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The Matt silver io will be available before Christmas.Also a new version? First 100 will be available too. What does this mean? A different finish? A different design? I am hoping for a version without the sidebars. Or even a copper or black version. Mathmos usually release new colours with new lamps. So hopefully a new colour bottle too. I am hoping for blue pink as the new astro bottles are awesome. My coppers are waiting. Thank you Mathmos....Continue
Do you or someone you know lost interest in the lava lamp hobby?Preferably in or near the midwest USAI am a cash (or Paypal) buyer for the entire collectionOne lump sum and I'll take them allLavalabcreations@gmail.comContinue
Hi guys,im currently selling my Crestworth collection.i have for sale two Crestworth Flowerlite sand also a Crestworth galaxy.please let me know if your interested?best Alex Continue
Hey guys, here is a short video of my 24 year old lava lamp running. I am posting this to find out if this is still normal behavior, or if the wax has started to degrade. This happens after about 2 to 3 hours being on. This is the one with the midnight base, and orange liquid white wax,https://youtu.be/rtZ_Hm45C04Continue
For sale I have a set of Lava Lamo Skittles with the base. The base is fully working but the lava isnt flowing as well as it should so it would make a great restoration project to get it flowing like the 4th picture.Iv done some research and found them to be very rare. They originate from a company in Boston, USA called Waltham Lighting. I have contacted them and they said they were a product from the old management of the company and that they are amazed to see I own a set in the UK because…Continue
So why cant Mathmos produce these lamps?Why are they taking peoples money without so much as a buy or leave, keep them waiting for months on end. And why dont they keep them informed about what is happening? It seems a really bad way of trading to me and is the main reason why i will not buy one. What are your experiences with the io and your responses from Mathmos. Im just very curious as to this really bad way of trading. Thanks JContinue
As has been rumoured for a while I think, Mathmos confirmed today on their Facebook page that new colourways are to be released across the range in the coming weeks, starting with yellow/pink now offered on the Neo Will be interesting to see what else they come up with - dare we get excited?Continue
Hi! Recently I found a great vintage Lava Lite Century model, dated 1974. It has blue liquid with yellow wax and one serious flaw—all of the wax floats to the top and stays there. I know several lamps have the issue where some floats and some stays at the bottom, this one has zero wax at the bottom. The liquid is not cloudy at all, in fact it is clearer than any of my other vintage lamps. The wax was floating when I purchased it with kind of a disgusting granular looking appearance (but it was…Continue
I still have a few of these rare Lamps available for purchase. I am looking for folks that can pick up ideally, or arrange shipping ...white glove etc. Some of the lamps are brand new and never used. If interested please send me a private email and we can get into details. I want to give this group first chance at them before looking into other options.ThxRonContinue
To create a happy home we must pay attention to each part of the house. When you design a Vastu compliant house for your house in a way where the Vastu guidelines have been followed religiously from the…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