sluggish.  I believe it is missing theheat ring that goes between the globe and the bulb.Anybody have a spare heat ring?  Alternatively, anybody know how to make one?Thanks.Continue

    NEW CUSTOM CENTURY ON EBAY

    Started by Claude J in Buy/Sell/Trade Zone Mar 24. 0 Replies

    New One-of-a-kind custom lamp available on eBayhttps://www.ebay.com/itm/283826219047Continue

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    My GemLite Lamp *rare? For sale

    Posted by Michael Cruz on February 10, 2020 at 9:11am 0 Comments

    Posted on eBay. https://www.ebay.com/itm/GemLite-Lamp-642-rare/303478626617? hash=item46a8bc5939:g:gKYAAOSwLmhePx4e

    There is only 1 other GemLite posted on eBay…

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    Capri from the 70's worth buying for $100?

    Posted by Jay on January 28, 2020 at 11:42am 3 Comments

    Like the title asks, just wondering what the average going price is for one.  Thanks! 

    Lunar Lovers for Lavalamp Lava Lamp Crestworth Mathmos

    Posted by MCJ van Aken on January 4, 2020 at 6:24am 0 Comments

    This group I have made on Facebook..

    I would like to dedicate this group to and for all current and future fortunate owners of Crestworth and Mathmos Lunar Lava lamps.

    My goal is to collect as many information as possible about Lunar…

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    Lunar Lovers for Lavalamp Lava Lamp Crestworth Mathmos

    Posted by MCJ van Aken on January 4, 2020 at 6:21am 0 Comments

    This group I have made on Facebook..

    I would like to dedicate this group to and for all current and future fortunate owners of Crestworth and Mathmos Lunar Lava lamps.

    My goal is to collect as many information as possible about Lunar…

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