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Lay-Z-Spa Palm Springs inflatable hot tub down to £299.34 at Amazon (unfortunately not a time machine!)

£299.34 @ Amazon
Have been watching this for a few months now (ever since my sister bought the Monaco model.) Can also be bought from Tesco Direct for £296.34 if you want the clubcard points (but add £7.95 for delive…
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Have been watching this for a few months now (ever since my sister bought the Monaco model.)
Can also be bought from Tesco Direct for £296.34 if you want the clubcard points (but add £7.95 for delivery.)

- Easy setup inflatable portable spa
- Enjoy 40C (104F) water temperature
- Lay-Z massage system with 120 air-jets
- 3-layer reinforced body with no-fuss clip lid heat-lock cover
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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#1
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
#2
how long does it take to get to 40c?
#3
nice fine, thanks OP!! now I just gotta convince my misses that this is my Xmas prezzie!!!
1 Like #4
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
#5
it was 80 in the week and these any good ?
#6
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)


​Sounds good.. Are there any fees involved? Do you have to have any sort of special insurances or anything? Sounds like a bit of a money spinner that..
1 Like #7
VanDutch
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
​Sounds good.. Are there any fees involved? Do you have to have any sort of special insurances or anything? Sounds like a bit of a money spinner that..
Public Liability to £2million and there is a debate if we should be members of The BIHA or not as each Hot Tub would have to be tested once a year costing about £70 but I have circumvented this by buying new every year as the first year they do not need to be tested.

The only other thing you need to do is the PAT testing after the first three months and I got around COSHH regulations by supplying the chemicals to the customer and getting them to sign a disclaimer saying that they are fully responsible for adding the chemicals by following the instructions supplied with them. I do of course guide them on dosage etc but they have to decide for themselves if the water is properly dossed.
#8
Mulva42
how long does it take to get to 40c?
12-18 hours depending on the time of year.
#9
Nice.
#10
ferret147
VanDutch
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
​Sounds good.. Are there any fees involved? Do you have to have any sort of special insurances or anything? Sounds like a bit of a money spinner that..
Public Liability to £2million and there is a debate if we should be members of The BIHA or not as each Hot Tub would have to be tested once a year costing about £70 but I have circumvented this by buying new every year as the first year they do not need to be tested.
The only other thing you need to do is the PAT testing after the first three months and I got around COSHH regulations by supplying the chemicals to the customer and getting them to sign a disclaimer saying that they are fully responsible for adding the chemicals by following the instructions supplied with them. I do of course guide them on dosage etc but they have to decide for themselves if the water is properly dossed.
I presume you sell them after a year? Not wanting to buy, just curious
1 Like #11
Chavtastic
#12
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
If the temperature drops below a certain level will the system get damaged?
#13
dataload
ferret147
VanDutch
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
​Sounds good.. Are there any fees involved? Do you have to have any sort of special insurances or anything? Sounds like a bit of a money spinner that..
Public Liability to £2million and there is a debate if we should be members of The BIHA or not as each Hot Tub would have to be tested once a year costing about £70 but I have circumvented this by buying new every year as the first year they do not need to be tested.
The only other thing you need to do is the PAT testing after the first three months and I got around COSHH regulations by supplying the chemicals to the customer and getting them to sign a disclaimer saying that they are fully responsible for adding the chemicals by following the instructions supplied with them. I do of course guide them on dosage etc but they have to decide for themselves if the water is properly dossed.
I presume you sell them after a year? Not wanting to buy, just curious
Yes I offer them to customers who have expressed a interest in one. Selling 4 at the end of January and all customers already confirmed. I get a few bucks towards the new ones and the customer gets a Hot Tub guaranteed by us for a year for just the price of a weekend hire period.
2 Likes #14
ultrakev
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
If the temperature drops below a certain level will the system get damaged?

No but you want to keep the temperature above 20 to keep the chemicals working, I always tell people to turn the pump down to 30 over night then hit it up to 40 an hour before using it, this also saves electricity as the heater cuts out.
#15
ferret147
ultrakev
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
If the temperature drops below a certain level will the system get damaged?

