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Saturn Giant Lava Lamp

The Biggest Lava Lamp from Inventors Mathmos *New*

Saturn Giant Lava Lamp

The Saturn giant lava lamp is the biggest production line lava lamp ever made, standing at 5ft (1.5m) high. Saturn works like a regular small lava lamp, there is no special filling or assembly required. Saturn is made entirely in the UK by hand to exacting quality standards, with ultra-clear borosilicate glass and hand-polished spun and laser-cut aluminium. Saturn is filled to order, choose from 10 colour combinations, it will arrive at your door within 2 weeks of your order (4 weeks in the EU). Each Mathmos Saturn is has a unique dated instruction book and replacement bottles and bulbs will be available on an ongoing basis. FIRST10 Sold Out

 

Easy Assembly

Saturn is quick and easy to assemble, watch the video. It arrives in two boxes; simply place the bottle on the base then fit the cap as you would with any lava lamp, easier with two.

 

Made by Hand in Britain

Saturn lava lamp is proudly made by hand in Britain to the highest possible quality standards by Mathmos and our trusted partners, see our manufacturing video.

 

Design: 60s to Now

The Saturn design is rooted in our 1960s lava lamp design The Princess, now very rare. See our video showing how the design evolved from The Princess to today's Saturn.

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Dated Instruction Book

Every Saturn lava lamp comes with a unique instruction book with the date the lamp was filled on the back. Perfect to retain to protect the collectable value of these unique pieces.

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Public or Private Spaces

Saturn's three legs have optional floor fixing points and a deep base with a silicone lining to ensure the bottle is held securely. The lead can be easily attached to the holes in a leg if needed.

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Simple Delivery

Saturn arrives in two boxes through the usual courier system. There are no pallets or special arrangements needed. Allow 2 weeks for delivery.

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Hand Polished Metal

Saturn’s metal parts are hand polished. The cap and base are spun by hand and viewing holes are cut into the base. The laser-cut legs are carefully assembled and the Mathmos badge applied.

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Giant Lava Lamp Formula

We worked for literally years to develop a formula that can travel, warm up in around 3 hours and give 6 hours of great lava movement. All previous lava lamps of this size have been filled by hand on-site.

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Replacement Bottles 

When Saturn’s lava lamp bottle ends its life, approx. 2,000 hours, you can simply buy a new one as you would any Mathmos lava lamp. Send your old bottle back in the packaging your new one arrives in and we will give you a credit. See here.

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Borosilicate Glass

Saturn’s glass bottle is made of borosilicate glass. This glass is used in chemical vessels and has unique properties of strength and clarity ensuring the best possible view of the lava flowing.

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Great Packaging

Saturn’s two boxes look great but don’t give away the contents, just in case you want a spectacular gift. They are large so we don’t expect you will keep them but we made an insert that you might want to retain along with your instruction book.

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Replacement Bulbs

Saturn uses a 120w R7s 78mm Linear Halogen Capsule bulb. This bulb is used to both heat and light Saturn and is available from Mathmos here and elsewhere. Three are three included with every Saturn.

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Weight: Body: 5.7 kg, Bottle: 19 kg, Total: 24.7 kg
Product size: Height: 152 cm (59.84 inches) 5ft, Width: 54 cm (21.26 inches), Depth: 48 cm (18.90 inches), Diameter: 61 cm (24.02 inches)
Power: Mains power
Materials: Polished Laser Cut & Spun Aluminium - Borosilicate Glass Bottle - Mathmos lava formula
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Price/Availability:
£2500.00
In stock
Brand:

Mathmos Lava Lamps

 

Mathmos Saturn lava lamp bulb specification
Light: 120w R7s 78mm Linear Halogen Capsule bulb
 
Mathmos Saturn lava lamp bulb energy label
Lifespan: Approx. 2000hr
Colour temp: 2900K (Warm White)
CRI: 100
Lumens: 1380lm
Consumption: 80kWh/1000hr
 

Mathmos Saturn lava lamp children advice

ATTENTION!

Lava lamps are not toys. Please position them well out of reach of children under 14 years old.

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Mathmos Saturn lava lamp instructions

Box Contents

Saturn comes packaged in two boxes;
Box 1: Tripod Stand, R7s Bulb, Spun Base with Cable Kit, Top Cap
Box 2: Filled bottle

Position

Saturn is for indoor use only. Choose your position carefully, especially if Saturn is to be used in public areas. Ensure that the cable can reach the power socket location without being stretched and does not become a trip hazard. Choose a position on a robust flat surface able to bear its weight. Saturn operates at its best in a room between 20º C / 68º F and 24ºC / 75º F.

