Interactive Ferrofluid Lava Lamp
This Interactive Ferrofluid Lava Lamp has NASA-derived nanotechnology inside. The 'lava' is made of a magnetic fluid called ferrofluid. Like an ordinary lava lamp, the dark fluid will form blobs that rise and fall on their own by simply turning on the light in the base. Unlike an ordinary lava lamp, you can now interact with the 'lava' with ordinary magnets.
The ferrofluid can be pushed and pulled with a magnet, thanks to the iron content inside it. It forms geometric patterns and spikes in the presence of a magnetic field. The ferrofluid rises and falls on its own when the lamp is turned on, or moves they way you want with the individual magnets, for an innovative, interactive display that makes a great conversation piece on any desk or bedside table.
Iron, Glass, Ferrofluid
5"L x 5"W x 15"H
- OriginUnited States
— Warranty: 30 Days
— Includes Neodymium Magnet Wand And 4 Ceramic Magnets
— Patented Technology You Will Find Nowhere Else
— 15 Inches Tall
— 450 ML Of Volume
— 15 ML Of Mind Bending Ferrofluid Inside
— Assembled In The USA
Yes, it lights up.What is the black ferrofluid floating in?
Its a specially formulated proprietary blend.Are you sure the clear tube is made of iron?
The base is made of iron. The tube is made of glass.
About the Designer
Kyle Haines is a scientist in the lab, but a kid at heart. He's the true innovator in the world of ferrofluid. The first to make colored ferrofluid and now the first to make a ferrofluid motion lamp. He has a degree in nanotechnology and left his job in the semiconductor industry to pursue his odd obsession with ferrofluid. He made his public debut on kickstarter and raised over $88K. Kyle has had engineers and businessmen fly all the way from Japan to shake his hand and ask him how he did it. But some things are best left to the imagination.
Shipping Availability— Canada, USA
Shipping PolicyStandard Ground Shipping
Ships In5-7 weeks ⓘ
Return PolicyFinal sale, not eligible for return