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Simon Lloyd's Discussions

Mathmos EDITIONS - Dark Oak and Marble Astro

Started this discussion. Last reply by jonny p Apr 19. 5 Replies

Doeas anyone know if these were, infact, a limited run?If so, how many were mafe of each?ThanksContinue

Looking to buy spare fluidium bottles (UK)

Started Feb 8, 2020 0 Replies

Hello folks. I am looking to buy any spare fluidium bottles that you might have? I don't want working bottles, just the empty bottles or ones where the lava is finished so i can refil please? Thanks…Continue

Fluidium - info for refill needed

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marcel Goolamp Dec 12, 2018. 1 Reply

Afternoon folks,Can someone please confirm that a fluidium bottle uses the same amount of wax as 1.5 Astro and the same volume of masterfluid as 1 Astro? It's been a long time and i want to refill an…Continue

CRESTWORTH / MATHMOS RARITIES ... FOR SALE

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Lamp Caretaker May 22, 2018. 1 Reply

HELLO FOLKS,I HAVE THE FOLLOWING LAVA LAMPS FOR SALE ...AT COST, SAFE & SECURE POSTAGE - ON REQUEST - TO USE / CANADA & UKPLEASE SEND ZIP CODE & ADDRESS1. LUNAR BOTTLE ONLY RED WAX BLUE…Continue

 

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Latest Activity

Simon Lloyd replied to Michael Strong's discussion Recurring Wax Seperation in Crestworth Astro
"A photo would be helpful"
Jun 17
Simon Lloyd replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Interesting Astrobaby metallic found
"FYI"
May 31
Simon Lloyd replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Interesting Astrobaby metallic found
"The bottle content was made from a popular lava lamp range sold in Australia - nice looling metalloc wax range. See photo attached. "
May 31
Simon Lloyd replied to Lamp Addict's discussion Crestworth Nordic Lamps U.S. Seller
"The red glitter is a Crestworth Nordic but the othet lamp is a Crestworth Cosmos (an early european export model)"
May 31
Simon Lloyd commented on Arne's photo
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Purple glitterball DIY

"Sweet Mix Arne"
May 21
Simon Lloyd commented on Col Mac's photo
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Astros

"Very cool display - love the Astros - so dependable"
May 7
jonny p replied to Simon Lloyd's discussion Mathmos EDITIONS - Dark Oak and Marble Astro
"They were only 100 of each were made but I remember they wasn't that popular then as they are now I wish I order one but at time don't think that suited most people cup of tea."
Apr 19
Susan replied to Simon Lloyd's discussion Mathmos EDITIONS - Dark Oak and Marble Astro
"I think they were a limited run, but I don't know if they were given a number, someone else maybe able to answer that question. From memory I think they were £88 each at the time. "
Apr 19
Peter Panussi replied to Simon Lloyd's discussion Mathmos EDITIONS - Dark Oak and Marble Astro
Apr 16
Peter Panussi replied to Simon Lloyd's discussion Mathmos EDITIONS - Dark Oak and Marble Astro
Apr 16
Simon Lloyd replied to Guy's discussion Prototype Flock from 1999
"FYI"
Mar 16
Simon Lloyd replied to Guy's discussion Prototype Flock from 1999
"Is this the flock seen in ine if the Edward Craven photos - which looked to show a yellow.flock in the background? When i find the photo, i will post it!"
Mar 16
Simon Lloyd posted a discussion

Mathmos EDITIONS - Dark Oak and Marble Astro

Doeas anyone know if these were, infact, a limited run?If so, how many were mafe of each?ThanksSee More
Mar 11
Mark replied to Simon Lloyd's discussion Wax not flowing ... using Propylene Glycol
"I recently transferred the contents of a new Mathmos Astro bottle into an original Crestworth bottle. Then discovered the fluid level was shallow, so topped it up with about an inch of water. It struggled to flow at all on the Crestworth base with a…"
Jan 7
MCJ van Aken and Simon Lloyd are now friends
Oct 9, 2021
Simon Lloyd replied to Glitterbug's discussion Crestworth Snowflake
"Both spray and colourwheel look consistent with Crestworth."
Aug 4, 2021

Profile Information

Something Interesting About Me:
Teacher - Fascination with lamps and lighting
Where I Live:
UK
My First Lava Lamp was:
Mathmos Jet
Relationship Status:
Single

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At 5:41am on November 2, 2019, Alexander David Lyon said…

Here is the flower lite Simon 

At 2:42am on May 17, 2016, Da9L said…

Hey Simon got your message :-)

I havent gotten the lamp yet, but awaiting the seller to ship it . Once i have it, ill upload some pictures. I got it really cheap, so im curious as to what condition it is in. I'll write you once i got it if im interested in selling it. In the mean time, what can you offer in a trade? :-)

At 12:29pm on October 25, 2013, Joanne said…

Do you know what this is ?

At 8:07am on August 5, 2013, Zoe Kleinman said…

Thanks Simon, look forward to chatting to you!

At 6:34pm on April 6, 2013, Markus said…

Hi Simon, do you plan to sell a Fluidium by chance? Markus

At 3:34pm on April 6, 2013, Turtlecross said…

Thanks for the add. Have a great weekend.

At 9:13pm on September 12, 2012, Modulo '70 said…

Too true, you're not alone. My friend Paul 'Flock' has a great collection too.

Regards

J

At 3:36pm on September 3, 2012, Modulo '70 said…

Hey thanks Simon. Nice to be friends with a fellow Brit Mathmos/Crestworth fanatic!

 

I love your pics!

 

J

At 3:30pm on September 3, 2012, Modulo '70 said…

Please add me as a friend. I've exceeded my invites limit!

At 5:39pm on August 17, 2012, Metallica Man Trevor gave Simon Lloyd a gift
 
 
 

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