For best performance we recommend you keep the product away from:

  • Direct sunlight to prevent fading.
  • Drafts and cold places, such as an air conditioner, to prevent slow operation and freezing.
  • Hot places, such as a heater, to prevent overheating.
  • cold places to prevent freezing
  • hot places to prevent overheating
  • Keep the cable away from heated surfaces.

OPTIONAL: The feet on the stand have Bolt / Screw slots that allow you to fix the lamp onto a suitable surface. We recommend you use suitable Bolts or screws (x 4 of the same specification) for fixing the base. You must ensure the base is positioned safely onto the floor.

Assembly

For a full visual guidance recommend you watch the video.

Box 1: (the larger box)

  1. Open and carefully take out the cap and the base.
  2. Place the lamp in position.
  3. Fit the bulb into the product by pushing one end in and springing it into place between the lamp holder contacts. (diagram 1). Ensure that each end of the bulb is sitting properly in the lamp holder.

Box 2: (the smaller box - bottle)

  1. Take great care removing the bottle from the box. It is both heavy and delicate.
  2. Open the box by removing the tear off strip.
  3. Open the flaps and remove the top cardboard insert and set this aside.
  4. Using the handles on the side of the box, carefully lower the box so the long side is on the floor.
  5. Place the cardboard insert set aside earlier in front of the box at the opening to protect the bottle as it comes out of the box.
  6. Pull the bottle out of the box using the neck of the bottle and as you do this move the bottle upright to stand it on the insert. (diagram 2)
  7. Slowly lift the bottle and then lower the bottle into position on the base, ensuring that it fits neatly into the base spinning. NB. This operation may require two people.
  8. Fit the cap on the top of the bottle.
  9. Warm Up

    Warm up takes between 3 to 4 hours depending on the ambient temperature. Stalagmite shapes may form during the warm up process, these will then melt and the lava will begin to flow. You may want to use a time clock with Saturn so that it turns on automatically.

    Operation

    Saturn will operate best after it has been used four or five times. For the first few times you may see small air bubbles in the lava. It is normal for the glass to have small air bubbles and moulding scars. Saturn can run for up to 12 hours once warmed up (during one operating cycle). Please allow Saturn to fully cool before running it again. Do not allow Saturn to overheat as this will shorten the life of the lava. If it is overheating there will be either only one large bubble at the top of the bottle or a lot of very small bubbles. NB. Never move the product when it is in use or still warm, as this causes irreparable clouding.

    Replacements

    When your Saturn has ended its life, it will begin to go cloudy, the colours may fade and it will not move as well as it once did. This will happen after approximately 2000 hours in operation. Whether your product has ended its life or when you wish to have an alternative colour combination, visit our website at www.mathmos.com for more information on a replacement bottle or full product. NB. Please on no account open the secure cap and add liquids.

    Changing the Bulb

    1. It is essential to allow your product to cool down completely prior to handling or maintaining the product.
    2. Once your product has completely cooled, carefully lift out the bottle from the base and set down on a sturdy surface safely away from the base.
    3. Avoid handling the bulb with your bare hands, instead use a soft cloth or similar.
    4. Fit the bulb into the product by pushing one end in and springing it into place between the lamp holder contacts. (diagram 2).
    5. Ensure that each end of the bulb is sitting properly in the lamp holder.If the bulb blows, please replace it with one of the same type and wattage. Only fit the correct bulb, as started in the label in the base.
    6. Visit www.mathmos.com for more information or to purchase a replacement bulb.

    Safety

    Safety

    • This product carries the statutory guarantee of the country of purchase and meets all the applicable standards requirements.
    • This product is only suitable for connection to a 220 - 240V ~ 50Hz mains supply. It must only be fitted with a 3A fuse.
    • If this is to be installed in a public space then we recommend fitting it to a RCD device.
    • This fitting is a Class II, Double Insulated product and does not re quire an Earth.
    • Place the product well away from children under 14 years to prevent breakage.
    • Use this product only for its intended use as described in these instructions. Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer.
    • Do not use any other means to heat up the bottle other than the bulb provided nor attempt to cool it down artificially.
    • Do not operate the product for more than 12 hours once warmed up (during one operating cycle).
    • The liquids in the product are not dangerous and can be disposed of normally (for details, see our online FAQ’s at www.mathmos.com). If the liquid is swallowed by mistake, drink plenty of water. If any symptoms appear, please visit a doctor.
    • Never use this product if the bottle has been dropped as this will create weakness; obtain a replacement bottle and dispose of the old one. If the contents are spilled please dispose of as much liquid and lava as you can remove, then use recommended cleaning methods for removing coloured water and wax for whatever floor you have.

