I have a 1975 model Lava lamp that no longer works. It lights up but the goo doesn't blob and rise like it should. It is a 1975 model 300 Carlisle. the only thing different is the spring in the bottom is broken.
hi I am selling my crestworth princess as I didn't realise how rare it is but after searching for a few days I have realised how special this is.I have 4 small children and a dog and isn't wise to keep it.The stand has been cut at the bottom from previous owners but other than that it is still in good condition for its age.Its glitter filled and lights up red.Still fully working and looks really good on don't use as being stored out the way.I am looking for good offers preferably pickup or…Continue
picked up this lunar on ebay uk at £1950 if I'm not wrong... is there anybody left with some sense ?
Added by IdOrU 02 on November 9, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments
So I have a 52 oz clear/blue gookit that I'm not feelen anymore. The blue has turned into a weirdo bizarre plum color that is notorious with the blue dye that comes from MT Goo. I'm going to dump a butt ton of blue or violet in this lamp to make the goo look almost black, then make a food coloring blend to the orange I like and make my orange and black Halloween lamp out of this clear/blue that i'm not liking anymore. I came to the conclusion if I really want a true blue lamp, I'm either…Continue
The album draws near, so pumped.
Will have the double press black 180, signed, nightlight and CD, so…Continue
Added by Benn merrett on March 11, 2015 at 6:38pm — No Comments
I require a base unit for the above. Earlier this week the lamp stopped working ; switch it on and nothing happens. After a discussion with Mathmos she suggested I try and see if someone here might have one available as they stopped making this particular model some time ago.
Any advice/comments/suggestions appreciated
Thanks for reading
On December 6th at 3:35AM my Purple/Yellow Colossus exploded.....yes you read that right.
I had to get a bit of distance between then and now before I could post about this. The week that this happened had to be one of the worst weeks of my life. Here's the low down........
Monday....go to work to find that a power outage at work and as a result I had to deal with (I.T.) problems that resulted, not the worst day but a good start to a bad week…Continue
I'm posting here mostly for whatever advice can be provided, and so I'll have some people to share my project with.
I suppose I'll start with the bottle I'm using for a globe. It's just an old Bombay Sapphire bottle that had been laying around my house for a long time, thought it would make for a sweet lava lamp.…Continue
I'm wondering if anyone can help.
I am a Marketing Director for a Medical Company that manufactures surgercal equipment through the use of fiberoptics. The owner bought the company in 1999. Originally, the company started in the 1970's by a man named Joseph Cuda and the company was called CUDA Fiberoptics. Fiberoptics was the main component in their products only the products are very different to ours, CUDA Fiberoptics used to manufature and sell "fiberoptic spray…Continue
From Amazon just ordered a tornado lamp it will look great with my 36.83 cm tall lava lamp since its the same size coming on Wednesday.
I'm getting a telstar for my birthday too not the astro
Added by Gabriel on September 22, 2014 at 2:30pm — No Comments
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I've had a remarkable year where Lava Lamps are concerned. I had been looking for an Imperial for a good while and thinking I might never find one. Sure, I knew where there are five or so, but they are in the hands of people who love them. I was quite shocked to get the chance to buy Jim's Imperial this past March. The funny thing is that I almost passed on it when he made me the offer. I'm sure many would wonder why I even gave that notion a thought. Well, last Fall I stumbled on to…Continue
I finally got to the hardware store. I purchased a cord with a socket attached and came to find no 40 watt bulbs fit the size socket said cord came stock with. Branching out of my comfort zone, I bought a ceramic light mounting base and decided to try my hand at wiring.
There is no greater joy than not really knowing what you are doing, plugging the franken-light in, and having it work (especially when so very few things seem to ever work on the first try)!
With that out of the…Continue