SensoryMoon Product Guides

Bubble Tube Lamp

To operate the lamp:
  1. Remove the bubble lamp from the packaging and stand it upright in the desired location. Choose a location that minimizes risk of it being bumped into and tipping over.
  2. Fill it with approximately 2 gallons of distilled water until the max line.
  3. Gently insert the included fake fish into the water, and cover the top of the tube with the included cap.
  4. Plug in the included power adapter from a standard North American socket into the base of the lamp.
  5. Flick the switch at the base of the lamp to the "on" position. The lamp should immediately start bubbling and the LEDs should light up in the default color changing setting.
To operate the remote control:
  • The RF remote control comes with batteries standard. Simply remove the plastic separation tab sticking out of the remote, and select from the 16 solid color options or 4 color transition modes available. The lamp should immediately respond to any selections you make. You can also adjust the brightness, and turn the lamp on or off from the remote.
To get the fish to swim:
  • IMPORTANT: Some of the fish may not swim right away. This is because they have air bubbles inside them right out of the package which take some time to get out. You can get them acclimated to the water faster by occasionally poking them down now and then.

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Jellyfish Aquarium Lamp

To operate the lamp:
  1. Remove the jellyfish lamp from the packaging and place it upright on the desired location. Choose a location that minimizes risk of it being bumped into and tipping over.
  2. Remove the cap, and fill it with approximately 4 cups of distilled water until the max line.
  3. Gently insert the included fake jellyfish into the water, and cover the top of the tube with the cap.
  4. Plug in the included power adapter from a standard North American socket into the base of the lamp.
  5. The lamp should immediately turn on and the LEDs should light up in the default color changing setting.
To operate the remote control:
  • The RF remote control comes with batteries standard. Simply remove the plastic separation tab sticking out of the remote, and select from the 16 solid color options or 4 color transition modes available. The lamp should immediately respond to any selections you make. You can also adjust the brightness, and turn the lamp on or off from the remote.
To get the jellyfish to swim:
  • IMPORTANT: Most of the jellyfish will not swim right away. This is because they have air bubbles inside them right out of the package which take some time to get out. You can get them acclimated to the water faster by occasionally poking them down now and then, as well as manually removing any air bubbles you can see by submerging them under water and shaking/proding the air bubbles off.
  • CLEVER TIP: Using a very small amount of dish soap can change the properties of the water and get the jellyfish to swim much better! But make sure not to use more than half a drop, or else the water may get cloudy over time. A good idea would be to dab your finger slightly with some dish soap, rub it between your fingers, then manually applying it to the jellyfish while they are in the water. This should put just enough soap in the water and help free up the jellyfish tentacles so they can swim better.

Unboxing Video by Blake:


Plasma Ball Lamp

To operate the lamp:
  1. Remove the plasma lamp from the packaging and place it upright on the desired location. Choose a location that minimizes risk of it being bumped into and tipping over.
  2. Plug in the included power adapter from a standard North American socket into the base of the lamp.
  3. Flick the switch to the middle setting ("ON") to turn it on.
  4. The lamp should immediately turn on and react to touch!
To operate the audio mode:
  • Move the switch to the far right setting ("AUDIO") to put it on the sound-reactive mode. It should now appear to be turned off, but will flash "on" in response to sound or vibration detected at the base of the lamp. This is ideal to place on top of speakers and have the plasma ball react to audio!
BONUS guide:
  • Click the link here to get your free PDF "how it works" + important safety information guide! It includes a thorough explanation of the physics of plasma ball lamps, a brief history of its invention, and important safety information to review to ensure safe operation.

Unboxing Video by Blake:


Tornado Twister Lamp

To operate the lamp:
  1. Remove the tornado lamp from the packaging and place it upright on the desired location. Choose a location that minimizes risk of it being bumped into and tipping over.
  2. Remove the cap, and ensure the "tornado maker" part is attached inside the tube at the base. (It should be obvious if it came out during shipping - don't worry, this is completely normal. Just simply reattach it.)
  3. Fill the tube with approximately 4 cups of distilled water until the max line.
  4. Plug in the included power adapter from a standard North American socket into the base of the lamp.
  5. The lamp should slowly start producing a water vortex and the LEDs should light up in the default color changing setting.
To operate the remote control:
  • The RF remote control comes with batteries standard. Simply remove the plastic separation tab sticking out of the remote, and select from the 16 solid color options or 4 color transition modes available. The lamp should immediately respond to any selections you make. You can also adjust the brightness, and turn the lamp on or off from the remote.
BONUS tip:
  • Try ripping up small shards of aluminum foil and putting it in the swirling water tornado for a really cool effect! You can see that in action here. Make sure not to make the pieces too small or use glitter - this may clog up the motor.

Unboxing Video by Blake: