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Belham Living Whitfield Tiered Solar Fountain by Smart Solar

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Product Overview
  • Dimensions: 15.75W x 13.78D x 19.70H in., 31 lbs.
  • Crafted from durable cement
  • Pump and solar panel included
  • Intended for outdoor use
  • No plumbing needed; water recirculates
Specifications
Overview
  • Dimensions: 15.75W x 13.78D x 19.70H in., 31 lbs.
  • Crafted from durable cement
  • Pump and solar panel included
  • Intended for outdoor use
  • No plumbing needed; water recirculates
  • Solar-powered pump
  • Some assembly required
What's Included
Fountain
Description

Treat yourself and your garden to the sweet sounds of trickling water with the Belham Living Whitfield Tiered Solar Fountain by Smart Solar. This solar fountain is made of cement that has been shaped and finished to resemble aged bronze bowls sitting upon stacked stones. Thanks to an included pump that recirculates the water, this fountain doesn't need to be hooked up to your plumbing system. A solar panel on the top powers the pump, so you won't need to worry about placing the fountain near electrical outlets or tripping over dangerous or unsightly electrical cords.

Special Note: Solar fountains require plenty of direct sunlight to operate properly. Please be sure you have a sunny spot to place your solar fountain. Also, the pump must never be operated dry (out of water). Dry operation permanently damages the pump.

Specifications
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Q: I have an idea to use this product for a rain catcher. I'd like to drill a hole in the bottom basin and insert a tube to let the rainwater go out the back and down a drain. Instead of using the pump could I plug the top basin so when it fills it will spill into next basin and finally down to the bottom and out the tube into drain? Please say it will work . Ideas, suggestions? I understand that it would void your warranty for the fountain . But I'm just looking for a shell to work with. I have a rain chain that would divert water from gutter to top basin to ground.
Submitted 2 years ago by Eileen - Warrenton, Va
Hayneedle customer support
A: This could be an effective way of making a rain catcher.
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