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CrunchyCanadian replied to The Plasma Spazma's discussion Lava lite magma lamp Spencer's gifts early 90s?
"Yes they’re mine Haha I have another one not in the picture. Very cosmic! One of the two versions of the clock is also black light reactive. https://st4.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3079685326?profile=original"
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CrunchyCanadian replied to The Plasma Spazma's discussion Lava lite magma lamp Spencer's gifts early 90s?
"Nice score! Yes These are very neat. The rocket ship and clocks are very cool. https://st2.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3079681234?profile=original"
Sunday
CrunchyCanadian replied to Laura Santala-Martin's discussion Identification?
"I think these - or at least the one on the right -  may have been sold at Five Below stores. https://youtu.be/cnKYr5tk3q4"
Sep 20
CrunchyCanadian replied to Autumn's discussion Weird and overpriced lamps Formerly "Contest: who can find the most overpriced lamp"
"Doesn’t it say “1 of 4” at the bottom of those??"
Aug 27
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CrunchyCanadian replied to Frank Fielden's discussion Can anyone tell what year this aristocrat model lamp is from?
"Definitely looks like a 90s Aristocrat (1994?) The 70s aristocrats had brown cords and I don’t believe the 70s ones ever came in the blue/yellow liquid/lava combo. "
Jul 23
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This rare fluorescent liquid early-70s Century #101 starts off green when cold (top left) - then spikes yellow (top right) - then as it heats turns red (bottom row) Cosmic!

"Erin is correct.  Also the fluid was not UV reactive.  I have two original 101’s, one even has the box so marked. "
Jul 2
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Lava Lamp Set of 3 Fluorescent ultraviolet light Reactivate lamps

"If the caps on the bottles are American I’m pretty sure they are Elek-Trick series lamps. From what I understand, the earlier versions were fluorescent blacklight reactive and then later on they went to regular paint which was cheaper to…"
Feb 7
CrunchyCanadian is now friends with Dustin Bargsley and denny mcnerney
Feb 2
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Filtered yellow/orange

"That looks fantastic! What filter did you use, a ceramic one? "
Jan 19
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Erin commented on CrunchyCanadian's photo
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This rare fluorescent liquid early-70s Century #101 starts off green when cold (top left) - then spikes yellow (top right) - then as it heats turns red (bottom row) Cosmic!

"Hello! I don't think that's a 101. The 101 was neon green liquid and reddish wax. This one is yellow wax, it seems. Still neat tho! I have a 101 AND this color combo, too. :)"
Nov 27, 2019
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Something Interesting About Me:
I am mostly uninteresting.
Where I Live:
New Haven, Connecticut
My First Lava Lamp was:
gold enchantress
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
50-60
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
Either the Aztec or the Carlisle
Relationship Status:
Married
One of My Favorite Websites:
http://oozinggoo.ning.com

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At 9:07pm on November 23, 2018, Modulo '70 said…

Very interesting collection. Thanks for some great pics.

 
 
 

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