    To reduce the risk of burns, electric shock, or injury:

    • Unplug from mains outlet before putting on or taking off parts or before cleaning.
    • Never operate this product if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or if it has been submerged in water.
    • The external flexible cable of this product cannot be replaced. If the cable is damaged, please contact Mathmos
    • To disconnect, turn the switch to the off position, then remove plug from outlet.
    • Never touch the bulb if the product is switched on or if it has just been switched off in order to avoid burning. To replace a defective bulb, unplug the product and let it cool down sufficiently.

    NB. Mathmos Ltd. cannot be made liable for damage or injury caused by improper handling, installation or use of its products.

    Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste. Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your Local Authority or retailer for recycling advice.

 

SATURN FAQs

  1. Q. Where is the Mathmos brand on my Saturn?
    A. The Mathmos branding is on top of one of the legs of base.
  2. Q. How can I clean my Saturn lava lamp?
    A. The bottle should be cleaned with glass cleaner and a microfibre cloth. Only use a microfibre cloth to clean the aluminium parts. The silicone slots can be cleaned with a damp cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaning products as this can irreparably damage the product.
  3. Q. How long should it take for my Saturn lava lamp to warm up?
    A. Saturn will begin working within 3 – 3.5 hours, firstly it will form stalagmite shapes, then form lava blob shapes before beginning to flow. Ensure it is positioned away from drafts and air conditioning and the environment is at least 20 degrees centigrade. NB. A new bottle may take longer to heat up.
  4. Q. I am having trouble changing the bulb
    A. Ensure that the product is unplugged and cool. At first glance, the bulb looks too long for the lamp holder, however, the contacts are spring loaded. Locate one end of the bulb on the pin and gently push, the other end of the lamp can then be located on the other pin.
  5. Q. How much does the Saturn Weigh?
    A. The Saturn weighs 24.7 Kg in total. The stand and aluminium parts weight 5.7kg and the bottle weighs 19kg. We would recommend placing the bottle in the base is a two-man lift.
  6. Q. What size is the Saturn?
    A. The Saturn measures 1520mm height x 540mm width x 480mm depth and the spread of the legs is 610mm diameter.
  7. Q. Why is the switch much larger than the one used on the Astro?
    A. The Saturn is fitted with a foot switch, this does not need a large amount of force to operate.
  8. Q. How long is the mains cable?
    A. The Saturn has a 3m cable fitted. Ensure that the cable can reach the power socket location without being stretched and does not become a trip hazard.
  9. Q. I can sometimes see a blue flash of light from the foot switch. Is it safe?
    A. It is perfectly safe. As the live makes contact with the other part of the switch it can occasionally create a small blue flash.
  10. Q. What is the best way to move the product?
    A. Unplug the product first and then lift the bottle off the stand and set safely to one side. Move the stand to the new location and then carefully place the bottle on top. Never drag the product as this can permanently damage the stand or it may even tip over.
  11. Q. What are the slots in the feet for?
    A. This is to enable you to fix down the product should the need occur, i.e. in public areas. Please use fixings that are appropriate for the floor surface.
  12. Q. Are the halogen lamps that the Saturn uses not banned?
    A. These lamps are currently exempt under the new UK and EU Eco Design regulations.
  13. Q. Can the product be used in public areas?
    A. Yes. Please perform your own risk assessment as you would with any electrical product in a public space.

