Ambiente Keramik Luftbefeuchter-Brunnen
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- Dieser ansprechende Tischbrunnen und Luftbefeuchter passt zu jeder Einrichtung. Der glasierte Keramikbrunnen ist handgearbeitet. Das elegante Design und der beruhigende Klang plätschernden Wassers zeichnen diesen Brunnen aus.
- Das Wasser wird durch das Innere des Brunnens nach oben gepumpt und läuft von dort über die verschiedenen Ebenen sanft hinunter. Das perfekte Geschenk für jemand Besonderen.
- Die schlichte Eleganz dieses Brunnens begeistert Besucher nicht nur in Ihrem Heim, sondern gibt auch einem Hotel, Restaurant oder Büro das gewisse Etwas. Darüber hinaus hilft der Brunnen, die medizinisch empfohlene Luftfeuchtigkeit von 45-55% zu erreichen.
- Abmessungen: Höhe: 18cm - Breite: 22cm - Tiefe: 22cm. Eine Pumpe, Kieselsteine und ein Transformator sind im Lieferumfang enthalten. Für den Zimmergebrauch geeignet.
- ......Sie können auch ein paar Tropfen Duftöl in den Brunnen geben, so dass sich mit dem Fließen des Wassers ein angenehmes Aroma in der Luft verbreitet...
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Dieser ansprechende Tischbrunnen und Luftbefeuchter passt zu jeder Einrichtung. Der glasierte Keramikbrunnen ist handgearbeitet. Das elegante Design und der beruhigende Klang plätschernden Wassers zeichnen diesen Brunnen aus.
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Some water features will loudly splish, like sitting beside a small waterfall, some will almost imperceptibly trickle. This pagoda shaped one is half-way between the two,a noticeable whisper of falling water, like gentle rain. Unlike many water features, which are made of polyresin, this is ceramic, giving the added advantage that it can be used with essential oils added to the water (these would damage the polyresin, reacting with it and degrading it) I bought this one specifically because I wanted to be able to add a few drops of the oils, with the circulation of the water providing the aid to volatility, rather than needing a tea-light to heat the water. The addition of the oils means this could, for example, be used with some of the oils which aid relaxation, for someone with sleeping difficulties, or with oils which are antimicrobial, as disinfectant in a sickroom, or even for someone with chest congestion with expectorant and mucolytic oils. This has no LED light; many water features incorporate a little LED light underneath the water. Whilst pretty in a living area, lights are not so useful if you'd like this to be left running during the night, for example as a humidifier and to aid breathing at night, with mucolytic oils for someone with a cough or cold. Of course, you would have to be someone who finds a gentle trickle of water calming and restful, rather than someone who runs to the bathroom on hearing trickles, or feels a need to check for a dripping tap!
Easy to assemble, the pagoda comes safely packed in 4 sections - 1)base; 2)pagoda - which has a little tube which inserts into 3)the water pump, the cable of which inserts into a socket at the end of the plug (a good length of cable for both the pump and and the electric plug; 4) pack of stones.
'Pack of stones?', I hear you cry . Here is where you indulge your creativity, both visually and sonically. You get a LARGE pack of stones, of different shapes, sizes and natural colours. Enough to almost sink a small battleship. These can be artistically arranged around the levels of the pagoda, whether using a minimal, zen style arrangement, or heaped into little cairns and pathways, or whatever. And, by judicious arrangement of stones underneath where the water pours down from level to level, you can even minimise or increase the sound of the splash itself.
If you are interested in using it with the oils, here is a rather nice little book which gives you some simple information about those oils Neal's Yard Remedies Essential Oils (Neals Yard Remedies) For overnight use, you'd need to have sufficient water to ensure evaporation didn't cause the pump to become exposed - I fill it for this purpose nearly to the top of the base itself, just shy of causing the water to splash out onto my table.
(apparently the mitochondria in my blood cells is the wrong shape so I can only produce energy at 1/19th of the efficiency of most people - so ANYTHING at all bar specific relaxation - even sleep - drains me more than I can make up)
I read the wonderful review by Lady Fancifull (Tinkerbell) and it was the added bonus of aromatherapy that decided me to go for it.
Ordered it direct from the Primrose website as it was on offer cheaper than Amazon INCLUDING next day delivery! Whooohoooo!
I do have to say I was disappointed at first glance - I loved the shade of ceramic - it's more of a slate blue than the photo suggests, which I am happy with as too bright is too stimulating for poor little not-so-old me.
But the "LARGE pack of stones, of different shapes, sizes and natural colours. Enough to almost sink a small battleship." was in fact only a small pack, would have trouble sinking a toy boat in the bath, and they were ALL boring charcoal grey and not much variety in shape/size at all.
