Added by Benn merrett on March 11, 2015 at 6:38pm — No Comments
I require a base unit for the above. Earlier this week the lamp stopped working ; switch it on and nothing happens. After a discussion with Mathmos she suggested I try and see if someone here might have one available as they stopped making this particular model some time ago.
Any advice/comments/suggestions appreciated
Thanks for reading
I'm posting here mostly for whatever advice can be provided, and so I'll have some people to share my project with.
I suppose I'll start with the bottle I'm using for a globe. It's just an old Bombay Sapphire bottle that had been laying around my house for a long time, thought it would make for a sweet lava lamp.…Continue
I'm wondering if anyone can help.
I am a Marketing Director for a Medical Company that manufactures surgercal equipment through the use of fiberoptics. The owner bought the company in 1999. Originally, the company started in the 1970's by a man named Joseph Cuda and the company was called CUDA Fiberoptics. Fiberoptics was the main component in their products only the products are very different to ours, CUDA Fiberoptics used to manufature and sell "fiberoptic spray…Continue
From Amazon just ordered a tornado lamp it will look great with my 36.83 cm tall lava lamp since its the same size coming on Wednesday.
I'm getting a telstar for my birthday too not the astro
Added by Gabriel on September 22, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Added by wayne miller on September 3, 2014 at 1:08pm — No Comments
I've had a remarkable year where Lava Lamps are concerned. I had been looking for an Imperial for a good while and thinking I might never find one. Sure, I knew where there are five or so, but they are in the hands of people who love them. I was quite shocked to get the chance to buy Jim's Imperial this past March. The funny thing is that I almost passed on it when he made me the offer. I'm sure many would wonder why I even gave that notion a thought. Well, last Fall I stumbled on to…Continue
I finally got to the hardware store. I purchased a cord with a socket attached and came to find no 40 watt bulbs fit the size socket said cord came stock with. Branching out of my comfort zone, I bought a ceramic light mounting base and decided to try my hand at wiring.
There is no greater joy than not really knowing what you are doing, plugging the franken-light in, and having it work (especially when so very few things seem to ever work on the first try)!
With that out of the…Continue
I just recieved my first Goo Kit,
Can anyone help with some input. There are no instructions, nothing is even marked. As a newbie who has never done a lamp, where do I start. ???
Apology for posting in the wrong place
As of December, I no longer have a vehicle so aside from getting to and from work, I don't get out too much anymore. Lack of transportation has prevented me from getting what I need at the hardware store to make my first lamp... but that goo kit has been staring me in the face for two weeks and I just couldn't wait any longer.
I dusted off my 750ml Crystal Head vodka bottle and went to town. Luckily, it fits on my 52oz bases (albeit, leaning back). The result was wonderful,…Continue
Today I did some sketching. I decided to start with the Super Mario ? block since that will be the easier to build and, let's be honest, nothing motivates more than finishing what is started. After taking some measurements of a 52oz globe, I set to work on scaling the project out. For the sake of simplicity, I shaved off a half inch from the base (seeing as the standard contemporary century base is about 6.5 inches high). Since the base is a cube, I only conceptualized one side (the front).…Continue
When I go at something, I go hard. Not like a football player tackling the ball holder, but like a .45 slug into a cement wall. I recently became re-acquainted with a childhood love: lava lamps. What began as a christmas gift to my free-spirited fiance quickly turned into my newest obsession. When I am interested in something, I research the hell out of it until I understand it through and through. That process led me to Oozing Goo where I quickly discovered that there exists a whole…Continue
I am in need of 6 mathmos replacement bottles for my lunar collection. I'm in the US and can't get them. Can anyone goo member help me? I am willing to pay all shipment charges and a premium to someone who can help place the order and ship. Payment can be made via paypal or other means.
At the small postal station near where my mother lives this happened day before yesterday .
The gentleman behind the desk , a tall man from India wearing a turban by the name of Harsha , is always polite and conversational with my mother asking her 'how do you like retirement ?'. I know my mother always enjoys the conversations as she is very personable . Lately my mother has been going through every heart test they can come up with because she fainted a few months back. She…Continue
Added by Joanne on December 11, 2013 at 9:28pm — No Comments
A flame that once burned bright has been extinguished. A light that has guided me for all of my 50 years. Taught me how to be strong and gentle, caring and firm. Showed me how to love life and take joy in the little things.
Goodbye Daddy, see you on the other side.
I discovered this site today when I was trying to revive some dead lamps.
Later on I went to Home Hardware and found a 40 watt bulb that fits the socket. The lamp is running great now, but may get too hot later, we'll see.
Also I added some music videos I did a couple years ago that may be of interest.