GENERAL LAVA LAMP FAQs

  1. Q. Can I buy replacement parts for my lava lamp?
    A. Yes Mathmos lava lamps are designed to last please buy replacement parts here.
  2. Q. My lava lamp is faulty what can I do?
    A. Firstly read through these FAQs to see if your question has been answered. If not we offer a one year warranty on all our products and two years if bought direct from our websites. If your lamp is within the warranty period, please contact our customer service team who will be happy to assist. Please read our Faulty Product Returns Advice.
  3. Q. Why is my lava lamp cloudy?
    A. Lava lamps become cloudy for two reasons; either they have been shaken or moved whilst hot or they have reached the end of their life (2000 hours). You can purchase a replacement bottle for your lava lamp here.
  4. Q. Why does my lava lamp have specs and bubbles in the glass?
    A. Mathmos lava lamp bottles are manufactured in one of the highest quality automated bottling factories in Britain. Small bubbles are a normal part of this manufacturing process, it is not a fault.
  5. Q. What are the differences in quality between a Mathmos lava lamp and others?
    A. A different lava formulation giving better lava flow, longer life, clearer liquids and more vivid colours. The metal parts are of a thicker, higher grade metal allowing us to hand polish them to a high shine. Our bulbs are directional taking the heat away from the base and directing the light into the lava. We have a higher standard of safety and build quality audited by a number of different bodies. We provide a comprehensive range of spare parts unlike other throw away products. We have 56 years of British manufacturing excellence to draw on.
  6. Q. How long should it take for my lava lamp to warm up?
    A. Lava lamps should start working within an hour to an hour and a half of turning them on. First they will form stalagmite shapes, then they will start to form lava lamp shapes. Please note, new bottles will take longer to heat up (up to three hours), but the heating time will decrease after several uses.
  7. Q. My lava lamp just has one large bubble sitting at the top of the bottle that does not move?
    A. The lava lamp is overheated. It could have been on too long (more than 8 hours), so please turn it off and allow it too cool. Or it is positioned in a room that is too hot (more than 24 degrees) or next to a heater. Please reposition your lamp.

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  8. Q. How should I recycle my lava lamp bottle when it reaches the end of its life?
    A. Please make a hole in the metal cap with a sharp point, then pour away the liquid. The bottle may then be recycled through your local recycling centre.

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  9. Q. Can I buy new liquids for my lava lamp?
    A. Lava lamp bottles are a sealed unit and should not be tampered with. We do not sell the liquids separately, but you can buy a new bottle and contents for Mathmos lava lamps here.

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  10. Q. Can I buy a new cap for my lava lamp bottle?
    A. Lava lamp bottles are a sealed unit and so we do not sell the cap separately, but you can buy a new bottle and contents here.

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  11. Q. Why is my bottle not sitting straight in the base?
    A.

    Bottles are now supplied with a lip which runs around the lower part of the bottle, to ensure it will sit straight in the base. When the bottle is placed on the base, it should sit securely, although it will still be possible to move the bottle from side to side and a shadow gap may be visible.

    There are minute variations in bottle and base size over time so it may be that occasionally for some much older products a new bottle does not fit in the base. If your bottle isn't sitting in the base, please contact our customer service team.

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  12. Q. How long do lava lamp bottles last?
    A. Mathmos Lava lamp bottles last for approximately 2000 hours of use. After this you can buy a replacement bottle here.

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  13. Q. Where can I buy replacement bulbs for my Mathmos lava lamp?
    A. Mathmos have large stocks of replacement bulbs for our lava lamps available here.

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  14. Q. What is Mathmos doing about halogen bulb phase out?
    A. Don't worry whilst some halogen bulbs are being phased out for lighting purposes Mathmos uses halogen bulbs primarily to heat its lava lamps rather than to light them; so the use of halogen bulbs in our lava lamps is part of a special purpose exemption under current regulations. We have large stocks of these special purpose bulbs and we also have an ongoing supply. We also have alternative ways of powering our iconic lamps should there be further changes to the regulations in the future.

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  15. Q. Why don't you do replacement bottles in the colour I want?
    A. Mathmos have made a huge number of colourways over our long history, it is not possible to keep all the colours in stock. Please choose from the current range and sign up to our social media channels to be notified of limited releases of other colours.

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  16. Q. Do you offer custom refills?
    A. We are not able to offer this service on an ongoing basis however if you sign up to our social media channels we may issue selected annual dates for collectors to have bottles refilled.

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  17. Q. Why has my lava lamp made strange stalagmite shapes?
    A. This is a normal part of the warming up process. Please leave it on longer and then it will start to form moving lava shapes.

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  18. Q. My lava lamp is not lighting up?
    A. Please check that your bulb is working. You may buy a new bulb here. Alternatively, please check the integrity of the fuse in the plug.

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  19. Q. Can I buy Mathmos lava lamps for delivery to the USA and Canada?
    A. Not at the moment but please sign up to our USA mailing list to be notified when you can buy from us here.

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  20. Q. Why can I see bubbles in the lava?
    A. Small bubbles in the lava are normal particularly when you first receive the lamp. As you use this over time the bubbles will reduce.
  21. Q. Why has the liquid in my bottle gone clear?
    A. Over time the dye in the lava liquid will fade, particularly if it is positioned in direct sunlight. If you lamp was bought within warranty and the instructions were followed please contact our customer service team. If your lamp is out of warranty you can buy a new bottle here.

