www.britishinvention.com | The History of the Lava Lamp | Mathmos invented the lava lamp in Great Britain in 1963 | Contemporary Mathmos LED Powered Lights ... Part: 3

Below: In 2000, Mathmos reinvented themselves with the introduction of a diverse array of LED powered lamps. Starting with Bubble, a portable ball of luminosity in 2000, Mathmos followed Bubble with Tumbler and Aduki. Mathmos introduced a range of Softlights (Blimp, Minilamp, Ghost). Lunar and Solar Eclipse lights added the element of reflection, using colour-changing LED light reflecting into a semi-mirrored sphere for a totally new effect. Babushka and Poplight were added to the range and were followed by Blob & Flow, Jelly & Bump Lantern, to name just a few. Enjoy the gallery below ...

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Welcome to www.britishinvention.com, a website dedicated to vintage lava lamps from Mathmos, the inventors of the lava lamp. www.britishinvention.com displays a wide range of lava, glitter, fibre optic and motion lamps from the past and today, to acts as a mini museum reference for those who wish to learn more about these wonderful kinetic lamps. www.britishinvention.com displays a wide range of lava lamp designs from their introduction in 1963 to the present day and we love Mathmos, the people who invented the lava lamp.