Solar Fountain Ball Water Feature - Solar Statues

Solar Fountain Ball Water Feature

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This spectacular modern fountain features a solitary globe with a constant stream of water cascading down its circumference.

The 2W polycrystalline solar panel is weather proof and charges up a rechargeable lithium battery, while the reliable water pump does its task ever so efficiently.

Made of quality polyresin, this water feature is durable, lightweight and practically maintenance-free. Not least, the Fountain comes with four LED lights to add a bright and calming sparkle to its flow, especially at night.

Warning: The water pump is not designed to run dry as this will damage its internal components.

Note: This item is special order, please allow up to 20 days for delivery.

 

Features:

  • 4 LED lights for night time illumination
  • Solar powered
  • No wiring required
  • A great decorative piece
  • Suitable for outdoor and indoor areas

 

Specifications:

  • Fountain material: Polyresin
  • Solar panel type: Polycrystalline
  • Solar panel power: 2W
  • Solar panel voltage: 6V
  • Solar panel size: 20 x 15cm
  • Solar panel IP rate: IP44
  • Battery type: Lithium
  • Battery power: 3.7V/ 2000mAH
  • Maximum water height: 0.8m
  • Maximum flow rate: 200L/H
  • Solar pump IP rate: IP68
  • Weight: 8.5kg

 

Package Contents:

  • 1 x Solar Fountain Feature
  • 1 x Solar Panel
  • 1 x Rechargeable Battery
  • 1 x Water Pump
  • 1 x Ground Holder 
  • 1 x User Manual

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  • Hi, what are the dimensions of the water feature itself? Thanks

    Hi, and thanks for your interest. The fountain stands approx 82cm tall, with the sphere on top having a diameter of approx 25cm. The base is approx 21.5cm wide at the bottom, and 35cm at the top.

  • can this be put in the middle of a pond style water feature? or does the base have to sit on dry land?

    Hi, and thanks for your interest. You can submerge the base of the fountain without any problem. You just need to be mindful of the power cord, which would obviously need to be connected to the solar panel. Typically these cords are around 5m in length, with a connection at the end that should not be submerged. The pump itself is designed to be submerged so there is no issue there (in fact, it’s required). Please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.