This charming water feature will add a sense of tranquility to your garden or conservatory. The soothing sound of water gently flowing down the tiers of the Belle Tout Lighthouse water feature will create an aura of relaxation. The cascade feature is solar powered and has a lovely traditional design that will enhance the beauty of your conservatory or garden.
This water feature is easy to install and will be a great addition to your garden. It comes with a solar panel, which converts energy from the sun into electricity to power the water feature, making it inexpensive to run. The feature is self-contained and can add a sense of relaxation to your garden.
Height 88.2cm (34.7") x Width 30.4cm (12") x Depth 35.3cm (13.9")Weight: 8.4kgSolar panel power: DC 12WCable Length: 3m (9' 10")
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!
"Not tried it yet"
Reviewed Monday, 13 March 2017
"Delighted with this solar water feature."
Reviewed Monday, 4 July 2016
"the water feature was everything I wanted and more - Brilliant thanks"
Reviewed Saturday, 15 March 2014
"The item is a christmas present so has not yet been used but looks fab"
Reviewed Monday, 12 November 2012
"Disappointed that the solar panel battery does not hold its charge so fountain only works with direct sunlight! No instructions included either. Nice enough to look at though."
Reviewed Saturday, 18 August 2012