This lovely, authentic-looking Anya Buddha Solar Water Feature will make a wonderful addition to your garden. Watch the water calmly flow through the Buddha’s hands, slowly cascading down the front of his robe into the delightful flower reservoir below, adding a sense of tranquillity to your surroundings.
Crafted from high quality polyresin, this lovely Buddha with an antique, bronze-effect finish is lightweight, durable, long-lasting, and is guaranteed to make a wonderful display during the day or at night. Combining classic looks and modern manufacturing techniques, polyresin is both frost and UV resistant helping this water feature to withstand the elements. This feature is entirely self-contained including the pump and internal reservoir.
This battery powered water feature pump is vastly superior to either mains or solar powered pumps. It's not reliant on the fickle British weather, allowing you to enjoy your garden at its best all year round. You also don't need to spend time and effort digging trenches for wiring this pump to your mains power. Simply plug the battery pack into the mains and when it's fully charged replace it in your pond, and you won't have to do it again for up to a month!
Even using this incredibly practical pump is simple. It comes with a handy remote control which can be kept somewhere close at hand, in the conservatory or by your chair for example, so it's quick and easy to turn the pump on at the touch of a button, and you don't even have to get your hands wet!
Why Solar Power?
Solar powered water features allow you to enjoy all the benefits of a water feature without the need for mains power.
"Would be useful to know that there is high water evaporation from this water feature and therefore need to top up very regularly"
Reviewed Sunday, 22 May 2016
"They loved the Buddha thank you"
Reviewed Thursday, 18 February 2016
"Haven't had a great deal of sunshine since I ordered it but I'm a bit disappointed that I have a trickle of water which is pretty, but so far, no fountain."
Reviewed Sunday, 13 September 2015
"It looks really good - there is water flow even at low light levels - as it is destined for a house in Spain I'm sure it will be great."
Reviewed Wednesday, 13 May 2015
Reviewed Friday, 8 May 2015
"The solar panel doesn't provide enough energy to power the pump (just stops and starts all the time) oh and unless you live in the Sahara desert where sunlight is plentiful your just wasting your money, very disappointed."
Reviewed Tuesday, 21 April 2015
"Could not fault the service"
Reviewed Saturday, 28 March 2015
Reviewed Tuesday, 7 October 2014
"Love the water feature but solar panel does not store the energy from the sun so only works when the sun is actually on the panel which is very disappointing for me."
Reviewed Sunday, 14 September 2014
"Although it's visually pretty it only works when there is direct sunlight, which is a shame. Maybe it's next generation should have a battery as well. Other than that it does the job and looks the part."
Reviewed Wednesday, 3 September 2014