Stunning, Museum-Quality Plasma Globes

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Plasma Globes:
Capturing Lightning in a Bottle

For many years, Museums across the world have featured huge Plasma Globes to explain the principles of electricity, amazing visitors with their glowing spectacles of multicolored lightning. These beautiful, ever-changing light sculptures can reach 36 inches in diameter and cost upwards of $25,000!

Before we started out, plasma globes like this were not available to the average consumer. To fill this void, we decided to design Large-Diameter Plasma Globes which approach the size and visual impact of those found in science museums. At 22 inches tall and 15 inches in diameter, our globes are nearly twice the size of the largest mass-market globes available.

Exciting & Unique Plasma Effects

Plasma globes are filled with rare gases, which react with electricity from the central electrode to produce “plasma lightning,” which emanates outward in tendrils of red, pink, violet, or other colors, depending on the mix of gases inside.

When you place your hand on the glass, the lightning focuses on your hand to produce a concentrated stream of colored plasma. By using the power control on the globe, you can change the effect from a subtle light dance to a full blown galactic sun-storm! These effects are bright enough to be seen in a lighted room, and are spectacular in a darkened room.

One of a Kind

All of our Museum-Sized Plasma Globes are part of small, limited-edition series. Each globe is imprinted with a unique, numbered plaque on the back of the base, showing the series number, the number of globes in that series, and the globe number.

Make no mistake, the small mass-market globes you see in gift shops and elsewhere online hold no comparison to our products. If you enjoy owning limited-supply, exclusive items which very few people have seen, then our Museum-Size Plasma Globes are a must have!

Laboratory-Strength Glass

Our plasma globes are made from temperature-hardened, laboratory-strength blown glass. The glass is very thick, varying between 1/8" to 3/16" in thickness. Because glass is porous, cheaper globes with thinner glass have issues with the the rare gasses slowly escaping through the glass over time. The glass in our globes is several times as thick as what you find in a regular consumer globe, ensuring that the gasses remain in the globe for many, many years.

Note: Because the glass is hand blown, it is normal for it to have some imperfections. Upon close inspection, you may find small bubbles in the glass or minor scuffs. These imperfections will be completely invisible under normal operating conditions (i.e.- a darkened room).

Don’t take our word for it...Here’s what our customers have to say:


Absolutely fantastic product! This is better than the one at the local museum. The quality of the globe is outstanding, second only to the magnificent display of the plasma.

Zach J.

When I opened the box I was in shock as to the size and quality! My husband was shocked as well! We tell everyone about it and where I found it. Definitely the purchase of the year!

Cyndi T.

I can tell you the globe is as incredible as they say it is. The colours are amazing. It’s almost hypnotizing. Definitely worth the purchase and we will likely be buying another one!

Kelly G.

Introducing the All-New
“Continuum Series”

The Ultimate Plasma Globe

✨ Using your Globe in a Bright Room ✨

The best way to display your plasma globe is in a darkened room, but that’s not your only option! With the help of a dark background, your globe can also be viewed in a bright environment like a science lab or an office lobby. The video below shows our globes under various lighting conditions.