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Lay-Z-Spa Vegas Series Portable Inflatable Hot Tub £137.29 @ Amazon/Garden Essentials

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Wow, great price. Got ours from Homebase for under £300 earlier in the summer. Kids were in it almost daily at one point. Most of their friends and cousins who have come round have loved it to.

I'd recommend getting the following to help maintain the spa water:

Clearwater Starter Kit

Filter Cartridges 6x Twin Pack (12x in total)

Spa Test Strips

Clearwater Chlorine Tablets

The spa does come with a spare filter, but you should clean this daily and change every 1-2 weeks and the spa starter kit comes with chlorine, pH minus, pH plus, foam reducer and test strips, but I found it a lot easier using the supplied floater with the chlorine tablets.

I've found the pump faults / overheats, but this is only when I don't regularly clean the filter. Usually I do this after the kids get out of the pool, with a hose, to remove hair, debris etc., then again the next day. Then usually once a day until the filter comes out clean, then once every 2-3 days. Also keep the water levels up, this can affect the pump.

The starter kit was useful, but I found it difficult keeping the water clean as it was never clear how much chlorine to use. Now we use the tablets in the floater, it will clear the water a few hours after use and each tablet lasts about 3 days. The foam reducer is very useful, as most people in the hot tub have some sort of soap / shampoo residue about their person, which causes foam when the bubbles are on. Only a small drop of the foam reducer will clear that in a matter of seconds.

Depending on use, the water will be good for 1-3 months. I have three kids and they have lots of friends in the spa, so we change the water every month. It takes about 1-2 hours to drain and clean and another 1-2 to fill again, then allow 1.5 degrees per hour to heat up again, so from 20 deg C to 35 deg C is about 10 hours, or overnight.

So my tips are (1) regularly clean the filter and (2) use the chlorine tablets with the floater (3) change the water depending on use.

One of the best £300 I have spent based on the amount of use its got and at £137.29 it's an absolute steal!

Edited By: Nemeus on Aug 22, 2015 08:45
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When I see hot tub deals, Im always reminded of that Russell Howard standup routine when he talks about sitting in one with his mother, father and siblings all in close proximity when his Mum suddenly says something like..

"Do you know what Ive just realised?..everyone sitting in this tub has sucked on my tits at some point."
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don't know why but just ordered 1 lol don't have a garden thou and live on second floor
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TBC15
Fantastic price bought one as a spare.

I've bought three as spares. You can't have too many spare hot tubs. I also bought a new car this morning as a spare.
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Edited By: deeky on Aug 22, 2015 10:09

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#1
Cheers!! Just ordered one .... Fingers x'sd
3 Likes #2
3ft × 1.5ft x 2 ft ( approx) and can fit 4 -6 people. I hope you like each other alot. Lol
#3
Fantastic price bought one as a spare.
#4
Bargain! Ordered!
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Edited By: Speculator on Aug 22, 2015 06:17: .
3 Likes #6
Darzen
3ft × 1.5ft x 2 ft ( approx) and can fit 4 -6 people. I hope you like each other alot. Lol

That's the boxed size lol Ya daftie :D

Every chance they won't honour this but fingers crossed, have ordered one. Mega hot if they do!
3 Likes #7
Close your eyes while the motor is running and you could imagine your are relaxing next to a runway/F1 race track!
1 Like #8
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Close your eyes while the motor is running and you could imagine your are relaxing next to a runway/F1 race track!


slight exaggeration
#9
Wahooooo! Let's hope its in stock soon so we can enjoy this 'great' British summer!!!
1 Like #10
Back to £395 gutted!
#11
go down the bottom of the page and you will see it
#12
Hot ( tub) , ordered, fingers crossed.
1 Like #13
Thanks, £127.29 after £10 voucher from giftcard promo.
3 Likes #14
Would be interested in buying one but the only problem is the wife who doesn't think swinging is a good idea :p
15 Likes #15
don't know why but just ordered 1 lol don't have a garden thou and live on second floor
#16
Thank you!
#17
Do Amazon often reject or not price honour? Ordered but unsure if get it brilliant if do
#18
Great price if honoured
#19
I would love to be in this on a hot day with Sophie rayworth Susanna Reid and Carol vorderman
#20
Thank you - worth a try at that price
#21
lee-block105
Back to £395 gutted!
Have a look in the other buying options to the right - it's currently out of stock, but this price with Amazon to order
#22
Worth a go at this price
Thanks to poster
#23
nice one :D ordered
1 Like #24
Ordered. Really shouldnt but why not.
#25
ordered why not great myself :)
#26
Ive got the Monaco which fits 8 people and its great.
i dont know why ive just ordered this but i have.



