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Smart Astro Colour Changing Lava Lamp

Lamp of many colours

Smart Astro Colour Changing Lava Lamp

Lamp of many colours

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Limited Edition sticker

Limited edition

Some things never quite recovered from their association with the early 70s: polyester flares, Tony Blackburn, Spangles…we could go on. But we won’t. We’d rather focus on things that are still going strong. Things like the lava lamp. Because glowing gloop maestros Mathmos have reinvented their iconic curio with the amazing Smart Astro Colour Changing Lava Lamp.
Touch Sensitive button

Touch Sensitive

Ultra stylish, this limited edition, touch sensitive goo gurgler gradually changes colour, making it even more mesmerising than its 20th century predecessor.

There are two colourways to choose from, Green to Yellow and Blue to Red, each one wafting through several shades en route to its destination colour. You can even pause on any colour by touching a button on the base.
Colour variants

Green to Yellow

Blue to Red

On a desk
Unlike most lava lamps the Astro uses LEDs and all manner of high tech jiggery pokery to achieve its hypnotic effect. It really needs to be seen to be disbelieved. But hurry, this funky lamp is strictly limited edition. So get ordering and enjoy the gloop.

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With a dog
Product Details:
  • Chip controlled LEDs.
  • Polished aluminium base and bottle cap. Glass bottle. Mathmos lava formula. Acid etched steel 'Smart' button.
  • Measures 43cm(H)

Customer Reviews

After receiving my blue/red lava lamp for Christmas I liked it that much I ordered the other colour green/yellow so I can have one at each end of my television.
Richard Stanyon - 27th December 2010
My husband bought me this for Christmas. I opened it today (Dec 25th) was delighted, but not for long, It had arrived without a power cable so it's useless!
Alison Griffiths - 25th December 2010
Firebox says: Oh dear! That is not right. Please get in touch with our team on and we will get this sorted out for you in a jiffy.
This is EXACTLY what I've been looking for! although I'm slightly confused. What do you mean it uses LEDs to achieve the effect? The goop is actually goopy right, and not just LEDs?
Kelly - 9th December 2010
Firebox says: Yes indeedy, the goop is goopy, the LEDs are just used to create the colour changing effect.