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WELLIKEA Pool Fountain Stainless Import Steel Silver 19.7

WELLIKEA Pool Fountain Stainless Steel 19.7"x11.8"x35.4" Silver

$207

WELLIKEA Pool Fountain Stainless Steel 19.7"x11.8"x35.4" Silver

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Product description

This pool fountain will make a decorative addition to your pond or pool, and allow you to enjoy the relaxing sounds of the water feature for a sense of calm and well-being.

It has been specifically designed to guarantee a constant, even flow of water. Made of high-quality stainless steel, it is chlorine water resistant, and thus highly durable. Our product comes with all the required accessories for connecting it to a water pump (the pump is not included). Assembly is easy.

Get one now and enjoy the soothing sound and sight of the falling water!

  • Color: Silver
  • Material: Stainless steel (SS 304)
  • Dimensions: 19.7" x 11.8" x 35.4" (L x W x H)
  • Base size: 5.9" x 4.5" (L x W)
  • Connection inner diameter: BSP G 1" female thread
  • PVC pipe length: 78.7"
  • PVC pipe diameter: 1.26"
  • Easy assembly
  • Note: the pump is not included
  • Delivery includes:
  • 1 x Stainless steel fountain
  • 3 x PVC pipe
  • 1 x T-connector
  • 3 x Hose clamp
  • 1 x Washcloth
  • 1 x Scouring pad
  • 1 x Hose with valve

WELLIKEA Pool Fountain Stainless Steel 19.7"x11.8"x35.4" Silver

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