When my boys begged me for their own lava lamp lights for their room, I thought it would just be something novel. Instead, it has turned into their nightlight for when they’re falling asleep. They love watching the soothing ebb and flow of the “lava” as it rises and falls.
Lava Lamp Light
Ah, the lava lamp. One of the most beloved and recognizable icons from the 1960s and 1970s. Lava Lite resurrects the groovy gizmo, bringing it back to the forefront of trendy home decor. The iconic lamp’s shape stays true to the original’s geometric design, while its wax/ liquid color scheme bubbles its hypnotizing splendor behind the glass for a whole new generation. Furthermore, a steel base anchors the unit with a sturdy foundation, while a matching cap infuses it with a cool sense of symmetry and completion.
Powered with a standard electrical cord with inline switch and lit with a 25-watt incandescent bulb, the lamp’s soothing glow gently illuminates any study, den, office, or bedroom. Better yet, pair it with a disco ball and some hip records to drum up a downright dynamite party. A funky, radical gift for a family member or friend. Carries a 90-day limited warranty.
The original manufacturer of Lava Lamps, Lava Lite delights in satisfying the cravings of lava-lamp aficionados with a continual offering of new lamps–everything from glittered and patterned varieties to cool and quirky color schemes, color-phasing vortex styles, and more. Lava Lite’s selection of replacement bulbs, help keep each light operating in style and at peak capacity.
When you first start this Lava Lamp, give it 4-6 hours to run in a lava-y fashion. The Lava Lamp will start by forming “towery” wax pillars. This is normal and eventually it will start to flow, with blobs colliding and oozing around the glass globe.
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