This lovely, authentic-looking Anya Buddha Solar Water Feature will make a wonderful addition to your garden. Watch the water calmly flow through the Buddha’s hands, slowly cascading down the front of his robe into the delightful flower reservoir below, adding a sense of tranquillity to your surroundings.
Crafted from high quality polyresin, this lovely Buddha with an antique, bronze-effect finish is lightweight, durable, long-lasting, and is guaranteed to make a wonderful display during the day when receiving direct sunlight or simply as a stunning statue. Combining classic looks and modern manufacturing techniques, polyresin is both frost and UV resistant helping this water feature to withstand the elements. This feature is entirely self-contained including the pump and internal reservoir.
Why Solar Power?
Solar powered water features allow you to enjoy all the benefits of a water feature without the need for mains power.
Thanks to Chris for this photo of the Anya water feature in her garden, complete with ladybird!
"Love my buddha. Only small am but beautiful x delivered on time as well."
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 October 2018
"Just the right size to fit in my tranquil corner where it’s sunny most of the day! Works beautifully without any connection to electricity!"
Reviewed Monday, 1 October 2018
"Bought as gift and they really love it .Looks great in garden ."
Reviewed Sunday, 2 September 2018
"Better than expected. Works well on my little balcony."
Reviewed Wednesday, 23 May 2018
"Looks great in our Buddha corner display."
Reviewed Monday, 28 August 2017
"Very cool garden ornament. Just right sitting among my potted plants on my small terrace."
Reviewed Tuesday, 25 July 2017
Reviewed Tuesday, 8 November 2016
"Would be useful to know that there is high water evaporation from this water feature and therefore need to top up very regularly"
Reviewed Sunday, 22 May 2016
"They loved the Buddha thank you"
Reviewed Thursday, 18 February 2016
"Haven't had a great deal of sunshine since I ordered it but I'm a bit disappointed that I have a trickle of water which is pretty, but so far, no fountain."
Reviewed Sunday, 13 September 2015