Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

The Kaleidolite is weird, wild, wanton, whimsical and watchable! Ripe for the 'in' crowd and in for the ripe crowd! (Whoever wrote that deserves a prize!) Introduced April 1, 1968!

There are three Kaleidolites. Two of them are this style, with either a plastic or a glass globe. One contains a black cardboard cylinder with the patterns cut out (which may have had a matching top cover) and has five candelabra sockets at various heights, each containing a different color of random-blink Christmas bulb. The effect would be pretty showy. The other contains a single bulb and a motion lamp spinner, and a lack of venting might have made for lackluster performance.

The third may have been an attempt to use old parts, and has been called the Silver Spinner, with or without Kaleidolite as a prefix or suffix. It had a conical Carlisle-like silver base with a deeply-indented line around the top and bottom and a plastic Century tray. The Silver Spinner contained a motion lamp spinner and a bulb; some versions may have had the multi-blink bulbs AND a spinner.

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