Dancing leaves water feature

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Buy Dancing leaves water feature: A choice way to while away a fine afternoon - nowhere to be, a comfy chair and the serene sight and sound of trickling water. Bliss.<br><br>This charming Dancing Leaves water feature, an arrangement of cupped leaves pouring water from each to the next, needs no plumbing in and can be up and running in seconds. Just fill with water, plug in the 10m cable and enjoy.<br><br>Suitable for any outdoor area, the compact base makes it an especially winning addition to balconies, decks and patios.<br><br>Made from metal with a shimmering copper finish. Includes chunky pot base with decorative natural stones.<br><br>Measurements:<br>H203cm x W35cm x D41cm<br><br><b>Please note: this item is unavailable for Saturday delivery.</b>

A choice way to while away a fine afternoon - nowhere to be, a comfy chair and the serene sight and sound of trickling water. Bliss.

This charming Dancing Leaves water feature, an arrangement of cupped leaves pouring water from each to the next, needs no plumbing in and can be up and running in seconds. Just fill with water, plug in the 10m cable and enjoy.

Suitable for any outdoor area, the compact base makes it an especially winning addition to balconies, decks and patios.

Made from metal with a shimmering copper finish. Includes chunky pot base with decorative natural stones.

Measurements:
H203cm x W35cm x D41cm

Please note: this item is unavailable for Saturday delivery.

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Looks attractive - but a few key issues to consider

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Purchased through Waitrose last month; well packaged. Easy to install - we buried the tank as that is (in our view) not particularly attractive and would have made this too high. It's much brighter and more golden rather than 'shimmering copper'. Looks really good, and draws attention from all visitors. A few big concerns however - a very large amount of water is lost if this is on in anything more than a breeze, as water droplets get blown away from the unit and 'lost'; it's surprising how it all mounts up! We now switch ours off overnight and in heavy winds, to minimise this. It is not easy to see how much water is in the tank, and there is a great deal of refilling. Would be good to have some form of float or dip to check the level. I don't know if the pump is an 'auto-stop' when there is not enough water - or will it simply burn out the motor if it pumps air for a long period of time. It can also sound a bit 'tinny' at the first leaf (where the water first falls); we solved this but putting a small pebble beneath the initial water flow, so the sound disappeared. It's expensive but looks good, and if it lasts will be a good purchase - don't know what our water bills will be though! To 'use' the blown water, I'd suggest this is sited in a flower bed where it would thus provide a regular source of irrigation...

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