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  22. Q. The liquid level of my lamp is too low. Can I top it up?
    A. No Mathmos lava lamp bottles are sealed units. Do not attempt to take off the cap and on no account top up the liquid. The heat from a lava lamp causes the liquid to expand and topping it up could cause the lamp to be overfilled and put pressure on the glass as the liquids expand. If you are not happy with your bottle buy a new one here.

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  23. Q. Why is there wax sticking to the side of the bottle?
    A. If you use the lamp a few times this wax should join the rest of the lava. If this does not happen and your lamp was bought less than a year ago please contact us here. If you lamp is over a year old please buy a replacement bottle here.
  24. Q. Do you offer any colours in addition to what is shown on your website?
    A. No, however we do constantly add new colours so sign up to our mailing list to be notified of new colours as they are released. We do occasionally release short runs of special colours, please sign up to our social channels to be notified.

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  25. Q. Why can I see a metal spring coil floating in my lava lamp bottle?
    A. The metal spring is an essential component of a lava lamp bottle. However it should be sitting at the bottom of the bottle. Run the lamp for several hours and hopefully the spring will settle in its right place.

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  26. Q. Why can I see a foreign object in my new lava lamp bottle?
    A. There should not be anything other than lava and liquid in the bottle. Sometimes you can see darker specs in the lava as it is flowing. Each batch is individually made and these are dye particles that are sometimes present. These often fade over time. If you see anything else in your bottle, please contact customer services here.

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  27. Q. How old is my Lava Lamp?
    A. There have been many small changes in the manufacture of Mathmos lava lamps over our long period of production. Dating lava lamps is not something we can do for you. You might want to visit one of the specialist sites such as www.flowoflava.com to begin this process.
  28. Q. How can I clean my lava lamp?
    A. The bottle should be cleaned with glass cleaner and a cloth. The base and cap is aluminium so please use recomended products. If in doubt just use a soft cloth.

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  29. Q. My lava lamp broke on the floor. How do I clean it?
    A. Dispose of as much liquid and lava as you can remove from the floor. Then use recommended cleaning methods for removing coloured water and wax for whatever floor you have.

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  30. Q. Can I buy Bayonet fitting bulbs for my 1960s lamp?
    A. Yes you can, we had these specially made to ensure our 60s lamps can still be enjoyed, see here.

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  31. Q. The replacement bottle I ordered doesn't fit my lamp. Can I change it?
    A. Please contact customer services here.

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  32. Q. Can I buy new liquid and wax?
    A. No please buy a complete new bottle here.

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  33. Q. What is the lifespan of a bottle or bulb?
    A. Mathmos lava lamp bottles last 2000 hours. The life of the bulbs vary depending on usage but replacement bulbs are available to buy from here here.

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  34. Q. Where is the Mathmos brand on my lava lamp?
    A. The Mathmos brand is on the plastic base and either printed on the product itself, on a brand label on the lead or etched on the glass.

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  35. Q. Why is there is a small gap between the base and the bottle?
    A. Some lamps have a shadow gap between the base and the bottle; this is normal.

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  36. Q. How do I recycle my lava lamp base?
    A. Why not buy a new bottle and bulb and reuse it? If you must recycle it, please take it to your nearest household recycling centre which has facilities available for recycling electrical waste.

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  37. Q. Why does my lava lamp colour look different to the picture?
    A. Mathmos lava lamp bottles are made by hand so there will be small variations in colour. Also bear in mind that colours look very different in the dark and in the light, our photographs are taken in the light.
  38. Q. Do you supply lamp holders for my base?
    A. Due to electrical safety regulations we are unable to supply lamp holders I’m afraid.
  39. Q. Has the formulation of Mathmos lava lamps changed?
    A. The formulation has improved since the 1960s making our lamps less likely to cloud in the heat or freeze in the cold. However we have not changed the formula in many years.
  40. Q. Why does my lava not flow / make lava shapes?
    A.
    1. Check your bulb is working
    2. Check you have positioned the lamp away from drafts, air conditioning or a window. Try the lamp in a new position in the room.
    3. Make sure the room is at least 20 degrees centigrade.
    4. The lamp will take longer to warm up the first few times; run the lamp for 4 – 6 hours each time.
    5. If you have an older base check the correct light source is fitted: see bulb section for the possible bulbs here.
    6. Check there is a coil at the bottom of the bottle.
  41. Q. What should I do if my lava lamp has been moved while being on and is now cloudy?
    A. Clouding in a bottle which has been moved when it is in use or still warm is irreparable. You can try and run the bottle for a few times to see if this will improve it. If this does not help, you can buy a new bottle here.
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