I did query this with the company and was told the stones in the photo were just what the photographer used and they do not in fact supply the pack described in Lady's review. Even though I told them that someone else had had this enormous multicoloured pack, she said they must have got it somewhere else because they do not do any other packs.
Fortunately, I had a basket of pebbles that I had handpicked myself from beaches over the years so I have used those.
Anyway, now for the fun bit of setting up.... and I shall tell you the story...
So, are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin....
Once upon a time, there was a lovely young maiden who was trapped in her house all by herself PLUS she was such a dumb blonde that her brain couldn't work out anything much at all. So after taking hours and hours and hours browsing the internet when anyone else could have done it in 5 minutes she eventually found just the right thing to keep herself entertained without overtaxing her poor little brain.... a WATER FEATURE! Whoooohooooooo!
So she managed to order it and the next day it arrived :)
She really was a feeble soul, so it took her a good 10 minutes fighting to remove the various packaging. Eventually she discovered that a steak knife cuts through parcel tape much easier than scissors ^-^. She had lost a few litres of sweat so she had to have some water to stop herself dehydrating, and of course a rest to recover her poor quivering little muscles
So then she looked at the pieces.... looked quite straightforward, that bit on top of this bit, that's the plug and that must be the pump then - where's the air tube? hmmmm well maybe it's in that wire-looking thing....
Plug in the wire looking thing into the connection at the bottom of the top of the water feature (hope that makes sense lol), go to put the top of the water feature back on the bottom of the water feature, and the connection falls apart.... :(
Uh oh I've got a dud one she thinks so phones up the supplier to tell them - customer service lady Judith says no worries she'll send a replacement out right away - funny they've never had that happen before must just be a fluke... in the meantime try putting some string round or something - fair maiden says how about tape? Yep says Judith anything that'll hold it together in the meantime so you can use it while you wait for the new one....
So fair maiden is very grateful and sets about wrapping the tape around the pluggy inny bit of the connection to make it thicker so it won't fall out.... 5 layers of tape later whoooohoooooo! It fits :D
Fair maiden then tries plugging the other end into the electric connector part.... and ummmm ??? there's nowhere to put the 2 together ???
Suddenly, light dawns.... erm I think I have the connectors on the wrong way round! *rolls eyes* Tries other end in underneath of water feature and sure enough it is a perfect fit, and the bit that she had patiently taped now needs untaping to go in the electric connector thingy instead! *rolls eyes*
So fair maiden apologetically phones supplier to tell them not to send the replacement after all and lovely Judith is very nice about it :)
Fair maiden finishes assembling water feature, arranges pebbles, fills with water e voila! It all works. Yay! *APPLAUSE*
Fair maiden is now very happy - really loves the new toy now and settles down to admire it :smitten: All's well that ends well :D
... cometh forth four footed furry friend, following his fancy for food.... walks through the cord, disconnecting it from both ends >:(
(it's not his fault, the feature is in the middle of the room and the socket is in the wall about 5 feet away, and the cord is only about 5 feet long so it is in mid-air across the gap)
So... fair maiden, not so patiently :-X has to dismantle the water feature in order to attach the pump to the connector again - this process causes a huge puddle all over the coffee table, threatening to soak a nearby pile of books that she quickly manages to rescue just in time, four footed furry friend faithfully tries to help by lapping up the puddle, which is also trying to overflow onto the floor.
Fair maiden very sensibly has a box of tissues handy and uses approximately half a box soaking up the puddle.
Half the pebbles have been unceremoniously dumped on the carpet in haste, so now they are covered in fallen fur from the four footed furry friend. (how does he stay so furry when he moults so much?)
Fair maiden finds colander and rinses pebbles. Rearranges them not so artistically since she is fairly miffed with it all, tops up water, switches on e voila!
All's well that ends well..... once again :D
However, fair maiden, in her infinite wisdom, decides she needs to make the cord longer to stop it all reoccuring.... she is pretty sure there is an extension cable somewhere in the house....
Yep! There is one for the pc, but it can't be used simultaneously for the water feature.... search again... Yep! There's one in daughter's unused room... but the wardrobe needs shifting to get to unplug it from wall socket so that's a no-no.
Yep! There's one in a box on the landing. It is so tangled up with various other pieces of unused electrical paraphernalia that it takes a good while and lots of frustration to finally unravel it from its neighbours... but at last... TRIUMPH! :D
Fair maiden returns downstairs, gets it all set up e voila! - no more cable lurking in mid-air across the room.... just about 10 feet of extension lead looking like an anorexic python all across the floor instead ;D
Still, hopefully it is adequate until fair maiden can get a more suitably sized one....
So far... so good.....
Time to relax :)))))))