2 Girls Under Umbrella Water Feature

Product Code: PWF1208 EAN: 5060282490031

(4.3) Based on 2 Reviews

Description

Two girls sheltering from the rain under an umbrella, a charming design that's proving very popular. The umbrella certainly saves the couple from getting wet and also provides a delightful water feature for your garden.

Made from heavy duty, high quality polyresin with a metal pole for the umbrella, the water will flow from the grooves of the umbrella and drop into the bottom bowl. The bronze finish is particularly attractive and, as it is self-contained, all that's required is a mains power supply.

2 Girls Under Umbrella Features:

  • Self-contained
  • Low voltage pump
  • 10 metres of electrical cable
  • Bronze finish

2 Girls Under Umbrella Dimensions:

  • Height: 95cm (37ins)
  • Width: 50cm (20ins)
  • Depth: 50cm (20ins)
  • Weight: 13.5kg (30lbs)

We advise that you always drain water features during the winter to prevent the water inside freezing and damaging the feature.

The best way to protect your fountain is to use a protection cover.

If you'd like to see the feature working then please view our video listed below.

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  • with a Medium Protection Cover (ACFCM)

    with a Medium Protection Cover
    Height: 122cm (4ft) Diameter: 122cm (4ft)

Delivery Information

Fast Free Delivery within Mainland UK and Ireland for Orders over £40.00.
Smaller orders under £40.00 are subject to a £6.95 delivery charge. Delivery will typically be made within 3 - 5 working days but may be extended during busy times of the year. Extra charges will apply to certain locations for example Isle of Wight and Islands. In some cases we can even deliver outside the mainland e.g. Channel Isles and arrange the VAT element for you. In all instances please contact us today for a personalised quote.

Important Safety Information on Water Features for Garden and Outdoor Use
This product should not be exposed to extreme weather conditions. It is our recommendation that the product is drained completely and covered during the winter or alternatively drained and placed indoors. The electrical cable is permanently connected and sealed in the pump body. If the supply cable is damaged the pump must not be used. It must be discarded.

For safety-All outdoor wiring MUST be installed and tested by a qualified electrician BEFORE connection to the mains. A Residual Current Device (RCD) also known as a Residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCCB) having a tripping current not exceeding 30mA must be installed in the supply circuit. A 3 amp fuse must be fitted in the supply circuit. This product must be earthed at all times.

For outdoor use the pump has to be permanently connected to the fixed wiring at the mains system other than by means of a plug and socket. If an extension cable is required this must be connected to the end of the pump cable using a watertight cable connector. A means of disconnection from the supply having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles must be incorporated in the fixed wiring. Permanent installation to the mains supply must conform to the regulations of the local electricity authority and would include the use of a plastic or metal conduit to protect the cable.

Always disconnect the mains electricity supply whilst the equipment is being installed, repaired, cleaned, maintained and handled or while replacing light bulbs.

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating 4.3 / 5 Based On 2 Reviews

Delivery 5 / 5
Quality 4 / 5
Price 4 / 5

My grandchildren love this

Not so expensive so didn't expect it to be the highest quality if I'm honest but it was actually better than anticipated! The grandchildren love this fountain and always ask to go outside and make a wish. Thank you gardensite

By Arthur Cummings.
11th, December, 2013.

Delivery 4 / 5
Quality 5 / 5
Price 4 / 5

Amazing!

I saw this when browsing in the shop in Birmingham, a member a staff showed how it worked and I ordered it there and then, it was delivered straight to my house free of charge, I just had to pay for the fountain.

By Daniel Ashmore.
11th, December, 2013.

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