No but you want to keep the temperature above 20 to keep the chemicals working, I always tell people to turn the pump down to 30 over night then hit it up to 40 an hour before using it, this also saves electricity as the heater cuts out.


So do you have the exact model? If not which one you actually use/recommend?
3 Likes #16
Cameron92
Chavtastic

From the guy who has posted one deal in over six years!
1 Like #17
ferret147
dataload
ferret147
VanDutch
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
​Sounds good.. Are there any fees involved? Do you have to have any sort of special insurances or anything? Sounds like a bit of a money spinner that..
Public Liability to £2million and there is a debate if we should be members of The BIHA or not as each Hot Tub would have to be tested once a year costing about £70 but I have circumvented this by buying new every year as the first year they do not need to be tested.
The only other thing you need to do is the PAT testing after the first three months and I got around COSHH regulations by supplying the chemicals to the customer and getting them to sign a disclaimer saying that they are fully responsible for adding the chemicals by following the instructions supplied with them. I do of course guide them on dosage etc but they have to decide for themselves if the water is properly dossed.
I presume you sell them after a year? Not wanting to buy, just curious
Yes I offer them to customers who have expressed a interest in one. Selling 4 at the end of January and all customers already confirmed. I get a few bucks towards the new ones and the customer gets a Hot Tub guaranteed by us for a year for just the price of a weekend hire period.


Hope they don't see this then :-) if you rented it out for 130 then want another 130 to buy. Not much less then a brand new one that's not been to a swingers party. Haha
#18
luvsadeal
ferret147
dataload
ferret147
VanDutch
ferret147
srw985
People try to rent these out for like £80 a weekend during the summer, on the local Facebook buy/sell pages.
Is that all, I rent them out for £130 and I am fully booked over Christmas & New Year (Got 5 of them across the range)
​Sounds good.. Are there any fees involved? Do you have to have any sort of special insurances or anything? Sounds like a bit of a money spinner that..
Public Liability to £2million and there is a debate if we should be members of The BIHA or not as each Hot Tub would have to be tested once a year costing about £70 but I have circumvented this by buying new every year as the first year they do not need to be tested.
The only other thing you need to do is the PAT testing after the first three months and I got around COSHH regulations by supplying the chemicals to the customer and getting them to sign a disclaimer saying that they are fully responsible for adding the chemicals by following the instructions supplied with them. I do of course guide them on dosage etc but they have to decide for themselves if the water is properly dossed.
I presume you sell them after a year? Not wanting to buy, just curious
Yes I offer them to customers who have expressed a interest in one. Selling 4 at the end of January and all customers already confirmed. I get a few bucks towards the new ones and the customer gets a Hot Tub guaranteed by us for a year for just the price of a weekend hire period.


Hope they don't see this then :-) if you rented it out for 130 then want another 130 to buy. Not much less then a brand new one that's not been to a swingers party. Haha


Lol mostly kids parties actually but once the parents see the kids using them they then want one so buying second hand from me is much cheaper than forking out for a new one.
#19
I've always wanted one of these. In layman's terms how is this better than the Miami etc? Fankoo.
#20
SnazzyJazz
I've always wanted one of these. In layman's terms how is this better than the Miami etc? Fankoo.

http://www.lay-z-spa.co.uk/article/91/comparison-table-differences-between-lay-z-spa-models
1 Like #21
I rented one of these for 4 days recently and it cost a feckin fortune keeping it heated to 39deg the whole time. I'd never buy one or even rent one again. Used it a few times; it's quite fun but not worth it.
3 Likes #22
Sex pond.
#23
be fair.... it's a warm sex pond.
1 Like #24
SilverBandit
SnazzyJazz
I've always wanted one of these. In layman's terms how is this better than the Miami etc? Fankoo.
http://www.lay-z-spa.co.uk/article/91/comparison-table-differences-between-lay-z-spa-models
Ta ... Ordered :)
#25
jsw72
I rented one of these for 4 days recently and it cost a feckin fortune keeping it heated to 39deg the whole time. I'd never buy one or even rent one again. Used it a few times; it's quite fun but not worth it.


​how much do you think it cost?
#26
I reckon about £30 for 4 days for the lecky. £75 to hire and we're on a water meter too. Sex pond, yes. An expensive and rarely used sex pond.

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