www.glowoflava.com | Mathmos Jetstream Please see slide below.

Mathmos' Jetstream offered the chance to radically refresh the Mathmos Jet with a completely new shape. Seen below in the White version, Jetstream was originally offered in Silver and White finishes and is extremely simple to install.

Simply remove the cap on the top of the Mathmos Jet and slide on Jetstream for a great new effect. This design created a totally new look for the Mathmos Jet product. Jetstream's design offers a window like design allowing one to look into the lava lamp and appreciate the motion of the classic Jet lamp.

www.glowoflava.com | Mathmos Fireflow | Innovative Candle Powered Lava Lamps Please see slide below.

2009 saw the introduction of Mathmos' Fireflow, innovative candle powered lava lamp designs that are powered on just a mere tealight candle. Fireflow from Mathmos was presented in two designs R1, a rocket shaped design and O1 a tubular modern glass and metal design. Fireflow uses the smallest Mathmos lava lamp bottle to date and offer a beautiful small designs to create cordless, tea light powered lava lamps.

www.glowoflava.com | Mathmos New Colours | Clear & Pink | Clear & Turquoise | Clear & Black Please see slide below.

2009 saw the introduction of Mathmos' Fireflow, innovative candle powered lava lamp designs that were on a mere tea light candle. Fireflow featured new colour combinations such as Clear & Pink and Clear & Turquoise, of which these two colours were also offered in Astro Baby Bottles and also Astro bottles.

Mathmos Smart Astro Please see slide below.

Smart Astro was launched by Mathmos in late 2010. Presented as a revolution of the original Astro Lava Lamp, invented by Mathmos in 1963. Smart Astro looks to the futrue by removing the bulb and replacing it with colour phasing LEDs and a dedicated heating plate to create a new design for the future. Smart Astro also allows the lamp's wax to magically change colour with the colour phasing LEDs below.

Mathmos LED Lights & Mathmos Mobiles | Mathmos Mobiles Bubble, Tumbler & Aduki Please see slide below.

In the year 2000, Mathmos introduced a new range of lighting, unlike anything the world had ever seen before, utilsing LED technology and waving goodbye to the use of bulbs. The first product of this class was Bubble, designed by Aaron Rincover. Bubble changed Mathmos, in turn creating a wave of future lighting technologies and created a whole new category of products at Mathmos.

Bubble is a soft, tactile light that can simply be squeezed to switch it on and off, removing the need for traditional switches. Bubble was the very first Mathmos Mobile, which allows Bubble to operate cordlessly indoors and outdoors. Bubble can be seen below with an accessory named Bubble Nest, that provided a home for the Mathmos bubble, creating a pool of light inside when the Bubble is placed within. Bubble Nest was also wall mountable. Bubble was followed by Tumbler, an interactive glass rectangular light, that would change via its orientation.

Tumbler was then followed by the wildly popular Aduki Mathmos Mobile. Mathmos' Aduki is a portable teardrop shaped light that features Mathmos' signature colour changing technology and the ability to be paused on a colour. Mathmos Aduki can be hung via the included string and using the smiley face on the reverse of Aduki. In the later 2000s, Mathmos introduced a version of Aduki with a mirrored finished top, named Aduki Ni. Bubble, Tumber and Aduki are all Mathmos Mobiles and can be charged up just like a mobile phone and then used cordlessly. Below one can see a range of Mathmos LED lights released over the years.

Mathmos Aduki Please see slide below.

Mathmos Soflight | Minilamp | Ghost | Blimp Please see slide below.

In the 2000s, Mathmos developed a range of Softlights, mains powered LED colour changing lights. Designs such as Minilamp, Ghost and Blimp became very popular. Minilamp looks like a mini lamp but unlike traditionallamps, this one changes colour via smooth rainbow colour phazing, tripping you out. Each of the wonderful Softlights from Mathmos were manufactured from glass and feature Mathmos' soft pressing technology to simply press down to switch on and off. Mathmos also released a larger version of the Blimp named: Big Blimp. Big Blimp also allowed the user to wall mount the Big Blimp and to pause on a specific colour.

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