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Mathmos Lunars, not rare.

Started this discussion. Last reply by The Lamp Caretaker Sep 24. 12 Replies

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fog rider replied to Mark's discussion Anyone had experience with Vallauris lava lamp goo?
"Lived in Nanaimo from 1986 to 1993. I'm up in northern Alberta now."
Dec 6
fog rider replied to Mark's discussion Anyone had experience with Vallauris lava lamp goo?
"I've have a couple of Vallauris lamps. In my opinion, the goo is junk. I't's very thin and sticky. The liquid smells really toxic. I think, as you say, it's better to simply switch out the contents. I'd love to get my hands…"
Dec 6
fog rider replied to Mark's discussion Just missed a Crestworth Wall Lamp Deluxe
"Wow. Nice score for somebody.  I notice what looks like a plastic (or metal?) grille in the top of the lamp's body. That's something I personally haven't seen before. Also, most wall mounts are glitter. I might be wrong, but to…"
Dec 5
fog rider replied to Rory's discussion Matte Copper Lantern
"Nice score. They're quite rare.Matte finish Coachlite, second from left."
Oct 5
The Lamp Caretaker replied to fog rider's discussion Mathmos Lunars, not rare.
"The next time I have to remove the globe from the base I will gladly take a photo of the interior label that specifies HUMONGO - Light bulb size and volts.  I use 130V instead of the recommended 120V since 130V gives the same results with less…"
Sep 24
Tribble replied to fog rider's discussion Mathmos Lunars, not rare.
"No, was looking for some information on the Humongo (don't think they were available here unless it was a private import) t and noticed the OG database said it used 100w R20. :/"
Sep 22
The Lamp Caretaker replied to fog rider's discussion Mathmos Lunars, not rare.
"You are so correct.  When I was running the HUMONGO on the 150W lamp it came with it took almost a day and a half to begin flowing. And the flow was boring like a 32oz globe.   When I placed the correct specified lamp in…"
Sep 22
MileHigh replied to fog rider's discussion Mathmos Lunars, not rare.
"I think that link is wrong as a 100 watt bulb is not going to make the lava flow in a Humongo A Humongo is the same size as a Colossus that originally came with a 200 watt bulb. I use a 300 watt Phillips bulb with my Colossus lamps as It get's…"
Sep 21

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Something Interesting About Me:
I've been collecting for 20 years. Mostly vintage stuff from all over the place. Always on the look out for the rare and unusual.
Where I Live:
Alberta, Canada
My First Lava Lamp was:
A brass lantern, red/green globe. Saw it in an antique mall. Took it home and was hooked.
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
Too many!
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At 1:13pm on November 3, 2011, kiramarie said…
was wondering if you were by Lethbridge?
At 12:36pm on July 28, 2009, Hippie Throw-Back said…
Hey Fog, thanks anyways, AstroBaby told me they were rare. So now we both know... Peace! :-)
At 12:41pm on July 17, 2009, Hippie Throw-Back said…
Hello, I have a quick question for ya... how rare are the 32 oz chocolate globes?
Thanks
At 11:39am on May 19, 2009, Pascal said…
I ordered a new replacement bottle last week at Mathmos UK. It´s no a refill bottle!!! This bottle was very expensive (155€) I´m so happy that Mathmos produce custom made bottles.
At 12:41pm on December 18, 2008, g-force said…
heyo. thanks for ur reply. u are right, the different designs seem endless.
i was shocked when i saw the pictorial !!! but how many were produced back then???
hundreds or even thousands? the lavaboilers never pop up in stylish french movies for
example, they must have been quite extraordinary and weird even then, no!? do you
think they took vast amounts of lsd when they came up with the principles AND designs of those ones?
best wishes - G
At 4:11am on December 10, 2008, g-force said…
hi there. you are the reason i have been joining the club here. i saw some discussion of yours regarding french bubblelamps and that pic of those numerous beautifil bubblelamps on thst table ! i wanna have them all ! :)
i also started collecting when i lived in paris 10 years ago, heaven to check ou their brocantes and fleemarkets back then. i specialise in vintage glitterlamps and bubblelamps as i have always called them - the ones made of glass. is there someone who knows about those glass ones so i can understand more about them - any pics or specific sites you know about!?
thanks for your help, best wishes - G
At 1:03am on August 21, 2008, chrisLUNAR said…
hi craig. that would be great to meet up xx
At 7:55am on July 30, 2008, Daniele said…
DA DUDE RULEZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
he's a pretty lavalamp guy!
At 6:08pm on July 9, 2008, Modulo '70 said…
Hi Craig

Long time no hear from on here. Love your pics and collection. probably one of the best here.

J
At 4:18pm on July 9, 2008, chrisLUNAR said…
hi craig, how are you and how is your collection going, i have so many lamps i dont have any where to put them, i need a bigger place. just want to say great pics. love the old catalogue pages.
do you ever get to uk??
would love to meet you. x chris
 
 
 

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