“Magic Plasma Wand”

“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”
“Magic Plasma Wand”

“Magic Plasma Wand”

Regular price $22.99 USD + $7.50 Shipping
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M.S.
Great purchase

Great addition to the plasma globe and well worth the price!

R
R.H.
A Must-Have for Anyone with a Plasma Globe

These glass wands add further discovery options when exploring the dynamics of a plasma globe. It puts the light in your hand, not just inside the globe with lots of interactions with both the globe and your hands. As long glass objects go, they are also very sturdy wands so you can play with them gently without needing to be absolutely paranoid. I bought all thre styles with no regret. I love them.

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D.F.
Very nice

I love it and the quality is good... the colouration is excellent

R
R.Z.
Absolutely Stunning

My first order arrived SHATTERED due to poor handling by UPS.
I immediately notified the folks at Aurora who flew into action within 60 minutes had shipped out a replacement no questions asked.
When my replacement finally arrived, I was NOT disappointed.
The wand is absolutely stunning to look at and gives me a thrill showing it to others who visit. I thoroughly enjoy conversing with the folks at Aurora via DM and cannot wait to own one of their master pieces for my new man cave.
With top notch customer service, reasonable pricing, and the highest quality goods you will not go wrong making a purchase through Aurora. Thank you, Aurora for everything.

M
M.L.
Cool add on

This was in my daughter's stocking and it comes out every time she talks to her friends online.

M
M.L.
A Great Accessory

I ordered one of each type and they do not disappoint! The 'Orb' is by far the brightest followed by the 'Lava Flow' and finally the 'Supercell,' but the Supercell is the most colorful being both brilliant white and orange at times. The pearl wands are also half filled with pearls so you can see both the hollow tube and their effect on the plasma.

The only niggling qualm I have is of course the glass on glass nature that I quenched by putting some plastic wrap on the ends and center.

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D.T.
Awesome magic plasma wand.

These magic plasma wands are an excellent way to bring out the full potential of your plasma ball. They are amazing and a lot of fun.
And they are very reasonably price something you won’t find anywhere else.

J
J.
Love the wands!!!

So cool! I purchased the plasma orb and a plasma pearl wand. Both work great. Perfect additions to my collection of globes. You can't go wrong with any product from Aurora Plasma Design!

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New for December 2020! “Magic Plasma Wands”

Plasma globes are filled with dazzling effects, but most people don’t realize there is a lot of invisible but safe energy emanating well beyond the globe’s interior. We are very excited to be introducing our inexpensive “Magic Plasma Wands” that can reveal the unseen.

Note: Typical consumer plasma globes have less power than Aurora Plasma Design globes, and as such may not generate enough of an electrical field to illuminate these wands. We can only guarantee that our wands will work with globes sold by us. 

Magic “Plasma Orb” Wand

The Magic “Plasma Orb” Wand is 16 inches long and capped by a ping pong ball sized bubble. The tough borosilicate glass is filled with pure neon gas whose effect is best described by its co-discoverer Morris Travers in 1894. ”The blaze of crimson light from the tube told its own story, and it was a sight to dwell upon and never to forget...for nothing in the world gave a glow such as we had seen.” This amazing phenomenon is now available through the use of your Aurora Plasma Design globe and a Magic “Plasma Orb” Wand.

Through the principle of induction, the wand will respond to the electrical fields of both the “Museum Series” and “Junior Series” globes, giving off an intense reddish-orange glow that varies in intensity and saturation as you handle the wand. Our 15-inch globes can activate the wands when they are still several inches from the globe, while the 8-inch globes may require that you touch the wand to the globe to get the gas to ignite. From here it is up to you to create many different effects!

Magic “Plasma Pearl” Wands

The Magic “Plasma Pearl” Wands behave in much the same way as the Magic “Plasma Orb” Wand, but have the added feature of rolling glass beads that reposition themselves as the wand is moved around. The glass beads interact with the gasses inside the wand, forcing the plasma current to wind and twist between the crevasses. If you turn the wand around as it is illuminated, the beads will also catch the light of the plasma stream and sparkle like fireflies.

The “Plasma Pearl” wands come in two different colors due to the different gases used to fill them. Your choice of which color is best in your situation will depend on the particular color of the globe you own. We suggest that a contrasting color is more striking, but this is a personal preference matter.

Moving the wand towards the globe will light up the wand and create bright pathways of plasma streamers through the glass beads. Rotating the wand with your fingers also shifts the glass beads and the path of the plasma. The effects will follow your fingers as they move up and down the shaft. The video shows but a small portion of the endless effects that can be created.

Because of the added electrical resistance of the glass beads, the “Plasma Pearl” wands are slightly harder to illuminate than the “Plasma Orb” wand. With our “Junior Series” globes, you may need to touch the wand to the glass initially to get the plasma to ignite. Similarly, with our “Museum Series” globes, you will need to bring the wand closer to the globe before it will ignite. You will also find that the “Plasma Pearl” wand is easier to ignite if the empty part of the wand is closest to your globe. You can then “draw” the plasma down through the beads with your fingers.

Important Plasma Wand Warnings

All of our globes and wands are made from very strong borosilicate glass, but even so, glass is glass, and thus they are not unbreakable. Our large professional globes are made from very thick glass and it is very unlikely that you could break the glass with a wand, but you can scratch it. Care should be taken when the two glass objects are touching each other. If you do touch the two together, make sure to do so gently.

The Magic Wands are made from thicker glass than the “Junior Series” globes and we expect that the globe would be the first to break in a sharp collision between the two. Please keep in mind that even though our “Junior Series” globes may find their way into the hands of younger plasma art enthusiasts, they are not toys! Children do not have the same coordination and motor skills as adults, and can possibly damage the wands and globes with their unbridled enthusiasm. The results of breakage pose no greater danger than that from a dropped glass of milk, but adult supervision is strongly advised to prevent any accidents from happening.