Model # 50195CON

Internet #203073960

Kenroy Home 21 in. Cubic Outdoor Remote Controlled Solar Floor Fountain

Discontinued Kenroy Home

21 in. Cubic Outdoor Remote Controlled Solar Floor Fountain

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Product Overview

Celebrate the cubism movement with the cubic outdoor solar floor fountain. This fountain can be placed in a small garden or patio to create the perfect accent you've been looking for. The sturdy resin construction allows for a detailed concrete look while being very lightweight and easy to move around. This little wonder also has a remote for complete convenience and control of your solar fountain. Also featured, are four led lights to add even more drama to this monument. The rechargeable battery pack charges throughout the day (with sunlight) for use at night.

  • Solar powered
  • Remote controlled
  • Easy assembly instructions included for quick set up
  • Enhance your atmosphere on your garden, deck, balcony or in your garden

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Manufacturer Warranty
1 year defective warranty

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21 in. Cubic Outdoor Remote Controlled Solar Floor Fountain is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fountain that doesn't work...yet. The fountain arrived in good condition. As soon as the weather warmed I set it up as indicated. After charging for the entire weekend, the only think that worked were the LED lights that stayed on both day and night. I contacted the manufacturer and they were very nice and said they would send a new pump. If that doesn't work, it goes back to Home Depot.
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doesn't work One side had some damage where you can see the fibers under the outer layer. I decided to put it together anyway thinking I could turn the damage to the back. It was easy to put together. But, you need the remote control to turn it on. I pressed the button but nothing happened. It appears that a red light should light up on the remote when you push the button but it doesn't light up. I took it apart and I'm guessing that the 3 little batteries inside are dead. There are 2 remotes and neither work. So, it's going back. You also can't see in the picture that the solar panel is laying on top, under where the water runs so this means the fountain must be in the sun. If it worked I'd like it a lot because it looks nice.
Date published: 2013-08-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Looks nice Runs only about one and one half hours. 45 minutes with light on!
Date published: 2013-08-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's so hard to decide because it could be great so easily It's really a 1.5. Not really poor but still less than fair. What's sad it that it could be great. A) Battery Life. The solar panel gets about 6:45 of direct sun a day and about four more indirect. Generally I only run it every other day to let the cell charge. Also I let it sit for five days before ever running the pump to make sure the battery had full charge. On the days that I run the fountain I can run it for either the full time it's getting direct sun, then about an hour after or I can run it out of direct sun for about an hour and it shuts off. If I click it back on it will run for about another hour, a little less if the lights are on. That's it. I know pumps use quite a bit of juice but this seems that either I have an undersized battery or a defective one. Not sure which. B) It's virtually impossible to level this particular pump. There are two issues. First looking down from directly above the top cube is not square. Contributing even more is the fact that the bottom of the cube is not level which allows the top to shift. Also you may want to consider bracing it or putting it in a container which is what I did. The top being bigger than the bottom and filled with water makes the pump very top heavy and a good gust of wind can topple the fountain easily. C) Back to the pump. When I bought the fountain I was envisioning a spout of water about an inch high spilling evenly down all four sides into the well. What you actually get it about a 1/2 inch spout with water trickling down the sides. If you want sound this isn't the fountain for you. Once you're a couple of feet away you won't hear anything unless it's dead quiet. Supposedly the "B" button on the remote lets you adjust the water flow. I haven't noticed any difference no matter how I click it. So my vision was this little fountain running all day with the solar panel still charging the battery enough to run for at least 5-6 hours after getting out of the direct sun. The performance isn't what I thought it would be by any means. However, for some reason I like the look just enough that I may just look at swapping out the pump, battery and solar cell to up the battery life and flow. Or I may just look to get a 12V pump and run it off of my low voltage light system on a timer. The look is good, Home Depot. You can do better. We can help.
Date published: 2013-08-01
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