I really like the Lunar Chrome lights. Have started to keep my eyes open for one but before that, I should consider how big they are. What is the diameter of the base (fins) as well as the height?…Continue
"I have one complete kit left, after that is picked and chosen from available inventoryEmail en at firstname.lastname@example.org
$100 includes shipping to the lower 48
We are selling personal restoration goods from my inventory to make room for…"
Just replaced the master fluid and wax with one of Claude Johnson kits on the blue /yellow lamp. Looking forward to trying one of Claude’s new formulas when they are released. The blue yellow (formerly a red head) came from Facebook Marketplace but it had been severally messed with before I got it. Wax stuck all over the sides, red wax all bleached out from the epsom salt. The seller had a number of lamps and tried to fix this one so I know why he was selling it cheap compared to EBay. My good…See More
"Thanks!!! Much taller than expected but about what I expected on the diameter. Your side of the pond certainly has an advantage having Mathmos local. Thought they might just be expensive here due to the rarity but sound pricey elsewhere too. "
"The base across the fins is about 15" wide and the height is 34" to the top of the bullet tip.
You could run it on proper (UK) voltage with a stepdown voltage converter, or rewire to your US format. (Don't get blinded with science,…"
I really like the Lunar Chrome lights. Have started to keep my eyes open for one but before that, I should consider how big they are. What is the diameter of the base (fins) as well as the height? Also, do you change the bulb to a US 120VAC or is there other things you must do? Anything else to consider before purchase? What should one expect to pay for one in the US?See More
"On the R16 some appear from pictures to have more of a reflector look and others are for sure frosted. With a Century, do you need the non-reflector type for the pin holes to shine or do you need the reflector?"