....or my wallet that is.
I just bought two blue and green "Hot Rocks" or as they are called on the actual package "Hot Rockets" at Walmart. They had quite a bit of them but only the blue green ones. I really wanted one of those purple ones but maybe some other time I'll find them. They should be interesting when they get fired up as the wax line is well above the base. There should be a really feirce glow at the bottom because of this.
Now I have those two
the creative motion liquid metal, blue, green, and red,
the ~1999 creative motion green/green,
and that 20oz blue/white Lava World thing that took ~5 days to turn from translucent to white non moving to full motion. Paitence is the key with those lava world 20oz. If it wasn't for this board I would have brought that one back so I thank you all! It works well and looks georgous! I have it in a dimmer now so I can control the shape and speed of the wax.
I don't have room for them all but they should be fun to display when I have the house to myself on the weekends. The nice thing about these lights vs. par cans, pinspots, and other projectors is that they set up really easy and pack up nicely. No truss, lighting trees, or dimmer packs needed for lava lamps! :) I've always enjoyed turning my personal space into a timeless la-la land for watching movies, music, or gaming.
I'm so kicking myself for not keeping the early 90s blue/green Lava Lite lamp w/ black base though... I had no idea they could be repaired by filtering and recaping... Ignorance is truly bliss.