O2 Lay-Z Bubble Spa / Jacuzzi - Was £249.97 Now Only £144.99 @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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This O-Blue Lazy spa pool is ideal for relaxing in after a hard day. The pool will fit up to 4 adults and offers a soft padded floor and 128 micro-air jets for gentle massage. This spa pool has a 1000L water capacity.

Features:
Age Group Adult
Features of Product Capacity: 4Adults Water capacity: 220gallon 1000L Floor: soft padded Numbe of micro-air jets: 128 Electricity: 220-240v, 50Hz Air Blower: 800w
Important Information LVD,EMC,EMF, ROHS,DIN ISO 6185
Product Height 70 cm
Product Weight 28kg
Product Width 188 cm
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Not sure why cold, was last posted a few months ago £100+ more @ £249.97 - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/207168/4-seater-home-bubble-spa-jacuzzi-no/. Never seen a 4 person spa this cheap.
#2
We got this last year at MFI its great!
#3
Thanks, just bought one! :)
#4
Bargain! Ordered mine including sim delivery. I now have two other problems...................Telling the wife and getting rid of the 'Real Hot Tub' at the side of my house (it's in need of attention)! May put on HUKD when I work out what to do.

Many thanks.
#5
Do you need to buy the heater and filter as well ?
#6
Excellent price - had my lay-z-spa for about 100 quid more but i love it, its grate at night http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3249/2870105622_442ac84420.jpg?v=0
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3292/2744089449_3befba7c0a.jpg?v=0

smithy - heater is included - you need to buy filters and also chemicals
dont worry you dont need an A level in Chemistry though :)
#7
Should be included, as it says it uses 800w I'd assume that was heating and air jets...
#8
Why's this cold? Fab price I think. Voted hot!
#9
These take AGES to heat up....that's why it's COLD :whistling:
#10
I assume the filters and chemicals are easy to source.
Good deal, heat and rep added - thanks
#11
smithy
I assume the filters and chemicals are easy to source.
Good deal, heat and rep added - thanks


http://oblue.co.uk/cart.php?m=product_list&c=202
#12
Would this chemicals set be suitable?

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-3479.aspx

and is this the same thing....?

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-8558.aspx
#13
ollie2001
Should be included, as it says it uses 800w I'd assume that was heating and air jets...


I think it takes hours and hours to heat up though, massive use of electricity.
#14
withabix
Would this chemicals set be suitable?

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-3479.aspx

and is this the same thing....?

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-8558.aspx


I'd also like to know if these packs do the same job as something like:
http://oblue.co.uk/cart.php?m=product_detail&p=1697

To the electric comments, yes I'm sure they do use a lot of electric. Anything that needs heating up, oven, hob, kettle, hairdryer etc all use insane amounts of electric, but once it's heated up and you keep the cover on it should only need quick bursts every day to get it back up to temp...

Get on British Gas Click 5 for cheap leccy :) just over 7p per kilowatt hour...
#15
Use a timer and keep it the temperature topped up at night if you've got Economy 7.


....hang on, that probably won't work as you would probably need to switch it on at the controller!
#16
smithy
I assume the filters and chemicals are easy to source.
Good deal, heat and rep added - thanks


readily available - ebay etc
i buy mine from drinkstuff.com and you get quidco!:thumbsup:
#17
moob
I think it takes hours and hours to heat up though, massive use of electricity.


I fill mine initially from the hot tap - combi gas boiler - cheaper than putting cold in and heating for 10 hours.
#18
ijhawkins
I fill mine initially from the hot tap - combi gas boiler - cheaper than putting cold in and heating for 10 hours.


Quite a good idea.:thumbsup:
#19
the assembly instructions are free to download... interestingly narrated by Stephen Hawking soundalike :whistling:
http://oblue.co.uk/cart.php?m=product_detail&p=1711
#20
just bought one... anything else I need to buy straight away?
#21
think
just bought one... anything else I need to buy straight away?


Swim wear.... but that's optional I guess. :whistling:
#22
Just bought one - many thanks. Any idea where one can buy those wooden surrounds to go with it (as per ijhawkins photos above)?
#23
Hal
Just bought one - many thanks. Any idea where one can buy those wooden surrounds to go with it (as per ijhawkins photos above)?


ah, the surround around mine is actually benches from :oops:focus
#24
ijhawkins
ah, the surround around mine is actually benches from :oops:focus


My compliments - they really set it off well. :thumbsup:
#25
I want one and hubby jus said no. I will have to try my usual tactics of going on and on about it for hours. :whistling:
#26
Beware of the running costs. We have had one of these for a couple of years. With care you can run it for about £40-50 month plus chemicals and filters. Ours recently went wrong and have put it away for time being. Have just got £100+ back from Npower. However great fun for this money. We paid nearly £500!!!
#27
debbuck;3007408
I want one and hubby jus said no. I will have to try my usual tactics of going on and on about it for hours. :whistling:

Tell him he'll get sexual favours if he agrees to buy it.

Works everytime (or atleast it does when the wife says that to me, which aint often enough).
#28
got one too unplugged it as my electric bill 150 a month with this plugged in
#29
Hal
My compliments - they really set it off well. :thumbsup:


Thx , yeah they do look good!
#30
Buy some chlorine tabs you only need a little but it is very important.
#31
robbrookes5
got one too unplugged it as my electric bill 150 a month with this plugged in


You're not supposed to leave them plugged in all the time!!
#32
Sooo tempted!

It's only the electricity costs that's putting me off at the moment.
#33
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-3479.aspx

Half price starter pack also..I bought 2 :-) and some pool ladders for £9.99..not sure If I'll need those tho as its only 2.5ft high
#34
All gone now!
#35
get the real thing these are just suitable for weekend partys then put away , mine costs £12-15 month .
#36
bobhope
get the real thing.


£150 or £3000+....now let me think....:whistling:

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