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Allure Falls Garden Water Feature - 3-Tier Bowls

Original price $349.00 - Original price $349.00
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The Allure Falls is a garden water feature with a rock-stone design. Its bowls are laid gracefully atop one another, with water cascading onto each tier, thus creating an allure of tranquillity.

Let the relaxing, gentle water sounds soothe your mind with the Allure Falls. Made from durable polyresin, this exclusive design from Lux Garden is lightweight and easy to set up.

At night the Allure becomes the focal point as the LED lights shimmer from the bowls.

There is an option to set the Allure as a solar water fountain for maintenance-free operation.

Key Features

  • Premium & durable resin design
  • Life-like stone effect
  • Water cascading effect
  • Bright LED Lights
  • Plug & play - easy to set up
  • Suited for outdoor use
  • Dual connectivity: separate plugs for pump & LED (option for lights off)

What's In The Box

  • SAA-approved 250V electric pump (Australian Standard)
  • LED light (separate plug)
  • 10m cable

Technical Details

  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 41cm x 39cm x 80cm
  • Dimensions of base square: 35cm x 35cm
  • Weight: 9.2kg

Shipping Information

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Need A Low-Voltage Pump?

The package includes a standard 240-250V pump. You may add the following compatible low-voltage pump: Reefe Low Voltage 24V - 550LPH

Convert To Solar (Optional)

Note solar pumps may momentarily pause when not in direct sunlight. Consider the battery option (if available) for seamless operation.

What We Recommend

Can I Still Power the LEDs?

The solar pump will not power the LEDs. It is only meant to replace the electric pump. The LEDs can still be connected to mains power.