This is the 2nd run. So far, so good! This is as close to the real colors as I could get. It's an incredibly hard lamp to photograph accurately.
I've ran it three times and it's been great. I've got it started up today... and so far, so good. The initial spike often flips the yarn and the coil to a spot where it takes it longer to get going. Not much you can do about that.
I had a dream last night that I had another Grande from lava lite and it was under pressure and exploded all over my bedroom. What do you think that means?! LOL
looks great erin! it's a really nice photo as well. very clear. i can appreciate the time spent to produce this image.
how's the flow? still to your liking?
Beauty of a picture, Erin! My favorite combo, looks great on that huge gold tone base!
Ian, please do post a video or pic of it currently, I'd like to see it. I think everyone deserves to know what they're getting into.
I had two Heritage Grandes - the pink and the green. The pink has crap in the wax, the seal at the top is sucking itself in and it takes forever to heat up. I gave away the green one. I believe the pink one has wax stuck around the base, too.
I know it's a risk to buy these lamps. My main purpose is to document them for others, as odd as that sounds.
I really like the flow. It's as good as the Heritage Grande's. Thanks for posting. Now if I could only figure out which combo I like most and buy two of the same. I'm also digging the gold base.
I got mine on Amazon for about $20some. It's Neweer brand. Some Chinese offshoot. Works just fine. Let me know if you have any more questions - lava lamps are really hard to shoot accurately!
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