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2 piece base century

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kyle S Nov 24. 9 Replies

Hi there,I’m just wondering if anyone knows why the 2 part base centuries do not cast much light out of the pin holes? Seems like the ‘70’s ones really have quite the display of light emitting from…Continue

Flaky wax

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude J Oct 2. 1 Reply

So I made my own wax from 2 parts white candle wax and one part perc. It…Continue

60’s or 70’s Century?

Started this discussion. Last reply by BamaMatt May 24, 2020. 2 Replies

I just got a sweet century off of eBay that seems to me might be a late 60’s model. It didn’t come with a box or the plastic black base but otherwise is in awesome condition. It has a two part base…Continue

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Jordan Reeder replied to Tevfik Dogruman's discussion Making lava lamp step by step (Blue lava)
"Did you use an oil based dye for the blue coloring?"
Nov 30
Kyle S replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"I’ve never seen an image of the two piece century base until now and am unsure how the dimensions of it differ from the newer bases from models such as the silver century. It looks really cool! What you could try is a higher wattage bulb (if…"
Nov 24
Jordan Reeder replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"I finally found an R16 bulb (many stores have switched over almost entirely to LED bulbs these days) anyway, it casts actually less light out of the pin holes on the base than a clear, 40 watt appliance bulb does. I'm lead to believe that it is…"
Nov 23
Jordan Reeder replied to jim young's discussion I bought this for 5 dollars at an estate sale. What is it?
"Nice score! A lot of us dream of such a great/cheap find!"
Nov 18
Jordan Reeder replied to k-nano's discussion A New Source of Goo Kits
"I'd happily support you as a customer!"
Nov 9
Jordan Reeder replied to k-nano's discussion A New Source of Goo Kits
"Non-perc!? WOAH didn't know it was possible. *Begins to research I personally like the lamp on the far right from the youtube video. The flow seems perfect to me."
Nov 9
Jordan Reeder replied to Ant Bee's discussion Trying to crack the original formula- why was kerosene used?
"I just made a batch with LP so we'll see how it goes. The last batch leeched the perc. (didn't have any LP in that batch)"
Oct 31
Autumn replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"Plenty. "
Oct 13
Jordan Reeder replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"Do you have lots of light coming through the base with that reflector bulb?"
Oct 13
Autumn replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"You don't need a heat shield. A R16 40W bulb fits perfectly and is already designed to focus heat and light into the globe. That is what I run my centuries on and I have found they work better than standard bulbs with the heat shield so I…"
Oct 13
Jordan Reeder replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"Thanks for the info Claude! Very much appreciated!  I’ve seen an article on how to make a heat shield on this site… I’ll look into that."
Oct 13
Claude J replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"I've monitored eBay for many years, first as a collector and later,,as a reseller of other collectors' inventory. It seems incredibly rare to come across any individual/single century parts except the heat-shield aluminum ring or a generic…"
Oct 12
Claude J replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"I have one for the wizard model (as a rebuild kit,I believe they may be the same part #"
Oct 12
Jordan Reeder replied to Jordan Reeder's discussion 2 piece base century
"Picture for reference!"
Oct 9
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2 piece base century

Hi there,I’m just wondering if anyone knows why the 2 part base centuries do not cast much light out of the pin holes? Seems like the ‘70’s ones really have quite the display of light emitting from the holes on the base. Also wondering if anyone knows where to find a new black bottom for the base? The previous owner apparently took it off or it broke or something. Would I have to just buy a base from eBay and take off the black part or something?Thanks! See More
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Something Interesting About Me:
I am a beginning bee keeper
Where I Live:
Wisconsin
My First Lava Lamp was:
Emerald green lava lite from 1997
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
3
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
Century- hands down!
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Married
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