Bjorn Fountain/Birdbath by Campania International
The name "Bjorn" may translate to "bear", but the Bjorn Garden Fountain/Birdbath is an absolute teddy in both looks and feel. An oriental-inspired design includes a square basin with gently sloped sides that have a striking visual effect. Water gurgles up from the center of the Bjorn fountain thanks to a quiet submersible pump that runs on electricity with no outside lines. The movement of the water means the birds will be the only creatures who want to play - which is just what you were hoping for in your garden.
This 25-inch birdbath outdoor fountain is part of the Campania International Cast Stone Collection, which uses this premium material for an authentic appearance and strength. They offer a choice of 12 different patinas that can accent an Asian garden or patio. Every Bjorn outdoor fountain is made in the U.S. when you order it for an original water feature you'll love. Order from Serenity Health and receive free shipping with secure processing so you can start relaxing even before it arrives.
Features of the Campania International Bjorn Fountain and Birdbath:
- The Bjorn Fountain is 25" tall by 18" wide, and is 18" front to back
- Total weight is 125 pounds
- Includes a whisper-quiet electric, UL-listed pump
- No plumbing is needed; water recirculates within the fountain
- Plugs into any standard 3-prong 110V electrical outlet
- An outdoor-rated extension cord can be used to lengthen the cord
- Proudly designed and manufactured in the United States from premium cast stone concrete
Shown in the Alpine Stone patina (color), this beautiful fountain isavailable in your choice of distinct patinas.
Once installation was finished and we turned it on, it's pretty and very nice and we're happy with it. The installation instructions, however, are extremely poor. The electrical connections paragraph says no extension cord, which is pretty much required to run it. The label on the pump says indoors only. Since it's a birdbath fountain, that would make it a little tough for the birds to access. Called the company (finding phone # took some doing - not on any of the material). Were told don't worry about either and to disregard. How about rewriting the instructions so they make sense? They're a disorganized mish mash on three different sheets of paper, one sheet in insanely small print, making assembly unnecessarily difficult and frustrating. But after having waded through it all, and now that it's up and running, we really like it.