My husband has been saying he would like to get a small fountain and place it in the entrance….I am not sure that would work for us living in a condo and all, but I do have a special place in my heart for water fountains because of their calming effect and the beauty of the water flowing…So when Water Fountain Pros contacted me a couple of weeks ago and offered me the opportunity to try their 8″ Pouring Pot Tabletop Fountain I immediately said yes.

The 8″ Pouring Pot Tabletop Fountain is made of durable poly-resin and has a metal look…actually at first sight it looks like bronze… I must say I was not really impressed with the fountain until I actually put the fountain together….Setting it up took just a couple of minutes and after that all I had to do was to plug it in and the water started flowing right away.

The fountain is small enough that it can be placed in pretty much any place or corner of your home (H 7.8″ W 10.6″ D 10.6″). The 8″ Pouring Pot Tabletop Fountain features a vessel pouring water into a lighted basin with a second dry vessel on its side in which you will find a small plastic plant simulation of a real plant and that adds a nice little green touch to the piece. The “little plant” is easily removable if desired. The fountain also features an Underwater LED light.

The 8″ Pouring Pot Tabletop Fountain really does add a nice and warm touch to your home and creates a nice ambiance that is much appreciated in my case as I like looking at the tiny fountain while writing my reviews.

The 8″ Pouring Pot Tabletop Fountain has a retail price of 40.00 and is just one of the many products found in the Water Fountain Pros catalog in which you can also find a variety of bean bag sofas and fire pit covers!
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