In this guide we’ll look at the best sphere water features for the UK market.
We’ve compared design, size, build quality and cost
to give you our top recommendations.
What Is The Best Sphere Water Feature?
More Detailed Sphere Water Feature Reviews
Blumfeldt Schönbrunn Sphere Fountain – Solar Powered Review
The Blumfeldt Schönbrunn Sphere Fountain offers a fuss-free way to add a stylish water feature to your garden as it is solar powered so is easy to set up.
This lovely tower water feature has a ball on top of a twisted pillar. Water flows from the top of the ball into the reservoir in the pillar. This self-contained and solar-powered design means there is no set up required. You simply fill the reservoir with water and place the solar panel in a sunny spot. The feature includes a 2W solar panel with 300cm2 photovoltaic surface. This allows it to pump up to 200 litres per hour. It also has a built-in battery to store extra power and this runs the lights at night.
This is the best sphere water feature if you want a fuss-free water feature with lights that requires no set up and is good value for money.
Polished 60cm Stainless Steel Sphere Water Feature with LED lights Review
This Polished 60cm Stainless Steel Sphere Water Feature is the best stainless steel sphere water feature if you want a beautiful and durable feature that also includes LED lights.
This stainless steel water feature has a lovely sleek design that makes a great feature in any garden whether contemporary or traditional. The steel surface reflects the light and the surrounding plants as well as adding to the sparkle of the water as it flows over it. The water bubbles from the top and makes a soothing sound. The feature is self-contained, easy to set up and includes a reservoir which can be hidden with stones or buried in the ground. It also has LED lights which make this a great focal point in the garden by day and by night.
Overall, this is a lovely stainless steel water feature that is practical and beautiful.
Primrose Torver Slate Effect 50cm Sphere Water Feature with LED Lights Review
The Primrose Torver Slate Effect 50cm Sphere Water Feature is the best solar powered sphere water feature with a lovely design as well as being durable and easy to set up.
This slate effect sphere feature has a lovely texture which looks wonderful as the water trickles over it. The sphere is made from polyresin with a slate effect. This is both realistic and weather-resistant so your feature will last for many years. The feature is easy to set up- simply plug it into an outdoor socket and fill it up.
The feature has a reservoir base that is quite stylish, however, this can be disguised with stones for a really sleek finish. The LED lights make this a wonderful focal point in the garden by day and night.
This is a lovely natural-looking water features that creates a nice rippling effect and a soothing sound.
Direct Global Trading 40cm Sphere Stainless Steel Water Feature Review
The Direct Global Trading 40cm Sphere Stainless Steel Water Feature is our choice for best solar-powered sphere water feature. It is durable, beautiful and includes LED lights.
This 40 cm ball water feature is made from grade 304 stainless steel making it beautiful and durable. The water bubbles from the top of the sphere and flows in a sheet over the stainless steel creating lovely ripples and reflections. It also has four LED lights at the top, so it looks great at night, too.
This feature is also available in a range of sizes so you can use several different ones to make a gorgeous feature in your garden. The base reservoir can be buried in the ground, covered with stones or placed in a large planter.
The water feature is mains powered so simply needs to be plugged into an outside socket before being ready to fill up with water and switch on.
This is a lovely water feature that would make a great addition to any garden.
MP Essentials Outdoor Patio & Garden Solar Powered Black Ball Water Feature Review
The MP Essentials Outdoor Patio & Garden Solar Powered Black Ball Water Feature is beautiful, durable and requires no set up so you can enjoy your fountain straight out of the box.
This lovely water feature has a ribbed ball that reflects both the light and the water running over it. The feature is made from resin with a lovely granite finish that is very natural looking. The resin construction makes this a very durable feature, too. As is self-contained and solar-powered this feature requires no setting up. Simply place it in your desired location and fill with water. The solar battery also runs the 4 bright white LED lights making this a focal point that looks great by day and by night.
This solar-powered water feature looks stylish and requires no set up.
Sphere Water Feature Buyer’s Guide
Sphere water features make a wonderful focal point in the garden and suit both contemporary and traditions schemes well. There are a range of features to choose from and they are made with different material and designs. Stainless steel features are durable and have lovely reflective qualities that add an extra dimension to your garden design. Resin water features are durable and look like stone but are also light and easy to manoeuvre.
Many sphere water features have a reservoir that can be buried in the ground or covered with stones, so you only see the sphere. This looks very effective as the reservoir is hidden from sight. Other designs have a sphere on top of a pillar or plinth that contains the reservoir, and these require no digging or setting up.
Ease of set up
Self-contained water features are nice and simple to set up. They either come with a length of outdoor cable which must be plugged into a suitable outdoor socket or are solar-powered. Once the power is sorted, they can just be filled up and switched on. Some features include a plastic reservoir at the bottom, and this can either be buried in the ground, covered with attractive gravel or other stones, or hidden inside a planter. Some features include a reservoir as part of the design and these are even easier to set up as they require no digging or burying.
The simplest water features are self-contained with an integral reservoir as part of the design and solar-powered. These only require being taken out of the box and filling with water before they are ready to go.
When choosing a water feature you can go for mains or solar-powered. Mains powered features will need to be plugged into an appropriate outdoor power socket. You may also want to bury or hide the cable safely. The advantage of mains powered water features is that they work all the time, winter and summer, night and day, whatever the weather.
Solar-powered water features either come with an integral solar panel or a separate solar panel. Those with an integral panel are very easy to use and have no wires to worry about. They do, however, need to be placed in a sunny spot in the garden to work best. Those with a solar panel allow you to set up the panel in the sun and have the features at some distance from the panel. Many solar-powered features have a battery that stores extra power, and this can be used to run the solar fountain and lights at night.
The disadvantage of solar-powered water features is that they do, obviously, rely on the sun to work.
Sphere water features add a lovely design element to both modern and traditional gardens. They are self-contained and easy to set up, too. If you want to add the element of water to your garden, with its lovely movement and sound, then a sphere water features will be perfect for the job.
I would recommend the Polished 60cm Stainless Steel Sphere Water Feature as it is beautiful and durable feature that also includes LED lights.