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This stunning, bronze-effect Buddha will make a wonderful addition to your garden, conservatory or any other indoor or outdoor area. With an antique appearance, it features a lotus that is lit from below by delicate LED lights. Watch the water calmly flow down the feature through the Buddha’s hands, slowly cascade down the front of his robe and into the delightful flower reservoir below.
Crafted from high quality polyresin with low voltage LED lights, this lovely Buddha with an antique, bronze-effect finish is lightweight, durable, long-lasting, and is guaranteed to look wonderful when illuminated during the evening or at night. Combining classic looks and modern manufacturing techniques, the polyresin material used is both frost and UV resistant, helping this water feature to withstand the elements. The LED lights beautifully offset the feature at night, creating a simply stunning spectacle that is very soothing to sit by. This feature is entirely self-contained and includes the pump.
Height: 57cm (22½ins) x Width: 36cm (14¼ins) x Depth: 36cm (14¼ins)Pump with 5m (16ft) cable included
"Looks lovely in my garden. Very happy."
Reviewed Wednesday, 9 May 2018
"Had to have lights replaced and then complete water feature as faulty."
Reviewed Monday, 18 September 2017
Reviewed Monday, 7 March 2016
"Very Happy with the water feature."
Reviewed Wednesday, 26 November 2014
"Quite small but very pleased with this water feature, lights up beautifully at night easy to put together, quite a gentle soothing trickle of water, looks stunning on my deck."
Reviewed Monday, 13 October 2014
"Was quite a flimsy product and had smashed and the pieces had come off in two places at the back of the statue."
Reviewed Tuesday, 10 April 2012
"A little disappointed that there is not more water flowing down the Buddha. Perhaps it could do with a more powerful pump."
Reviewed Sunday, 5 February 2012
"wonderful and very quick delivery"
Reviewed Saturday, 4 February 2012