Jellyfish Lampquarium from Wild Creations

Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide: Day 1

I just found the coolest tween gift ever for the holiday season, something that is the perfect gift for that kid on your list that has everything.  Well, everything but their very own jellyfish, that is. 

5099780191_f2c6e348fc What parent doesn’t want their kid to have their own jellyfish?  What… no takers?  What about if I told you that these jellyfish don’t sting, don’t need to be fed, and are mess-free?  Admit it, you want to own jellyfish now, don’t you?

Well, look no further than Wild Creations, the company that brought you those cool African Dwarf Frogs that everyone, including me, is raving about.  Now they are busy making science cool again with an awesome list of gifts for the holiday season, especially for the hardest to buy for ages. 

First on my list of must-have items is the Jellyfish Lampquarium from the National History Museum.  The idea behind it is similar to the lava lamps we used to love as kids, but oh, so much cooler.  They both may have inter-changing colored lights but instead of bubbling liquids, the Jellyfish Lampquarium has three silicon jellyfish that glide and dart around the sealed lampquarium. 

Surprisingly life-like in a hypnotic way, and incredibly fun to watch, the jellyfish “swim” around the tank illuminated by the changing colors.  While they are technically marketed towards children, they really are cool no matter what your age.  For those of you who are shaking their heads wondering why a grown woman is so excited about fake jellyfish, you really must see to believe. 

Even though they are made of silicon it’s easy to pretend they are real live pets.  Pets that require zero care and upkeep and can fit in the tiniest of rooms, apartments, or even in your office to add a little life to your workspace.  They are fun to watch and amazingly relaxing, making them great nightlights, mood lights, or perfect as an accent piece.  

Beside being super cool, they are also super easy to set up.  Simply fill the Lampquarium to the top with plain tap water, add a few drops of dishwashing liquid to the water and place the Jellyfish into the Lampquarium.  Then, sit back and watch the Jellyfish gracefully dance around the tank for up to four hours before it will automatically turn itself off.

Even if Jellyfish aren’t your thing, Wild Creations has some seriously cool (and even educational) gifts for all ages.  So go check out their awesome lineup of toys and gifts for 2010 and make someone’s day this holiday season! 

You can purchase the Jellyfish Lampquarium for $39.99 at Wild Creations

And Now For the Giveaway! 
To Enter: Simply visit Wild Creations and tell me what new product introduced for fall 2010 that you would love to win {mandatory for entry}

And, as always, there are extra entries available!

1) Subscribe to Rave and Review, top of right sidebar (2 extra entries, must be verified to count)

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4) Tweet about this Giveaway using @raveandreview with the link to this post ( after following (daily Tweet, just post link here)

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On November 30 at 11:59pm PST a winner will be drawn, announced here and notified via email.  Winner will have 48 hours to contact me or a new winner will be chosen.  Giveaway open to US addresses only, please.

Winner, winner!  This giveaway is now closed.  Thank you to all who entered and congrats to: #261 Schnitzomage said… wall comment

Leanne Signature 2 A huge thank you to Wild Creations for sending us their Jellyfish Lampquarium for review and for offering a giveaway to our fabulous readers.  All opinions are 100% ours and no type of monetary compensation was received for this Rave Review.

419 thoughts on “Jellyfish Lampquarium from Wild Creations”

  1. the Crystal Growing Trees are beautiful… but the jellyfish are totally mesmerizing… I’m sticking to the jellies ☺
    tawndam at

  2. I would love the Jellyfish Lampquarium for my nephew! He is so into aquatic creatures and this would look awesome in his room.

  3. I think the RC Rattlesnake would be fun–and creepy! I can’t tell which items are new for Fall 2010(?)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. would get Jellyfish Lampquarium – been staring at it for a month now. Girls would love it (but so would mommy)
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  5. My daughter would love the “Activity Kit Fluorescence”
    which is new for the Fall 2010
    abfantom at yahoo dot com

  6. The Jellyfish Lampaquarium would be a great replacement for my families former Lava Lamp.
    Hope to win!

  7. MANDATORY ENTRY: I really like the “Heli-Car.” This would be the PERFECT Christmas gift for my husband. Of course, MY FAVORITE Wild Creations product is the Pocket Microscope. If I win, I am either buying the microscope OR just MAYBE the Heli-Car for the hubby???!!!
    [email protected]

  8. I like the giant retro space hopper although the jellyfish lampquarium sounds really intresting too!
    lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  9. if i am picking a prize id love to win the jelly fish lampaquarium but if im just supposed to say a different item i like i also like the mega

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