A volcano erupts with 100 globules of "lava"
The base and cap are made of black plastic
Switches on the bottom of the lamp allow it to be turned on and off
The device is powered by three AAA batteries (not included).
Questions & Answers
Is there a round cord or adapter that would work?
Capabilities differ from one another.
This is something I recently bought. The program does not work for me. New batteries were put in, but nothing happened. Would you like to offer any suggestions?
Is it a new set of The device would not work with a battery that had even a slight amount of use.
What color does it always change to or can you set it to a particular ?
There is only one color in the picture, and that is red. The lava is barely blown out by it.
Is there a reason the light does not ?
The light on our lamp works, but none of the bubbles bubble up or move. A static light is all it is.
Selected User Reviews For Lava 7103 10-Inch Mini Volcano Lamp, White, Orange and red
Trying to resolve a problem
It would be nice if it worked, but I doubt it. Only a few bits of light are visible. There must be a reason for it being The screw that holds the batteries in place won't come out. So, I got a power cord. The light should be much brighter with this cord. EVEN IF THERE WERE, THERE WOULD BE NO MOVEMENT. This has been on for at least 3 hours now, so I thought it might need to warm up first. A scratch appears on the surface as well. The reboxed item appears to have been sold to someone else by Amazon instead of being reboxed by them Though I would like to replace it myself, I do not feel comfortable doing so. There's nothing I can do about Amazon's current actions as they act as though everyone wants Jeff's pocket change. I hope the company that made it will see this and help, but if they don't I will definitely update this review once they do. So, if they do the right thing and do it well enough Despite Amazon's insistence that I will never give them credit, I will ALWAYS do so. Spending over $1200 is not unusual for me. I have spent over $1000 in the last week on Amazon, so to think I would like to cheat them out of $14 is ridiculous. It's absurd to charge 99 dollars for such a small lamp, although I might check out some of their other lamps, they're really pretty, and I'm not sure I want to risk it. NOTE TO SELLER The Amazon site is losing your business and return customers, so we need you to find a new site. It is not appropriate for me to list the products of my company Here is where I sell my handmade products & crafts Amazon's terrible new practices mean too much to me for me to want to get involved with my customers. Those of you who read my chapter, thank you very much. As soon as I am able, I will update.
| Jun 29, 2021
We have money. As I understand, around 10 dollars gets you a lava lamp. However, I think at least a fully functional one is required. At first, I didn't notice that it didn't come with a DC 5v Adapter, so I fumbled around for some adapters that I could find, only to discover that it didn't There was a brief moment when the lights popped on and then they went out. However, I have not given up, maybe I will be able to make it I tried on the glasses with 3 AA batteries and they were in fact working. Unfortunately, there were no lights this time as well. Depending on how the algorithm is applied, it probably There was just a problem.
| Mar 18, 2021
An easy way to light up at night
In short, nbsp My son has asked me to buy the same item twice. On my first attempt, I messed up. Being able to use batteries and not need an outlet is convenient, since you can move from place to place. For any child who enjoys volcanoes, this would be an ideal gift.
| Jul 26, 2020
The entire experience was a waste of time and When we received the first one we received, it only had half the water and the packaging was soaked
I We noticed that the replacement was covered in moisture, and that it had begun defrosting (it was a Christmas gift, so we guessed it had been frozen during shipping). We had to put in rechargeable batteries after it quickly defrosted, as the batteries were quickly consumed. Once it thawed, however, it appeared to be normal and worked, though it was never particularly impressive. In four months, we find the following In the battery compartment, the water slowly evaporated, causing the 3 expensive rechargeable batteries to fail completely, and we were unable to use the lava lamp. Most of the water was gone, and we suspect it slowly leaking into the battery compartment where it absorbed the water. It would be a waste of money and frustration for you to purchase this.
| Oct 02, 2020
Power is supplied by a 5 volt port, as well as three AA batteries. I was not able to implement it from the start. There was no power to it at all. Disappointment is such a strong word. Seeing the look on my child's face when he discovered that it didn't work ignited in me an emotion that usually only appears when I am in a.
| Aug 09, 2020
There is lava on the floor! Using three AA batteries, it's a small, inexpensive plastic device that you'll need to replace every few days if you leave it running continuously
In my son's opinion, it's the best to put some rechargeables in If you need an AC adapter, you can buy one. As it essentially functions as a water pump, it produces what sounds like a very quiet white noise.
| Jul 11, 2020
I was surprised by the lack of any lava flow
Despite the light coming on but no action happening, the little drops just hover at the bottom of the reservoir.
| Aug 23, 2020
In general, it's a good lamp, but it kills batteries fast
My son especially adores it. It is the right size for a night stand and its convenient size makes it perfect for you It seems to be A cord should be attached to it.
| Feb 27, 2021