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2 tier Barrel Fountain, Now £27.93 @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)
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2 tier Barrel Fountain, Now £27.93 @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)

£27.93£74.9963%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 15th Aug

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Let the cascading water of this delightful bird water feature add some character to your balcony, or become a centre piece for your lawn.

Not only is it decorative and easy to assemble, it can be placed almost anywhere too thanks to the self-contained water pump system and extensive 10m cable.
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I used this one

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

can only hear hear the sound of the water flowing not the pump
sheffield78816/08/2019 23:20

Forgive my ignorance, don't know anything about these. If I do not have an …Forgive my ignorance, don't know anything about these. If I do not have an outside plug, I can use this from Amazon and I will not need anything else? Will this be powerful enough for this water feature? Thanks!



You will need the flux capacitor pump to generate the required power input of 1.21 gigawatts . You might have trouble finding one online though.
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Can't see it in stock anywhere
I’m new to this gardening stuff and we have been looking at fountains and water features. Do they use a lot of electric does anyone know?
Had this before and it seemed a bit platicky but heat for the price as I paid more..
Edited by: "col11" 15th Aug
l have this and even though its plastic it looks lovely and the trickling water sounds lovely too ... you must keep it running everyday as the water will go green but i turn it off at bedtime to save on electric even thouigh it dosnt use alot
Saw this on Wednesday at tj Hughes in Hartlepool it was only £15 would of had one for that price but haven't got an outside electric socket,don't know if the price is national but might be worth a look
Got one from amazon a few months ago, looks great. Run it on a solar pump
adski16/08/2019 08:22

Got one from amazon a few months ago, looks great. Run it on a solar pump



Could you what solar pump did use for this type of fountain?
Could you just plug this into an outside socket? How loud is the pump noise? My mums always buying the tiny water features, but all you hear is the buzzing of the pump motor.
I used this one

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

can only hear hear the sound of the water flowing not the pump
Anyone else having trouble ordering? I placed the order and paypal took the money, but I keep getting an error message and it says try again later, so no confirmation of sale email.. I contacted support chat and they said try again later lol. I have never had this happen before, I thought they would just see I had paid and finalise it for me. I guess I just keep the page open and keep hitting 'submit order' all day then?
Yeah, error processing your order, please try again later?
aidan.conway16/08/2019 16:25

Yeah, error processing your order, please try again later?


Any luck getting it sorted? I have been told there is nothing they can do about it and I need to raise a dispute with Paypal to get my money back
I didnt check that I had been charged? I tried 3 times too. I need to go and have a look, do I?
The code doesn't seem to work for me - keeps saying invalid code?
Try TJ Hughes if you can't get it from here. They had it for £29, but I think they are reducing the prices now.
adski16/08/2019 11:48

I used this …I used this onehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00EC595CI/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o06_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1can only hear hear the sound of the water flowing not the pump


Forgive my ignorance, don't know anything about these. If I do not have an outside plug, I can use this from Amazon and I will not need anything else? Will this be powerful enough for this water feature? Thanks!
sheffield78816/08/2019 23:20

Forgive my ignorance, don't know anything about these. If I do not have an …Forgive my ignorance, don't know anything about these. If I do not have an outside plug, I can use this from Amazon and I will not need anything else? Will this be powerful enough for this water feature? Thanks!



You will need the flux capacitor pump to generate the required power input of 1.21 gigawatts . You might have trouble finding one online though.
matwalaboy16/08/2019 23:08

The code doesn't seem to work for me - keeps saying invalid code?


Code expired now, so I have amended the price
Does this work with chocolate? Asking for a friend
You can order it in the store as well
Call Richmond store
I'd avoid buying this the plastic tubes on are so visible and look stupid. Good value but the plastic tubing is hidden on the picture. Not suitable for indoor use.
Does this need a constant feed from the water supply? Sorry if its a stupid question
sheffield78816/08/2019 23:20

Forgive my ignorance, don't know anything about these. If I do not have an …Forgive my ignorance, don't know anything about these. If I do not have an outside plug, I can use this from Amazon and I will not need anything else? Will this be powerful enough for this water feature? Thanks!


I’ve just got the solar pump in the bottom and the solar panel run along to a good spot for sun. It works fine when there is reasonable sunlight. If you dont have enough sunlight you could get a USB powered water pump and then put a portable usb power pack on it, you’ll have to weatherproof the connector
Always this price on Amazon.
£2 more on amazon with free delivery if you can't be bothered with C&C
adski17/08/2019 10:57

I’ve just got the solar pump in the bottom and the solar panel run along t …I’ve just got the solar pump in the bottom and the solar panel run along to a good spot for sun. It works fine when there is reasonable sunlight. If you dont have enough sunlight you could get a USB powered water pump and then put a portable usb power pack on it, you’ll have to weatherproof the connector


how does that pump get the water back to the top? I thought it was just for circulating water in a single tier like a pond? Have you connected hose to the top of the pump?
romeospadre17/08/2019 10:08

Does this need a constant feed from the water supply? Sorry if its a …Does this need a constant feed from the water supply? Sorry if its a stupid question


No, you fill it and then top it up if it evaporates faster than it rains (fat chance).
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 17th Aug
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TheOak17/08/2019 20:43

how does that pump get the water back to the top? I thought it was just …how does that pump get the water back to the top? I thought it was just for circulating water in a single tier like a pond? Have you connected hose to the top of the pump?

there are hoses included that take it from the pump in the bottom tier up through the second tier and then up through the tap at the top
romeospadre17/08/2019 10:08

Does this need a constant feed from the water supply? Sorry if its a …Does this need a constant feed from the water supply? Sorry if its a stupid question


No, you fill it up and it basically just goes round and round
Cheap plastic, regret that I bot this, never worth the full price, not even the reduced price.
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