This self-contained cascading rock water feature is a simply stunning piece that has been wonderfully crafted and designed to look and feel almost exactly like a natural formation of sedimentary rock. A real authentic and innovative feature that is sure to be a wonderful spectacle when illuminated during the evening or at night, making it a perfect focal point for any garden setting.
This great water feature that has been cleverly disguised to appear as rock is actually made from high quality polyresin material, which is far lighter and more practical than rock. It has been meticulously moulded with great precision to form a realistic design that will definitely draw admiring glances. Combining classic looks and modern manufacturing techniques, the polyresin material used is both frost and UV resistant, making this fountain ideal for use all year round. Three ultra-bright white LED lights not only illuminate the water feature, but also enhance and transform the water itself as it gently cascades from tier to tier. Enjoy relaxing to the sound of water gently trickling through this feature, adding a real sense of tranquillity to any setting in which it is placed.
Height: 54cm (21¼ins) x Width: 37cm (14½ins) x Depth: 31cm (12¼ins)Weight: 7kg Pump with 10m (33') cable included
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Reviewed Tuesday, 19 June 2018
Reviewed Tuesday, 8 May 2018
"Good service, can't fault"
Reviewed Monday, 30 April 2018
"Product good and arrived as advertised"
Reviewed Monday, 2 October 2017
"Quality looking piece. Looking lovely especially in the evening"
Reviewed Wednesday, 5 July 2017
"Very realistic , pleased with it."
Reviewed Saturday, 11 March 2017
"Super looking water feature and very easy to fit."
Reviewed Monday, 15 August 2016
"Very pleased overall as i wanted a water feature for a small rockery and this item looks great in it's place"
Reviewed Monday, 2 May 2016
"The article is good, but the instructions are confusing."
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 November 2015
Reviewed Tuesday, 18 November 2014