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stevemo liked Charlie Leverett's discussion Donald Dunnet - Original Lava Lamp Inventor - Prototypes, Construction details & History.
Sep 23, 2015
stevemo replied to Charlie Leverett's discussion Donald Dunnet - Original Lava Lamp Inventor - Prototypes, Construction details & History.
"Charlie, thank you so much for posting this, lovely to see some more early history. I've previously posted a link to the Donald Dunnet patent when the name has come up. A quick search on FreeBMD shows the death of a Donald Dunnet in Worthing…"
Sep 23, 2015
stevemo replied to Nanafy's discussion Help Mathmos Lava Lamp Wont Work
"Have you checked the fuse in the plug?. Often this blows when the bulb fails."
Sep 22, 2015
stevemo liked Linda Jane Leverett's discussion The Original Inventor of the Lava Lamp - Donald Dunnet
Dec 25, 2014
stevemo replied to Linda Jane Leverett's discussion The Original Inventor of the Lava Lamp - Donald Dunnet
"Hi, that's fascinating, I suppose you probably know that Donald Dunnet held patents for the forerunner to the lava lamp, and the device that later became the Crestworth cannon timer. I, and I'm sure many others on here would love to see…"
Dec 24, 2014
stevemo replied to Astralav's discussion Questions about a Crestworth lamp
"The fast flowing, larger flakes Crestworth bottles were solvent based - one giveaway is that the flakes of glitter rise to the top when the lamp is switched off and cold. I would advise against opening one of these, but if you do, do it outdoors,…"
May 31, 2012
stevemo replied to Marcel's discussion Are you serious Mathmos?
"Are these legal for road use in the UK?. I thought bike lights had to be type approved, and had to be a steady white at the front and a steady red at the rear, strictly, flashing lights attached to the bike are illegal which is why many cyclists…"
Feb 29, 2012

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Where I Live:
Bournemouth, England
My First Lava Lamp was:
Bought in a school Jumble Sale for 50p, in 1993, it was a Crestworth Astro Mini with orange wax and clear liquid, unusually it has small glitter flakes as well. I still have it and it still works.
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At 4:14pm on November 4, 2008, Mark Goo said…
Hi Stevemo!
Just dropping by to say hi!
You need to pick something for your profile pic!
No gray men, no grey men!
:-)
MG
At 2:02pm on November 4, 2008, Modulo '70 said…
Hi fellow English Crestworth lamp fan!

I love old Crestworth lamps and not so old Mathmos lamps too
 
 
 

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