Something Different OB_84112 Salt lamp oil burner

The candle sits in the centre of the salt lamp, and above is a metal holder to place the glass in. Product Features A wonderful natural Himalayan salt lamp design oil burner. The candle sits in the centre of the salt lamp and above is a metal holder to place the glass in, to hold

The candle sits in the centre of the , and above is a metal to place the in.

Product Features

  • A wonderful natural Himalayan salt lamp design oil .
  • The candle sits in the centre of the salt lamp and above is a metal holder to place the glass in, to hold the fragrance oil.
  • Provides a warm glow from the candle when lit.
  • Approx. 16 cm tall.
  • Supplied boxed as pictured.
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Comments

Anonymous says:

Great until the glass smashed The oil burner had been used just a handful of times since arriving, with no faults, until the evening of 25th August. Unfortunately, and without warning, the glass dish that holds the oil suddenly smashed, causing hot oil to be sent over my surrounding furniture etc. Luckily nobody was close enough to be hit by the hot oil.I contacted the seller who promtly sent me two replacement glass dishes. After just four uses of one of the replacement glass dishes, fate repeated itself, and…

Anonymous says:

Five stars from me This came well packaged for its fragile contents. The salt block is bigger than I thought it would be but it sits nicely on the mantlepiece. Real glass dish for the water and oil. The hole for the tealight is a tight fit but it does take ordinary tealights. I used a pen to tap the candle down a bit. I’m happy with it. It will look great at night, a nice pink glow through the salt. It’s burning some cinnamon as I write this review. Even the glass dish is quite a size, so can take quite a bit of…

Anonymous says:

Essential Salty goodness I’m in love with my new salt lamp oil burner. You get 2 in 1 great things. What you see is what you get. Very easy to use. I do find it’s easier to tip the salt upside down in order to get the tealight out. I tend to put one tealight on top of an empty one to raise thr flame a bit. It looks lovely in my treatment room.

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