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Mathmos Chrom Star Wars Fighter - wtf???

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jonas Clark-Elliott Jun 29. 5 Replies

I just stumbled across a classified ad praising a "Mathmos Lavalamp Chrome Star Wars Fighter"  for 200 Euros.Custom made or super special Mathmos item??? Never seen something like this before...…Continue

Interesting Astrobaby metallic found

Started this discussion. Last reply by Arne Jun 4. 12 Replies

I bought a used Telstar last week, and it came with a gold-metallic bottle. But surprisingly this is not a glitterball bottle with the thick, glycerin-like fluid, but a normal wax bottle with…Continue

Question about best liquid fading method

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian May 23. 5 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

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Peter Panussi replied to Claude J's discussion Mathmos collection for sale
"Well, I am afraid sending Mathmos stuff from the Staates to Germany isn't really efficient and also too expensive. But anyway, your collection is of course very interesting and the video a pleasure to watch. One day I will find a pink Jet…"
Jul 24
Peter Panussi replied to lampfancy's discussion Mathmos ‘Magma Heads’ Exhibition
"Hmm, doesn't look creepy to me, more ugly and deformed, I would never place one of them in my rooms voluntarily. "
Jul 24
Jonas Clark-Elliott replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Mathmos Chrom Star Wars Fighter - wtf???
"I'd wager it IS indeed just like the many white/clear Mathmos that flooded eBay UK after it became clear that white was the rare color. Someone made this. It IS, however, cool-looking!"
Jun 29
Peter Panussi replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Mathmos Chrom Star Wars Fighter - wtf???
"@Arne: Literski from Wiesbaden? Hat paar Lavasachen im Angebot bei Ebay Kleinanzeigen.@ Claude J: So its another custom refill, thanks for the information! and well, the Chinese never ever payed any licence fees to Disney, I'm afraid..."
Jun 12
Peter Panussi replied to Jsmooth's discussion Propylene Glycol problems
"Sounds plausible, was one of my first tries. I bought a lot of cheap, cloudy bottles and began experimenting, and the glycerine bottle was one of the greatest fails.Not sure if I used any surfactant at that time, eventually I bought a bottle…"
Jun 12
Claude J replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Mathmos Chrom Star Wars Fighter - wtf???
"I had one of these star wars Tie fighter China-made glitter lamps, It was originally distributed in the UK, then eventually in the USA @120VTie figfhter glitter and fluid look identical"
Jun 11
Arne replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Mathmos Chrom Star Wars Fighter - wtf???
"it's sold by Oliver isnt it....100% diy glitter, just imagine what the official licence would cost...there is a genuine star trek jet though but thats just a star trek print on a black jet, not that spectacular. This bottle has a very nice…"
Jun 11
Claude J replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Mathmos Chrom Star Wars Fighter - wtf???
"Looks like their mirrored globe converted to glitter"
Jun 11
Peter Panussi replied to Jsmooth's discussion Propylene Glycol problems
"Well, I made strange experiences years ago when trying to rebuild a cloudy Astro with new fluid, containing of water and glycerine. Resulted in a totally different appearance, it changed the surface of the wax dramatically, and not for the…"
Jun 11
Peter Panussi posted a discussion

Mathmos Chrom Star Wars Fighter - wtf???

I just stumbled across a classified ad praising a "Mathmos Lavalamp Chrome Star Wars Fighter"  for 200 Euros.Custom made or super special Mathmos item??? Never seen something like this before...…See More
Jun 11
Arne replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Interesting Astrobaby metallic found
"If you like you can send me your cloudy bottles and I'll filter them for you and send them back."
Jun 4
Arne replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Interesting Astrobaby metallic found
"Well, there already is a more or less complete history online from a former member who started a new forum as far as I know. I think it doesnt include prototypes/one offs and other developement stuff but the main product range is complete. Also I…"
Jun 4
Peter Panussi replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Interesting Astrobaby metallic found
"Very interesting!! Ever considered to write an (unofficial) Crestworth/Mathmos company biography?You got so much information and knowledge about the topic, would be a phanstastic project!!"
Jun 2
Peter Panussi replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Interesting Astrobaby metallic found
"Hello folks, nothing from Mathmos yet. The bottle itself is a Crestworth bottle, as it says on the bottom. I payed 50 Euro for a Telstar in good condition and this bottle, so it's really no problem if it's no genuine Mathmos or Crestworth…"
Jun 2
Arne replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Interesting Astrobaby metallic found
"Exactly. A gold metallic made by mathmos doesnt exist. Metallics were produced in red, green, purple and glitterballs in silver (called glitterball aluminium), green and blue and a few are somewhat turquoise. I think they turned out to be turquoise…"
Jun 1
Simon Lloyd replied to Peter Panussi's discussion Interesting Astrobaby metallic found
"FYI"
May 31

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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
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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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