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For a chic addition to your outdoor space then look no further than this contemporary water wall with LED lights. The stylish combination of both zinc and brick stone makes this water feature not only unique but also a durable and long lasting addition to your outdoor space.
The unique feature of water cascading down a stunning brick stone wall will bring some classic style to your garden, perfectly complementing the nature of your outdoor space.
This water feature will be brought to life at both day and night. Enjoy this water feature even after dusk falls thanks to the LED lights that will gently illuminate the water as it falls down the wall.
The diffuser sponge included ensures that the water flow is even across the entire width of the water feature. This will create a beautiful soothing aesthetic to admire as the water elegantly falls in an even sheet.
The brick stone wall is beautifully complemented by the zinc reservoir base which gives this water feature a stylish finish whilst making installation quick and easy as you will not need to purchase an additional reservoir, meaning that you can place this on both grass and your patio.
Developed Exclusively for Primrose. As the name implies, this new generation water feature cleaner 'Fountain Safe' will help you to effortlessly maintain the lustre of your shiny new water feature whilst ensuring that the safety of your children and pets is not compromised.
Developed Exclusively for Ambienté Aquatics. As the name implies this new generation water feature additive 'Fountain Safe' will help you to effortlessly protect your shiny new water feature from troublesome algae build up whilst ensuring that the safety of your children and pets is not compromised.
"great little water feature, really soothing trickle of water ,really bright LED light but no option to turn light off in the daytime"
Reviewed Tuesday, 17 July 2018
"Item appears to be of a good quality at a reasonable price"
Reviewed Saturday, 24 June 2017