Smart Solar Umbrella Series Solar Fountain
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The Boy and Girl Reading on a Bench Solar Fountain is from the Umbrella Series line of fountains at Smart Solar. This fountain depicts a boy and girl sitting on a bench in the rain under an umbrella as they read a book together. To give the impression of falling rain the fountain draws up water from the reservoir below and comes out through the top of the umbrella. The water reservoir holds roughly 1 gallon of water and when cleaning the fountain the reservoir can be drained allowing for it to be wiped clean and then refilled again. The solar fountain operates without wires making setup a breeze simply needing direct sunlight and water to work. This product comes in an aged bronze finish and because the fountain is solar powered it does not have any operating costs.
• Solar fountain operates in sunlight.
• Water trickles off umbrella.
• 1 gallon water capacity.
• No wires to install.
• Low maintenance with zero operating costs.
I absolutely love this bird bath. Easy to assemble. The umbrella raining water is so cool. I would recommend it. As the instructions state it works great as long as it is in the sun.
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