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Peter Panussi's Discussions

Question about best liquid fading method

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul 6 hours ago. 4 Replies

High folks,some days ago I purchased an Astrobaby bottle, and now I want to modificate it.The colorway is violet-tourquoise. I thought this combination was only sold for Neos, but this one is clearly…Continue

new version of Mathmos' Telstar in matt black and copper

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Aug 8, 2019. 35 Replies

Mathmos announced a new version of the telstar, still one of the best designs of them, but this one is not convincing.…Continue

The old glitter liquid question

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude J Sep 8, 2018. 1 Reply

As mentioned in many older discussions, many people are searching for the correct liquid for glitter bottles. On an older Crestworth cap it says: PropyleneglycolCan anybody confirm that PG works? And…Continue

Question to the experts of early Lava/Glitter stuff: What's this??

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mr MaGoo Mar 8, 2018. 3 Replies

An interesting lamp I can't classify: Maybe an early Crestworth model? The seller claims the glitter bottle to be original, while the lava one was a replacement bottle (Mathmos AstroBaby) that…Continue

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Paul replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Question about best liquid fading method
" I've faded some to clear before by just leaving the bottle out in the sun, the liquid stayed clear. They should really bring back the yellow/turquoise too, great colour. "
6 hours ago
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Electric Blue

"nice!!!!!! vibrant colors even on the photography!"
yesterday
Peter Panussi replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Question about best liquid fading method
"No one ever tried to fade Mathmos original color to clear?"
yesterday
Pierre Brazeau commented on Peter Panussi's photo
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Astro gone wild...

"Red Round Runaway."
Saturday
Peter Panussi replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Question about best liquid fading method
"durch filtern anschließend das Trübe wieder raus kriegen?oder gar das violett raus filtern???"
May 9
Arne replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Question about best liquid fading method
"Ich würd sie eher filtern"
May 9
Peter Panussi posted a discussion

Question about best liquid fading method

High folks,some days ago I purchased an Astrobaby bottle, and now I want to modificate it.The colorway is violet-tourquoise. I thought this combination was only sold for Neos, but this one is clearly an Astrobaby without any plastic coating. The violet is pale and washed out in comparison to the violet-tourquoise Neo I have in my collection.I plan to fade away the violet completely and then dye the clear liquid yellow, to reproduce the phantastic yellow-tourquoise Astro colorway, which was…See More
May 9
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Spray painted / anodised Jets

"Du hast Dich mal wieder selbst übertroffen, was für ein geiles Ensemble!! What a pitty that you are not the head of innovation at Mathmos, I would love to see the special editions you would invent for them. "
May 9
Peter Panussi replied to Simon Lloyd's discussion Mathmos EDITIONS - Dark Oak and Marble Astro
Apr 16
Peter Panussi replied to Simon Lloyd's discussion Mathmos EDITIONS - Dark Oak and Marble Astro
Apr 16
Peter Panussi commented on Arne's video
Apr 16
Peter Panussi joined Modulo '70's group
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Florence Art Lamps

having recently been fortunate enough to purchase my first ever Florence Art lamp recently I was surprised to discover there was no group dedicated to these somewhat enigmatic lamps...so here it is! Frank Chillino, feel free to contribute as you've a fantastic collection and knowledge. Anyone else out there in lava land (or should that be Glitterville?) have any pics and comments you wish to make. Please feel free!See More
Apr 7, 2021
Peter Panussi replied to Sedated's discussion Dating Mathmos lamps
"Interesting topic. I checked my 14 AstroBabies, and here are the results: Embossed logo, black cord: 7/97, 11/97, 2/98, 6/98, 6/98. Printed logo, black cord: 9/98, 10/98, 11/98, 12/98. Printed logo, white cord: 9/99, 8/00, 8/00, 9/00, 11/00. Sad I…"
Mar 11, 2021
Peter Panussi replied to MonsoonStorm's discussion Does mathmos give notice when discontinuing products?
"A while ago, word spread in the forum, that the red-red Neos were gone from Mathmos' site. On the German site they still had em and I bought one instantly, which was luck, cause 14 days later they were also discontinued in Germany."
Feb 7, 2021
Peter Panussi replied to Steven Russell's discussion Does anyone know what this is? I know it was made by Crestworth
"Wow, a Crestworth Traction Engine Lamp - always wanted one of them, you made a real lucky find, congratulations! As far as I know there were two versions, one with engine parts made of steel, and a newer one with plastic…"
Dec 8, 2020

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Something Interesting About Me:
Mostly harmless...
Where I Live:
Berlin, Germany
My First Lava Lamp was:
Mathmos Astro blue-green
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
ca. 35
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
Mathmos Jet
Relationship Status:
In a Relationship

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At 12:25pm on August 7, 2017, Arne said…
'nabend :) soo ich hab tatsächlich wieder ne astro metallic aber die ist bissl trüb. wollen wir mal gemeinsam versuchen die masterfluid formel zu knacken ? hab nochmal bissl nachgedacht und bin guter hoffnung die relativ flott entschlüsselt zu haben, vll soagr beim ersten versuch aber zwei köpfe sind halt schlauer als einer und die bestandteile kosten halt auch ca zwanzig euro...kann im alleingang also mòglicherweise auch etwas teuer werden falls meine vermutungen nicht zutreffen. falls wirs schaffen können wir die von mir aus auch anderen zum kauf anbieten aber zumindest kann man die denn mal anmachen ohne Jedes mal der unweigerlichen eintrübung ins auge blicken zu müssen :) besten gruß arne
At 2:04am on May 7, 2017, Modulo '70 said…
Hi Peter. Warm greetings from the syndicate for lava (and glitter) lamp lovers - Oozing Goo!
 
 
 

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