Edited By: mymymy on Aug 24, 2015 07:55: typo
#27
The pump on its own as a spare normally sells for more than this.

Hot tubs at home aint my thing, couldnt be bothered to keep it clean etc. but if this is horoured its a bargain. Heat.

Edited By: Goopster on Aug 22, 2015 07:31: .
1 Like #28
The heater uses 2kw for heating and the pump itself is just under 1kw that is 3kw, with average electric prices around 15p per kw and this taking around 24 hours to heat up you are looking at £10 to get it upto temp and then probably £5 per day keeping it upto temp, the colder the outdoor temp the more running costs will increase. if you keep this up and running for one month at a time you are talking at least £100 per month in electricity costs.
#29
POWYSWALES
The heater uses 2kw for heating and the pump itself is just under 1kw that is 3kw, with average electric prices around 15p per kw and this taking around 24 hours to heat up you are looking at £10 to get it upto temp and then probably £5 per day keeping it upto temp, the colder the outdoor temp the more running costs will increase. if you keep this up and running for one month at a time you are talking at least £100 per month in electricity costs.

Not if you fill it with hot water from your gas combi system
#30
Bought 2. Hopefully the price is honoured and they deliver them.
#31
ooooh, ordered
1 Like #32
Bought one of these from Homebase last summer for £195, changed my mind and sold it for £360 on ebay (turned out I could have got more but hey-ho).

If I had storage I'd be all over this.
#33
don't need it at all but ordered anyway :p
#34
POWYSWALES
The heater uses 2kw for heating and the pump itself is just under 1kw that is 3kw, with average electric prices around 15p per kw and this taking around 24 hours to heat up you are looking at £10 to get it upto temp and then probably £5 per day keeping it upto temp, the colder the outdoor temp the more running costs will increase. if you keep this up and running for one month at a time you are talking at least £100 per month in electricity costs.


I have one, once hot it retains the heat as it has a lid so unless you're in it all day everyday then it's cheap to run. Ours is on hearing the water all the time and I've not noticed a change in our bills in the last two years!
#35
bumder
#36
POWYSWALES
The heater uses 2kw for heating and the pump itself is just under 1kw that is 3kw, with average electric prices around 15p per kw and this taking around 24 hours to heat up you are looking at £10 to get it upto temp and then probably £5 per day keeping it upto temp, the colder the outdoor temp the more running costs will increase. if you keep this up and running for one month at a time you are talking at least £100 per month in electricity costs.


So?
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When I see hot tub deals, Im always reminded of that Russell Howard standup routine when he talks about sitting in one with his mother, father and siblings all in close proximity when his Mum suddenly says something like..

"Do you know what Ive just realised?..everyone sitting in this tub has sucked on my tits at some point."
#38
chrisjdhuckle
don't know why but just ordered 1 lol don't have a garden thou and live on second floor
1 Like #39
POWYSWALES
The heater uses 2kw for heating and the pump itself is just under 1kw that is 3kw, with average electric prices around 15p per kw and this taking around 24 hours to heat up you are looking at £10 to get it upto temp and then probably £5 per day keeping it upto temp, the colder the outdoor temp the more running costs will increase. if you keep this up and running for one month at a time you are talking at least £100 per month in electricity costs.

You are correct. We've had 2 of these over the past few years, and due to ongoing problems with our Npower account have become very attuned to what we spend each month in electric. The cost of running these things is ghastly. Easily £100 a month, and unfortunately they are nicer to run in the colder months (lovely to sit outside in the dark chilly nights submersed in hot bubbly water) which costs more to keep hot.
However, if you buy one at this price, it's a steal.
We used to put ours up 3 times a year for a few weeks at a time in the colder weather. We knew the cost would be at least £50/£60 in electric for each of those two week stints.
Don't forget to buy your chemicals though. Otherwise the water will start to smell eggy after a few days. Also need some anti-foam stuff or you'll end up sitting in a bath a foam!

Edited By: Thehulkster699 on Aug 22, 2015 07:30
#40
Thanks - Just ordered hope they honor the price

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