Sunjet Solar 500 Pump Water Fountain

Code: WF5072
Sunjet Solar 500 Pump Water Fountain
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Sunjet Solar 500 Pump Water Fountain

Go Solar and Cut Costs

There is no need for you to run up large electricity bills with a fountain. Go solar and you can run your fountain for free. The sunjet 500 fountain is powered by solar energy. Just place the solar panel in direct sunlight and the pump will start working. You can achieve as much 40 inches in foutain height. A great pump for use in a pond and an easy way to save money.

Keep your Pond Clean

Save yourself the hassle of cleaning your pond. The sunjet 500 fountain both circulates and oxygenates water. This helps keep the water in your pond or fountain cleaner for longer. That's less maintenance work for you.

Choice of Three Fountain Heads

Why stick to one type of fountain head when you can have three? With the sunjet 500 you can change between three different styles. You get a 7 jet option, a 12 jet option and a 13 jet option all as standard. Just choose your favorite fountain option or swap them around when you feel like a change.


  • powered by solar energy
  • fitted with suckers for bottom mounting or can be used with the float in deeper water
  • operates in direct sunlight
  • powered by separate solar panel
  • 9ft 10" cable to solar panel
  • low voltage water pump and filter
  • provides oxygenation and circulation
  • 3 different fountain heads
  • maximum fountain height up to 40" (100 cm)
  • no operation costs


    Float: Height - 0.5 inches (1.5cm), Diameter - 6.2 inches (16cm)

    Solar panel: Height - 11.8 inches (30cm)

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    For the 500 version Click Here

    Customer Reviews
    Rating: 5/5

    "Did exactly what it promised!"

    Reviewed Friday, July 27, 2018

    Rating: 5/5

    "Fantastic does the job really well"

    Reviewed Wednesday, June 20, 2018

    Rating: 4/5

    "Please with the solar Pump just wish we had more sunshine|"

    Reviewed Tuesday, June 14, 2016

    Rating: 1/5

    "DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! This pump is a waste of money (£50!). It will only pump water if there is strong, direct sunlight shining on the solar panel. Even if you take the solar panel on holiday with you and lie it next to you on the beach for 2 weeks in the sun it will store exactly zero charge! If a whisper of cloud moves across the sky or someone even walks in front of it creating a shadow it will stop instantly! Even if the sun is out all day in clear blue skies the power lead is only 3m long so the chances are you won't be able to place the solar panel in the light as the sun moves round the garden as the lead won't stretch. In fairness they do state that this product only works in full sun but they do not make it clear that it doesn't store any power whatsoever. I read this information under the assumption that it only stored power in full sun. Even the cheapest of solar products these days store power from the sun or even from cloudy days. This shouldn't be sold in this country as it is next to useless. The way it doesn't work at all in cloudy weather (i.e. 99% of the time in England) is just not funny. The way it turns on and off on a sunny day would be funny if it hadn't cost £50. I feel completely ripped off!"

    Reviewed Sunday, April 17, 2016

    Rating: 4/5

    "It's pretty good in direct sunlight and produces a decent jet of water. In cloudy bright, it still works modestly."

    Reviewed Monday, September 14, 2015

    Rating: 5/5

    "Works well"

    Reviewed Friday, August 28, 2015

    Rating: 5/5

    "Works brilliantly would highly recommend"

    Reviewed Sunday, July 19, 2015

    Rating: 5/5

    "This fountain does not have battery backup but, it works with very little sunshine. The height of the fountain varies with the strengh of the sun. We are very pleased with it. The reason for going for this fountain was because it had more power, my husband took it out of the packeting and it started working straightaway."

    Reviewed Saturday, July 11, 2015

    Rating: 5/5

    "works perfect, needs bright light so it works kind of on cloudy days. So now I would like to see about hooking it up to a battery so it will run at night "

    Reviewed Wednesday, July 8, 2015

    Rating: 5/5


    Reviewed Friday, June 12, 2015

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