Blagdon Affinity Pond Pillar Review

The girls are always clamouring after getting a pet. However I feel I have more than enough to cope with looking after them at the moment! Fish seem like a good option, however we have a really tiny garden. The Affinity Pond from Swell UK is a really good alternative to a large pond.

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As well as being good for small spaces the pond is actually a good idea for if you want a lovely water feature on a budget as it only costs £129 .99 (RRP £499) and the running costs look like they will be low. All you need is a small amount of space outside and an outside plug. The pond is made up of rattan panels with a hole in the middle so you can see your fish. It looks really stylish and would  suit any garden.

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The pond comes with a waterfall, pump and filter. As long as you have an outside electricity socket this is easy to fit and to run. The waterfall is a lovely water feature. It is great to sit and watch and the sound is really calming. The filter keeps the water clean.  Once ready is provides a habitat for plants and fish. There is even an LED which means you can view at night.

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As you can see the girls were mesmerised by filling the pond with water.

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The pond is really great, however, it is hard to put together. Here Come the Girls Dad is a flat pack king and usually finds putting flat packs together enjoyable – not this time! We were all very pleased with the finished product.

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Pond dimensions:

76cm (height) x 51cm (length) x 51cm (width). 279 litres / 73.7 gallons

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Of course once the pond was ready the next part was to get some little fish to live in their new home.

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The girls chose three fish which they have called Sully, Sully and Sally. They have settled in well to their new home and seem very happy.

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 Disclaimer: We were sent the Affinity Pond for the purposes of this review.