NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY (if ordered by 2pm Mon & Tue and by 3pm Wed- Fri).
Why Solar Power?
Solar powered water features allow you to enjoy all the benefits of a water feature without the need for a mains power supply.
This charming water feature will create a lovely centrepiece and add to the natural beauty of your garden or patio. Enjoy the relaxing sound of running water as a continuous flow pours out from the doves's beak and falls down into the pool below. Made using long-lasting ceramic which means you can enjoy the tranquil atmosphere this water feature creates for many years to come.
Thanks to Mrs D for this photo of the water feature in her flower bed.
"Good service would use again"
Reviewed Sunday, 23 July 2017
"See above nothing to add to previous review"
Reviewed Sunday, 2 July 2017
"First item arrived broken, but Primrose were very quick to despatch a replacement"
Reviewed Wednesday, 5 April 2017
"I love it, almost as much as my cat. She drinks from it daily and sleeps at the side of it as she likes the noise of the water. It looks very classy and much more expensive than it was. Love it, love it."
Reviewed Monday, 12 September 2016
"Ordered 2 products - one on line and one by phone. Both arrived very promptly; were just as described and we were very pleased with the service overall. The lady on the phone was very helpful."
Reviewed Saturday, 6 August 2016
"excellent product easy to assemble and works a treat in my mothers garden"
Reviewed Saturday, 2 July 2016
"It's good but only works when sunny does not hold a charge but great when it's works on full sunny days."
Reviewed Tuesday, 9 June 2015
Reviewed Tuesday, 13 January 2015
"Pretty good product. Works well"
Reviewed Monday, 29 December 2014
"A very stylish item with a shiny finish so it will be easy to clean. The solar panel has a long lead so it can be positioned where there is most sun. It is now the height of summer so it works most of the day.
There is no back up battery so you are dependent on direct sunlight but I think part of the appeal is that it goes on and off as clouds go over the sun."
Reviewed Tuesday, 29 July 2014