Bought this Hot Rock for $10 at a goodwill. Probably overpaid but I thought it looked so cool. Anyways it took forever to heat up but once it did, the flow was absolutely amazing. I'm surprised that…Continue
"If it is then its pro ly early 70s like my yellow.green one. Mine is one peice.. The base inside looks different then my later 70s but its one peice and as i said has low level wax. I asked this person to check under the cap for a date…"
"Oh as for prices.. youd be suprised a 70s century sold for 188$ the other day on ebay.. Jusy a regular 70s red century.. It sold for so much though because the red wax was like new still.. I have one like that and i bet i could get 150…"
"Mine is 72 and has low level wax too i dont think its just 60s. i think early 70s diid too.. mine is proof.
Mine is also the rare yellow liquid. green wax. This one is just a red one whats so special about this ? is it the liquid ? "
"Yes, it's indeed super rare! Unfortunately, lava prices are all a low right now, so that's not likely to sell at that price. You'll see one of these pop up on eBay every so often. The key is to look for the slight green sheen when the…"
"Upset about the Grande but honestly this is Mathmos's chance to finally come to the US, that is if they can sort out the patent issues. Lava-Schylling seems to have no enthusiasm for its products from what I've seen. "
"I used blue Dawn in my Aristocrat and it made the flow really stringy. Baby shampoo made the flow more blobby. A mixture of both made the absolute perfect flow for me. I haven't tried it on any newer lamps so idk if the formula being different…"
I am a young musician, vintage fan collector, fire alarm collector, and vintage smoke alarm collector. Lava lamps aren't really something I necessarily collect, but do think they are beautiful and help relieve stress. I got my first lava lamp in around 2004, and I loved it. I love going out to yard sales, flea markets, antique shops, and thrift stores to see what I can find.