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Lava Lite's New Website & The NEW Heritage Collection

http://www.lavalamp.com/

The new Heritage Collection will be available to buy 10/28

**Updated the Heritage Collection will be released today on LavaLite Website at 10am CST. Heres a sneak peak!

*** http://lavalamp.com/heritage-collection ***

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I haven't looked at the Target lamps, but I am happy with the heritage grande.  Other that the fact that it flows awesome, I like that it has a built in  dimmer if I need to control the heat.  Plus for me the black base with pin-holes really sets it off.

Joseph White said:

Sorry if I'm digging up an old thread without reading through all of it,

but can someone give me the low down on if it's worth me getting a heritage versus a "regular"

are they american made?

I'm debating if I should just go for a target $90 grande with the 2 year replacement or go with one of these

It's probably because of the holes in the base, the delay in warm up time????  Am I correct?  I don't know though, my Wiz heats up quick and overheats.  Then again, the way they set the bulb socket, the darn thing sits right on the bulb.  Had to go from a 40 back to a 25 watt in it once I got it flowing again.  It sat under a bed for a lot of years...needed that 40 watt boost, now it's flowing nicely.  It is with 4 other siblings though, so the heat they throw off helps the wiz with the 25 watt bulb cook nicely!!

 

 

I'm still digging that red Wiz up there!!!  I may have to xmas gift myself that one!!!  If they even still have it in stock by then....

I will post the three Heritage lamps Patrick is getting rid of.  I'm pretty sure a red wizard was one of them.  These will be nice Heritage lamps as well, as I was with Patrick when we picked these up in person from Lava Lite HQ.

Carol Morrow said:

I'm still digging that red Wiz up there!!!  I may have to xmas gift myself that one!!!  If they even still have it in stock by then....

I don't personally feel its the holes in the base.  I suspect a socket height issue.  I created two Neon Grandes before the Heritage line came out.  Both used Grande bases and both required a socket extender.  I think the Neon was is likely a bit harder and has a higher melt point.  My homegrown Neon Grandes warm up in about 25% of the time that my Heritage Grande heats up in. 

Carol Morrow said:

It's probably because of the holes in the base, the delay in warm up time????  Am I correct?  I don't know though, my Wiz heats up quick and overheats.  Then again, the way they set the bulb socket, the darn thing sits right on the bulb.  Had to go from a 40 back to a 25 watt in it once I got it flowing again.  It sat under a bed for a lot of years...needed that 40 watt boost, now it's flowing nicely.  It is with 4 other siblings though, so the heat they throw off helps the wiz with the 25 watt bulb cook nicely!!

 

 

Jim, you just struck a cord with the neon wax!!!  I have a "home grown" 52 oz blue/white and a 52 oz LL Neon green in my son's room.  I crank them both up together.  The homegrown is going in no time, but the neon LL takes another few hours.  Now mind you the mt goo has a very low melting point IMG, but still, my lamps will be goo'ing way b4 the neon.  And that's just on a regular base.

 

thank you guys for all of your information so far! I'm glad that people are able to help me out!

I'm sorry if i don't post much on the boards, im more of a chat type of person

Heads up. Overstock.com has the neon grandes on sale for $76 and $79 right now. There are coupons out there for first time customers too (10%). Plus free shipping! Quite the deal...

I have such trust issues, BUT it would be fun to kit a grande!!! Income tax refund is around the corner!! Lol!!
Thanks!

ATB said:

Heads up. Overstock.com has the neon grandes on sale for $76 and $79 right now. There are coupons out there for first time customers too (10%). Plus free shipping! Quite the deal...

Thanks ATB! Finally pulled the trigger and got one, ended up being $68.39 after first time customer discount. Not bad!

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