Instantly add interest to your pond with this floating solar powered lily fountain. It needs no complicated installation or wiring, simply place it on the surface of the water to bring movement and the relaxing sound of trickling water into your garden - without any running costs!
This attractive, environmentally friendly fountain will send a jet of water up to 50cms high on an average sunny summer's day, and provided the sun shines, will still work well during the winter but at a reduced capacity.
Using the 4 different nozzles provided you can achieve a range of different effects by changing the spray pattern and height to suit your pond.
Featuring the very latest solar powered technology, the fountain is powered by two integrated mono crystalline thin-film solar panels for ultimate efficiency.
Please also have a look at the remote control Solar Lily (Click here to view)
Product Specification:Diameter 36cm; Depth 10cm; Pump capacity 150 lph; Weight 1.5kg; Solar panel 1.3 watts; Operating voltage 6v DC
Winter operation notice: Expect performance to decline during winter months
"Fountain works well"
Reviewed Monday, 26 September 2016
"Solar water lily fountain works well and helps aerate the pond."
Reviewed Saturday, 27 August 2016
"Love this, it works perfectly, ideal for a very shallow pond"
Reviewed Monday, 1 August 2016
"Primrose were great but the delivery people left my parcel in the hedge at the front of my house!"
Reviewed Friday, 29 July 2016
"Works best in full sun and also keep filter clear for good water flow"
Reviewed Sunday, 17 July 2016
"Fully satisfied with the product"
Reviewed Tuesday, 28 June 2016
"Works exactly as I hoped it would. Small intermittent fountain on cloudy days, high fountain in full sun."
Reviewed Monday, 27 June 2016
"Extremely pleased with the Solar Lily Pad works perfectly even when no sunshine"
Reviewed Tuesday, 21 June 2016
"Very good fountain, very powerful and even works when no direct sunlight. Very pleased."
Reviewed Monday, 20 June 2016
"good product,works as it should"
Reviewed Thursday, 16 June 2016