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Tornado and Spiral lams

Started this discussion. Last reply by JBR on Saturday. 8 Replies

Does anyone here remember Tornado lamps and Spiral lamps? Tornado lamps were either cylinder shaped or in a rocket (called the rocket tornado). and consisted of small beads that would go when you…Continue

HTF Rabbit Tanaka Item

Started Sep 24, 2018 0 Replies

Does anyone have or know anything about an rare Rabbit Tanaka item called the Mini Orbiter? IDK if it counts as a lamp, but it is a motorized solar system. It appears in this video(…Continue

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JBR replied to Harry Jacoby's discussion Tornado and Spiral lams
"You are able to refill the spiral lamp. Just remove the screws in the top. They are above the 2 metal tubes. Just make sure to be careful with the tube that has the wires through it. It the wires that go to the bulb. This will give you access to the…"
Saturday
Kaden John Snyder replied to Harry Jacoby's discussion Tornado and Spiral lams
"I used to have the tornado lamp but the liquid became cloudy and the motor died I think I still have it somewhere cool lamp tho."
Jul 16
Michael replied to Harry Jacoby's discussion Tornado and Spiral lams
"I had a spiral lamp as well but I ended up letting my brother have it years ago when I left for college. I do believe he still has it, but think the liquid has also evaporated below the tope of the spiral over time. It was always a fun one to watch.…"
Jul 16
Blind Faith replied to Harry Jacoby's discussion Tornado and Spiral lams
"I have the spiral one currently and remember these as a kid. Much like most of the 90s lamps they’re very nostalgic. The spiral one I have doesn’t run well and mainly resides in the closet."
Jul 16
Modulo '70 replied to Harry Jacoby's discussion Tornado and Spiral lams
"Pretty sure I saw a spiral variant at a car boot sale recently. I should have nabbed it."
Jul 16
Modulo '70 replied to Harry Jacoby's discussion Tornado and Spiral lams
"They’re pretty cool."
Jul 16
Johnny replied to Harry Jacoby's discussion Tornado and Spiral lams
"i had both back in the day, my tornado was a rocket style were fun lamps, but long gone now"
Jul 16
Claude J replied to Harry Jacoby's discussion Tornado and Spiral lams
"I used to have the spiral The problem i found in buying them used (vintage at this point) is that the fluid somehow evaporates over time and the balls won't rise enough to drop correctly. If / when you find one for sale, make sure the level is…"
Jul 15
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Tornado and Spiral lams

Does anyone here remember Tornado lamps and Spiral lamps? Tornado lamps were either cylinder shaped or in a rocket (called the rocket tornado). and consisted of small beads that would go when you turned it on and a propeller caused the beads to go in a vortex. Spiral lamps were bullet shaped and had larger pearl shaped beads that were propelled up a pump then went down a spiral path. They were both made in the 90s/early 2000s by a Chinese/Taiwanese company called Kenart and were imported by…See More
Jul 15

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Something Interesting About Me:
I like turtles
Where I Live:
WA
My First Lava Lamp was:
kenart tornado lamp
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
3
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
Wave machine
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At 1:20am on September 28, 2018, Modulo '70 said…

Lava greetings to you. I do hope you find the answers you’re looking for.

J

 
 
 

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