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Solarrific G3033 Floating Solar Fountain for Bird Bath
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- 1.4 watt solar cell, Diameter: 6.3 inches
- Maximum water height = 18" Minimum water depth in fountain should be 1 3/4"
- Lifespan 10,000 hours
- Works in full sun only (not shade or cloudy day). Pump must be immersed in water with full sun to solar panel to function.
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It is small in size about Hand span width. The fountains heads are about a quarter sizes. There are 3 different ones and a cap one.
As soon as I took it outside the pump turned on. I had to turn away from the sun. I am so mixed on it. As soon as I put it into the water the fountain turned on. I tried each fountain head and picked the one I liked. They shot up nicely about 10-15" depending on the sun strength and fountain head. It has a very delicate fountain sprinkle. It is not high powered but it does reach a good height. Since it floats around my birdbath I did not want the water getting too high and leaving the birdbath. For me it does not create the trickling sound it is very quiet.
So when it works it is great. If any shadow casts over it, it turns off. There are little solar panels in a circle around the fountain; if any of them get covered it turns off. If slightly covered the strength decreases. This also includes the pedestal the fountain head sits on. So as it floats around and the pedestal casts a shadow on the base, the strength will decrease or turn off.
The battery does not store power.
I think this would be good for a shallow birdbath. There are suction cups on the bottom of the pump.
For me it works for what I want. I wanted solar, no wires and under $50. This fit.
I plan to bring it in when the weather is near freezing. That works out to about 1000 hours per year. If it lasts at least two years, I'll keep the five stars - $15/year is a fair price for this much enjoyment. If longer, so much the better.
People who complain about product life may be experiencing clogging, inevitable in most situations. The maker has posted a link to a simple video on clearing the pump: [...]. My little frog pond is full of floating plant debris, and algae grows on everything (including the underside of this fountain). But the pump hasn't needed cleaning yet, and is powerful enough to blow the nozzles clear.
Quite satisfactory, especially if it lasts a few years. I am also trying their fixed-mount units and solar air pump; will report separately on those.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This just never worked for us. Maybe we have a little more shade than most? But we do get pretty solid filtered light in our pond. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sarah R
works as advertised, only problem is the attachment heads won't fit so i'm stuck with the standard spray patternPublished 16 days ago by weewayne
Did not need it, it just looked cool. It works great in the rain barrel.Published 1 month ago by Anonymous
I have this in a small Fishpond in my front yard.
I don't have any fish in pond...just a water feature that is made better with this fountain. Read more
small and not very good if not in direct sunlight all the time.Published 1 month ago by Pamela A, Kaylor
Lasted 6 months before the fire ants got into it and destroyed the pump housing. Worked pretty well before that altough it did require nearly direct sunlight to function. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Phillips