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Night of the Hunter

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Night of the Hunter

This is a group for those who have an interest in the so-called Hunter lava lamps named after their founder, Mr John Edward Hunter who attempted a patent on his Sata-Lite model in c. 1970. Later version was called the Sparkle-Lite using glittery strands in the liquid. They came in various designs but more or less one size and with only one bottle type but numerous colour combos in both wax and sparkly strands to glitter.

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Any experience with removing dents from copper hunter lamp?

Started by Gijzzz. Last reply by Modulo '70 Jul 10. 3 Replies

I have just bought a copper hunter lamp (Crestworth?)It has some serious dents and I probably have to re-wire but i really liked the Floating Fibres in this one.I did not pay much for it and i Hope I…Continue

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Comment by Eliot Lees 5 minutes ago

I shall keep looking and see what I can find. 

You've done incredibly well with your boxed Hunters. Can't wait too see the Sparkle-Lite!

Comment by Modulo '70 3 hours ago

I must post pics of my rare Sparkle-Lite with box.

Comment by Modulo '70 3 hours ago

Hi Eliot, welcome to Night of the Hunter. Hope you can help unravel the mystery a little. I too have heard of this patent. Perhaps it never was approved due to a certain existing manufacturer Crestworth? Who knows? What ever became of J. E. Hunter?

Comment by Eliot Lees 10 hours ago

I've heard rumours of a patent for the Sata-Lite being unearthed online but I've not had any luck finding it myself. I don't suppose anyone can point me in the right direction? I find the mystery around these lamps quite intriguing and hope to unravel more of the story behind them.

Comment by Elias on July 10, 2018 at 4:44am

Dont know anything about these lamps but this might help.

 http://oozinggoo.ning.com/photo/custom-hunter-cosmos-01

Comment by Gijzzz on January 6, 2018 at 3:11pm

Does anyone know what fluid is used to fill up a Sata-Lite glitterlamp?

As I earlier wrote I have bought a Hunter lamp lately

I already checked up the electrics and removed some dents so now its pretty good to look at.

The fluid contains glittering fibers and they are great to watch and they move around the entire fluid within a minute after starting.

Only thing I have to solve now is te Fluid level. Some of the original fluid has evaporated over the years.

does anyone know what fluid I can use for this? I know already i cannot use water.

I read some article and it said solvent but I dont know what this is?

Comment by Gijzzz on January 6, 2018 at 3:08pm

Does anyone know what fluid is used to fill up a Sata-Lite glitterlamp?

As I earlier wrote I have bought a Hunter lamp lately

I already checked up the electrics and removed some dents so now its pretty good to look at.

The fluid contains glittering fibers and they are great to watch and the move around the entire fluid within a minute after starting.

Only thing I have to solve now is te Fluid level. Some of the original fluid has evaporated over the years.

does anyone know what fluid I can use for this? I know already i cannot use water.

I read some article and it said solvent but I dont know what this is?

Comment by Modulo '70 on June 11, 2017 at 10:00pm
Thanks for your lovely Hunter pic Pete. Wish I had got to thank you sooner :(
Comment by Modulo '70 on June 11, 2017 at 9:55pm
Welcome to night of the Hunter Flip. Nice to have you here. There should be an option to add a picture in the text box. Good luck.
Comment by flip on May 18, 2017 at 12:23am
How can i add picture in the discussion like alladin? Don't find it.
 

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