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This beautiful curved water wall has many different colours of lighting, to create many different effects for all your moods. From relaxing blues to vibrant reds and purples, this water wall is bound to bring excitement and brightness to your home. There's nothing better than a bubble wall.
Stainless steel does not rust, which makes it an excellent choice for water features. As it will constantly be in contact with the water, it is important that the shiny surface remains looking beautiful, no matter how long you keep the bubble wall on.
The acrylic containment for the bubble wall is strong and sturdy; practically unbreakable. Unlike glass, there is not the worry of the container smashing, throwing water all over your floor. Acrylic is secure and safe when used in water features, as the temperature of the water does not affect the acrylic as it would with glass.
This fountain comes with everything needed to get it started. With its own cable, self-contained reservoir, and a low voltage pump, this fountain is complete, with no effort or fuss from you. The mains power on this water feature has a 1.5m cable, which means that it can be easily placed anywhere you need. The built-in reservoir means it can easily be used indoors; simply put the wall panel and base together, place it wherever you please, and begin enjoying your purchase.
This beautiful bubble wall comes with a remote to change the colour of the lights inside the bubble wall. With an option of fifteen different colours, along with lighting effects, you can set your bubble wall to suit any mood or situation. Fascinating colours and effects will make this bubble wall a perfect highlight for your home.
"Very impressive water feature"
Reviewed Sunday, 10 June 2018
"Thankyou once again for delivery as discussed
Thanks once again primrose ?
1 happy customer."
Reviewed Friday, 13 February 2015
Reviewed Tuesday, 27 January 2015