Update #3 [12/8]: Back in stock at Home Depot, and the price has gone up to $23 at Amazon.

Update #2 [12/7]: Home Depot is out of stock.

Update: Amazon has price matched.

Home Depot has the WBM Himalayan 1002 Ionic Crystal Natural Salt Lamp (7 to 11 lbs.) for $12 with free ship-to-store or $7 shipping to home. Approximately 8" tall x 4" wide. Includes a 15W bulb and works as an air purifier by emitting negative ions into the air.

You can also pretend they are one of the lost Sankara stones.
$23 Retail: $27

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    benben Ben's cred: 145
    Posted 6:59 am PST 12/5/14

    A few things:
    a) these lamps do not "emit negative ions". This is nonsense. It's a lump of real salt. Salt does not evaporate at any significant rate.

    b) These look pretty nice, I own a few.

    c) LED bulbs won't work well with this due to a different light emission spectrum. It won't be same warm color.

    d) Never put these even in moderately damp conditions. They will attract moisture and start melting. Can be a problem.

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    ken2400 Ben's cred: 17
    Posted 7:30 am PST 12/5/14

    I make me laugh every time I see this. I know four people with it and one converted there to LED.

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    mikegrmi Ben's cred: 379
    Posted 7:47 am PST 12/5/14

    I think my dog would lick this down to the bulb.

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    LJW Ben's cred: 270
    Posted 7:48 am PST 12/5/14

    But it's a lump of salt from the Himalayas! Obviously it does have magic powers!

    And, Ken2400: THEIRS. Please. You should have mastered the difference between there, they're and their in 3rd grade.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 312
    Posted 8:01 am PST 12/5/14

    #4, please no word policing around here. Many of us drink heavily while cruising this board. The alcohol often gets the better of them. I bet your 3rd graders couldn't even find the keyboard if they drank as much as #2 did before he typed that...

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    ClarkGryphyn Ben's cred: 26
    Posted 9:44 am PST 12/5/14

    Its heard to see the keyboard with all the negetive ions floating around in heer!

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    zombie Ben's cred: 122
    Posted 11:47 am PST 12/5/14

    Don't believe all the hype. Putting this in your bathtub is not the same kind of high as "bath salts".

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    only1Booda Ben's cred: 55
    Posted 7:57 pm PST 12/5/14

    another useless fad

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    falcon Ben's cred: 30
    Posted 2:14 am PST 12/6/14

    Positive ions and ya bacon

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    RKLE Ben's cred: 951
    Posted 5:36 am PST 12/6/14

    Owned one for several years and never saw a bit of difference.

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    rosiesbar Ben's cred: 68
    Posted 9:13 am PST 12/6/14

    LJW wrote:
    But it's a lump of salt from the Himalayas! Obviously it does have magic powers! And, Ken2400: THEIRS. Please. You should have mastered the difference between there, they're and their in 3rd grade.


    H0ly Cr@p... I guess Troll's can be English Teachers as well. Must be a Lord of the Rings thing. Not sure if i formed a proper sentance on this here though.

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    parkker Ben's cred: 37
    Posted 10:06 am PST 12/6/14

    Dont really know about the whole therapeutic claim but my friend has one of these and it is just a nice lamp to have around for atmosphere. Soothing soft glow.

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    benben Ben's cred: 145
    Posted 5:09 pm PST 12/6/14

    zombie wrote:
    Don't believe all the hype. Putting this in your bathtub is not the same kind of high as "bath salts".


    It depends on the lamp still being electrified.

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    Solow Ben's cred: 653
    Posted 7:08 am PST 12/7/14

    Weren't there reports of them being fire hazards?

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    BenKat Ben's cred: 537
    Posted 1:11 pm PST 12/7/14

    Number four. Go post on fatbacon. You seem like there crowd.

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    gatzj Ben's cred: 105
    Posted 1:32 pm PST 12/7/14

    i emit negative ions after eating at taco bell

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    Attikai Ben's cred: 98
    Posted 9:04 am PST 12/9/14

    only1Booda wrote:
    another useless fad


    I don't know, I think lamps may be here to stay.

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