Rated 2.8 out of 5Â by 62
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Susiesoccermom Didn't last a year, don't waste your money
Fountain was very pretty but it began to crumble in approximately 9 months. I was very disappointed.
March 14, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by irene70 2 tire cement fountain
I bought this in the summer only got on summer out of it falling apart want to know what we can do to have it replaced with something will hold up the weather I have had other fountains and never had a problem I up grated to this one for a bigger one and was very unhappy to see what happened to it pleas help me
February 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Grizzly49 Biggest bang for the buck
Bought this fountain in 2012 for $109.00. 3rd season in Wisc. and looks almost like the day I bought it. Bring it out on Memorial Day and put it in the basement after Labor Day. DON'T LET IT FREEZE!
June 1, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by JNHOFF Problems
I've had problems with this fountain since purchase. About two months after I purchased it it started to leak. Applied some sealer and problem solved. In the spring the cement that the fountain was made from started to crumble. I'm now going to have to get a new fountain but it certainly won't be like this one. Very disappointed in the fountain. I hope you have better luck if you purchase this.
April 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kato Great Fountain for the price, but you can't leave it out for the Winter.
I have read so many negative reviews of this fountain crumbling and falling apart after a year or so. I noticed that most people with this issue left the fountain outside for the winter. The instructions clearly say that the fountain must be moved indoors during the winter. Draining it and covering it, but still leaving it outside, isn't going to stop the effects of freezing weather on something that was not built to withstand the freezing/unfreezing cycle of winter. This being said, and after reading so many people with issues with this fountain leaking and falling apart, I purchased a clear cement sealer and sealed the fountain. I will also be moving the fountain into the basement before the cold weather sets in. If this were an all cement fountain it would cost hundreds of dollars more. I will report back next year with the condition of my fountain.
August 11, 2014