This magnificent masterpiece of a water feature has been exquisitely crafted and designed to look and feel almost exactly like a natural formation of wooden logs. Watch the water as it traverses its way down through the tree hollow and into the illuminated pool below, creating a simply stunning spectacle. 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.
This water feature, cleverly disguised to appear as wood, is actually made from high quality polyresin material, which is both lighter and far more long-lasting than wood. It has been meticulously moulded to adopt the rough appearance and texture of natural wood, as though it has been shaped by the water over time.
Combining classic looks and modern manufacturing techniques, the polyresin material used is both frost and UV resistant, making this feature ideal for use all year round. Powerful, white LED lights that are 5 times more powerful than most standard water feature lighting not only illuminate the water feature but they also delicately lighten and enhance the water itself, creating a simply stunning water feature that is great to watch during the day or night.
Height: 54.5cm (21.5") x Width: 35cm (13.8") x Depth: 31cm (12.2")Pump with 10m (33') cable included
"Fits well in our garden and looks very natural. The birds are delighted"
Reviewed Sunday, 13 May 2018
"lovelly looking great with lights just wish water sounded more like cascading that tap running"
"Really nice, good effect, nice lit up."
Reviewed Wednesday, 11 April 2018
"See above. Very disappointed. The comments highlighted in the bottom right of this box is laughable."
Reviewed Thursday, 22 February 2018
"Only one minor problem lights had detached from base but managed to secure easily."
Reviewed Thursday, 30 June 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 3 May 2016
"good quality and looks really good when all lit up"
Reviewed Sunday, 28 April 2013
"looks good but not up and running yet due to weather conditions"
Reviewed Monday, 17 December 2012